Activities

APS MITCHELL GROUP MEETS AT THE JOHN TAYLOR ROOM, KILMORE LIBRARY, SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE-  3RD MONDAY OF THE MONTH AT 7.30 PM

(Occasionally excursions may replace monthly meetings so it is advisable to check our latest newsletter or contact a committee member for up to date diary dates.)

THERE IS A $2.00 ENTRY WHICH GIVES YOU A CHANCE TO WIN THE RAFFLE PRIZE OF A NATIVE PLANT.  TEA, COFFEE & BISCUITS AVAILABLE.

Next Meeting:  Please note: There is no evening meeting this coming month.  Instead we have an afternoon garden visit to Wattle Gum Forest Farm…

Sunday July 21st commencing 2:00 pm

Garden Visit:  Wattle Gum Forest Farm – 2320 Seymour Pyalong Rd, Pyalong, Vic

Bring:  Afternoon tea to share.  RSVP to mitchell@apsvic.org.au

Wattle Gum Forest Farm is a 33 acre rural property situated a little outside the town boundary of Pyalong, and is nestled in a quiet valley that feeds onto Mollisons Creek.

The farm has a focus on conservation, is a constant work in progress, having recently been accepted to the DELWP Land For Wildlife program, and is also one of the inaugural members of the Gardens for Wildlife program facilitated by APS Mitchell.

It’s large mostly native garden extends out from the homestead, and much of the garden is under 10 years old.  Works are currently underway to extend the gardens and also renovate some of the older garden beds.  Aside from the garden, the home paddock is in turn surrounded by approximately 20 acres of revegetation forest that has been in progress since 1997.

Visitors will be welcome to explore both the garden and walk in the revegetation forest.  As it is a rural property it is advisable to wear sturdy, enclosed footwear on the day.   Please bring afternoon tea to share.  Coffee & tea etc. provided.  RSVP to mitchell@apsvic.org.au

For enquiries & further information email: mitchell@apsvic.org.au

Visitors and friends are always welcome at APS Mitchell events! 


Other activities include:

  • Group Outings
  • Garden Visits
  • Annual Spring Plant Expo

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