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Saturday 10 September to Friday 16 September 2022 at Kiama Pavilion

Conference sessions - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday. Field trips - Wednesday and Friday

Pre- and post-conference tours - South Coast, Blue Mountains, Lord Howe Island, Warrumbungles and Pilliga and Sydney

Keynote speakers below - clockwise from top left - Costa Georgiadis, Clarence Slockee, Professor David Keith, Professor David Lindenmayer.

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APS NSW Gathering, AGM & talk Saturday 21 May - Grevilleas for small gardens

Morning, from 10 am - visit Boongala Native Gardens and Rainforest, Kenthurst, $3 entry

Afternoon, 1-4 pm - Gumnut Community Centre, Cherrybrook. Please note that parking here is limited so please park in Gumnut Road.

APS NSW Annual General meeting and Peter Olde, OAM: Grevilleas for small gardens

Peter is a world authority on grevilleas,  a life member of APS NSW and co-author of a number of books on grevilleas. Talk: $5 for members, $10 for guests. Card payment preferred.

All welcome. Click here for more info.

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APS NSW COVID-19 Update, 16 March 2022

The health of our members and the community are paramount. As Covid-19 restrictions continue to change, we abide by NSW Health guidelines and restrictions in all meetings and activities.We will abide by NSW Government Health Department regulations in place for all events and meetings. We strongly recommend that people be up-to-date with vaccinations for their protection and the protection of others.

Please contact us if any questions on Stay safe. 

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, past present and future. We aspire to learn from their knowledge and experience to conserve Australian native plants and their ecosystems now and into the future.

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