Australian Plants Society (Victoria)

Promoting the Appreciation and Preservation of Australian Plants

APS South Gippsland

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South Gippsland Meeting Venue
South Gippsland Meeting Venue

Meets most months at 1pm.

Venue: Bunurong Environment Centre, corner Ramsey Blvd and Esplanade Inverloch Google map link

Venue for March & April 2023 meetings: Koonwarra Memorial Hall,  4 Koonwarra-Inverloch Rd, Koonwarra VIC 3954 Google map link

Upcoming events for South Gippsland

Membership page – to join or renew

President: Jim Lyons   5674 2864

Secretary: Geoff Trease   0493 521 078

170 Kardella Fairbank Road Kardella 3951

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Edition Contents
Jan 23New method of RSVP to APS South Gippsland events using Trybooking link; Meeting topics planned and dates confirmed:   February – Twilight picnic, Korumburra Botanic Park, March – Illawarra Grevillea Park Botanic Garden & Native born poet-Grace  Carmichael; Notice of APS South Gippsland AGM – Election of committee positions nomination  form attached; April – Prostanthera – the mint family; Gold Coin entry for future in hall meetings of APS South Gippsland
Nov 22Information from November meeting at the Wonthaggi Seedbank; Meeting information December 2022; 2023 February Twilight Picnic meeting & March meeting; Request to our members for meeting suggestions for 2023; The new- new APS South Gippsland email address!; A few words from our Treasurer; Some links for interesting extra reading
Oct 22Information from October meeting Bunurong Environment Centre, Inverloch by Prof Dick Wettenhall; Meeting information November & December 2022, February 2023 Twilight Picnic; Request from our members for meeting suggestions for 2023; Open Gardens Victoria Australian native gardens open late October in Inverloch; APS South Gippsland members travels, further afield; New APS South Gippsland Gmail email address
Apr 21February and March Twilight Picnics; AGM report; Diane & Ross’s caravan adventures in WA
Feb 21President’s report; Book Review “Australian Magpie: Biology and Behaviour of an Unusual Songbird” by Gisela Kaplan; How Non-Native Plants are contributing to global insect decline; Black Spur Creek Wetland Project; thank-you to Coral Hughes and Geoff Trease
Dec 20Vale Barry Teesdale; Black Spur Creek Wetland Project Updates; West Gippsland Regional Catchment Strategy Renewal; West & South Gippsland Conservation
Oct 20Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne Art of Botanical Illustration; Save the Holden Bushlands; Black Spur Creek Wetlands Project
Aug 20Diary updates