Find out more about the Friends of these wonderful Gardens
Friends are passionate supporters and advocates for the Gardens, providing leadership and inspiring the community. Friends partner with the City of the Gold Coast to foster awareness and community ownership as well as promote the Gardens objectives - environmental, scientific, horticultural, educational and recreational.
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Sunday 28 May from 10am – 2pm.
230 Ashmore Road Benowa 4217
Friends of the Gold […]
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Grow that Plant – 5 April, 9am to 1030am
Botanica Nature Play […]
Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand Open Day at the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens – Sunday 28th May 2017 10am – 2pm
Three nature-based children’s activities for the Christmas School holidays.
Botanica Christmas Arts and Craft … […]
Friends have produced a calendar for 2017 themed “Threatened and Endangered Plants of Queensland”. […]
More than 50 guests gathered for the official opening of the Rotary Education Pavilion […]
Adults Arts Classes conducted by Megan Skehan will begin on Monday 14 March. All […]
Do you want to learn more about these wonderful plant collections?
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During September and October, Flowers on Fridays will be available at the Friends Centre. […]
On 4 October 2014, a wonderful segment about the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens […]
Friends Free Guided Walks are up and running on first Sunday and third Wednesday […]
What Visitors Say
The walk around the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens is the most wonderful experience. Beautiful new trees, excellent walkways and the plants are so interesting. This is becoming the best Botanic Gardens in AustraliaCharmaine & Greg, Queensland
Very interesting to see a Botanic Garden so new and looking so beautiful. Great setting!Margaret, Tasmania
A fantastic credit to the organisers, workers and volunteersJune, Broadbeach
Congratulations, what a difference your concern has made to both the residents and visitors to the Gold CoastJenny, Cambridge, UK
Wonderful smells, sights and sounds – thank youRobin, Ashmore