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Friday, April 10, 2020
Topics Botanic gardens

Topic: botanic gardens

Botanic Gardens' Giant Red in bloom

Standing at least five metres tall and featuring bright red flowers, the Giant Red has been aptly named and is a sight to behold at the Botanic Gardens.

Woodworkers Guild has strong connection to gardens

Replant, regrow, reuse- that's the motto of the Bundaberg Woodworkers Guild and the history of their work replenishing trees at the Botanic Gardens.

Travel the world at Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

Exploring the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens offers more than a great day out with a worldly travel adventure awaiting plant lovers.

Botanic Gardens steam train rides back on track

Steam trains will be chugging along the Botanic Gardens track again on Sunday after a break of more than two months due to fire bans.

Bird breeding season at Botanic Gardens

The new year brings an abundance of new birdlife at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens and despite the drought, this year is no exception.

Neil donates native plants to Friendship Grove

In 1998 the first Botanic Gardens tree was dedicated to a visiting Friendship Force group, sparking a tradition that has seen the area earmarked as the Friendship Grove.

Sugar Cane Railway work steams ahead

Volunteers are replacing timber sleepers with concrete to improve the popular Sugar Cane Railway in the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens.

Tiny turtles in garden bed surprise Council staff

A clutch of 18 freshwater turtle hatchlings surprised Bundaberg Regional Council staff when they began emerging from a garden bed this week.

Plenty to explore in Botanic Gardens rainforest

A local ecologist has revealed some of the hidden attractions in the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens rainforest, saying it’s a great place to see unique flora and fauna.

Botanic Gardens rare fruit trees blooming

Rare fruit trees in the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens are blooming and residents are being encouraged to visit the area and taste their flavours before spring ends.

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