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Habitat Gardening at Home

Royal Botanical Gardens Cranbourne - Spring Program

Did you know that Cranbourne Gardens is home to a precious population of the nationally endangered southern brown bandicoot?

If you live in the area, the chances are they might be in your backyard too.

Join us for a walk around the Australian Garden to learn how you can create gardens that help our native wildlife, even in the smallest of spaces.

Conservation Officer Dave Jupp will show you how acknowledging the interactions between plants and animals can help you support both in your patch. Find out about the clever ways of providing food, water, and shelter in your garden to support the furry friends in your area. The walk will conclude with a Q&A.

Saturday 23 September, 11.30am (1hr)

$10 per person

Meet at the Big Bandicoot, on Ian Potter Lakeside Precinct Lawn

11.30am - 12.30pm
Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne
Education and workshops

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