MBG3

Melton Botanic Garden

10

Years

104

Photos

2010

28 November 2010

2013

6 June 2013
7 June 2013
3 August 2013
3 August 2013
31 August 2013
2 September 2013
2 September 2013
2 September 2013
11 September 2013
11 September 2013
12 September 2013
15 September 2013
16 September 2013
17 September 2013
17 September 2013
18 September 2013
18 September 2013
23 September 2013
23 September 2013
24 September 2013
29 September 2013
10 December 2013
11 December 2013

2014

2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
2 January 2014
16 February 2014
25 February 2014
26 February 2014
26 February 2014
26 February 2014
6 May 2014
23 May 2014
9 June 2014
15 June 2014
16 June 2014
22 June 2014
22 June 2014
14 July 2014
10 September 2014
2 October 2014
9 October 2014
9 October 2014
29 November 2014
1 December 2014
2 December 2014
16 December 2014
19 December 2014

2015

8 January 2015
4 March 2015
26 March 2015
26 April 2015
7 May 2015
16 June 2015
7 July 2015
24 September 2015
26 September 2015
5 October 2015
20 November 2015

2016

15 January 2016
9 February 2016
24 April 2016
5 July 2016
30 September 2016
30 September 2016
30 September 2016
30 September 2016

2017

17 January 2017
23 April 2017
7 June 2017
7 June 2017
28 September 2017
1 October 2017
26 October 2017

2018

30 January 2018
1 April 2018
7 May 2018
20 May 2018
2 July 2018
11 August 2018
21 November 2018
26 December 2018
30 December 2018

2019

6 May 2019
25 May 2019
9 December 2019
11 December 2019

2020

15 May 2020
23 August 2020
23 August 2020
26 August 2020
12 November 2020

MBG3

The Koori Student Garden is a garden designed and planted by primary and secondary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from government schools in the City of Melton. The plants are all indigenous to the region. The garden was planted in September 2013. The Aboriginal elements in the garden include a snake path, three meeting circles, a yellow semi-circular path and a circular dry creek bed. The recreational BBQs and lake are also major features of this area of the garden. The Fluker Post is adjacent to the public amenities which feature an Aboriginal mural and language map on the external walls. The Victorian Volcanic Plains Garden is on the north side of the concrete path.

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