Sylvan Grove Native Garden, 24 September

Guided Visit to Sylvan Grove Native Garden (max 12)

Tuesday 24 September from 9:45

Sylvan Grove Native Garden at Picnic Point is maintained by Canterbury–Bankstown Council to showcase Australian native plants to the community. It has over 1,500 species of native plants which have been lovingly gathered and nurtured from all over Australia. Situated in a pleasant and natural bushland setting, the Garden is a unique haven of natural bushland displayed along a winding bush track through rainforest areas and sunny spots. Along the way we can expect to see ferns orchids and other plants like prostantheras and plectranthus that flower well in shade.

 5 Sylvan Grove, Picnic Point.
Train 9.45 from Central Platform 23 Bus 923 from Revesby bus interchange to stop on corner of Henry Lawson Drive and Sylvan Grove; 1km walk to venue. Limited street parking.

Requirements: water, reasonable fitness, sturdy shoes, weather protection. Uneven terrain, not suitable for anyone with mobility Issues.
Bookings essential and only from 9am sharp on Monday 9 September. First come, first served, with priority given to participants who provide telephone number, membership number and expiry date. Email bookings only: Beatrice Scheepers 0402 969 004 (enquiries only)

Organised by Beatrice Scheepers City and Inner West Region