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The WSWA currently has eleven branches across the South West of Western Australia. Most have monthly meetings and activities. They include
Each branch page has a listing of events, or you can go direct to our
Events page to see a listing for all branches. Members of the Society are entitled to attend and participate in meetings and events of any branch.
ANPSA Conference 2019 Albany, WA
The Australian Native Plants Society (ANSPA) presents a national conference every two years, and in Sept/Oct 2019 it will be in our very own Albany, with tours to and from Perth, and to the national parks of the Southwest. We invite all Society members to help with the planning for this exciting event. There are big jobs and small jobs, and the more who are involved, the better Western Australia will be represented. Our conference logo has been designed by Margaret Pieroni, with technical assistance from Jim Barrow. Sign up for Conference Updates
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Seed Cleaning Group
June 20 @ 9:00 am
This group meets fortnightly to prepare seed for propagation. The group maintains a comprehensive seed bank.
Botanical Art Exhibition
I am organising a Botanical Art Exhibition 'Beauty from the Bush' to coincide with State Conference in June this year, […]
Pre-conference botanical art exhibition opening
June 22 @ 5:00 pm
Official opening of pre-conference exhibition "Beauty from the Bush: a Botanical Art Exhibition"
Wildflowers from the perspective of insect pollination around the Gnangara Mound
June 22 @ 8:00 pm
Sean Tomlinson” Sean is a Research Fellow at Curtin University who is studying this topic. He will discuss the inter-relationship […]
2018 State Conference and AGM
Annual 2018 State Conference and Annual General Meeting followed by a private viewing of Historic Wildflowers Exhibit and dinner to celebrate the Society's 60th Anniversary.
Star Swamp Bushland Reserve Walk
June 23 @ 8:00 am
Join David Pike for a one-hour guided walk in Star Swamp Bushland Reserve. Meet at the Henderson Environment Centre, Groat […]
The Wildflower Society uses its independent technical knowledge of WA’s wildflowers to help you better know, grow, enjoy and conserve the wildflowers of Western Australia.
We are commited to providing help to the following…