Corporate Members

The Friends have several Corporate Members which meet regularly in the GBG Meeting Room.  Entrance is at the intersection of Holt  Road and Eastern Park Circuit in Eastern Park.  Melways 452 G4.  More information about the activities of the Corporate Members of the Friends is available:

Geelong Field Naturalists Club

This is a club for people interested in the study of the plants, animals and the environment of the Geelong region.   The club has regular meetings and an extensive program of activities and outings. The club is actively involved in conservation and habitat protection.  Read more http://www.gfnc.org.au/

GFNC host the Wider Geelong Flora Lecture Series each year.  These are held in the GBG Meeting Room at 7.30 pm.

Geelong Orchid and Indoor Plant Club

This club’s objective is to promote the hobby of keeping orchids and indoor plants and to provide members and the general public with cultural information and advice through meetings, shows and the newsletter.  Read more  www.oscov.asn.au/goipc/

 

Geelong Organic Gardeners

A friendly, diverse group of people sharing a common interest in gardening organically, and working with nature, rather than against it.  This group holds regular meetings and field trips and has a newsletter.  Read more www.gog.org.au

Geelong Pelargonium Club

A  group of people who meet once a month (fourth Thursday, not December) to discuss and share the joys of growing Pelargoniums (often called Geraniums) and to improve each other's knowledge.  The club has members with interests and expertise in most areas of the Geraniaceae family and welcomes any new members wishing to increase their knowledge of these plants.  Contact floraberry@bigpond.com

The Geelong Herb Society

A group of herb enthusiasts who promote and encourage the cultivation of herbal plants, their history and their uses.  The Society has regularly scheduled activities and special events and provides volunteer support to local community gardens. Meet each month on the fourth Thursday (not December or January).  Read more geelongherbsociety.org