Exhibition Details: NOTE ONLY 2 SATURDAY OPENINGS
Friday 19 January to 9 March 2018
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Saturday 3 February 10am to 2pm
Saturday 17th February 10.30pm to 3.30pm
Come and see this significant collection of over 90 original works featuring native varieties of orchids, lilies, wildflowers and fungi, offering viewers an insight into the beauty of the natural world. This is a ‘not to be missed’ exhibition.
Some of the exhibition feedback so far
“Wow!! What a fantastic show”
“Fabulous, never knew we had so many incredible species in Maroondah”
“A wonderful eye opener to the splendours of nature captured by one who obviously has wonderful vision”
Maroondah’s Bushland Treasures Day!
Saturday 17 February
10:30am to 3:30pm
Maroondah Access Gallery
32 Greenwood Ave, Ringwood
FREE and open to all ages
As part of our current exhibition Drawn from the Collection: Maroondah’s Bushland Treasures by botanical illustrator Ruth Jackson we welcome you to join us for what will be a fascinating series of talks about Maroondah’s Bushlands. Hear from the experts about the fascinating plant life of native orchids and the ecology of our local environment while learning from local conservation groups about what measures can be taken to protect our bushland treasures.
10:30am Maroondah’s bushland management
Derek Ashton (Bushland Management Officer, Maroondah City Council)
11:30am Orchids through history: what can we learn from them?
Dr Graeme Lorimer, local environmental scientist with a specialisation in the flora, fauna and ecology of Maroondah and surrounding areas.
12:15-1:15pm – Lunch available at Maroondah Federation Estate Café
1:30pm Wildlife in Maroondah
Peter Rogers, Ringwood Field Naturalists
2:30pm Threats to Maroondah’s bushland: keeping ecosystems healthy
Peter Goegan, specialist in Maroondah’s local natural environment
For Bookings and more information please contact:
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