The Murdoch Branch is a lively and dynamic group which holds monthly meetings with a range of interesting guest speakers. Meetings are open to anyone interested in WA flora. Our Committee enjoys making it a great experience for all – read about the team here.
The Branch hosts a number of spring walks at Wireless Hill, Kwinana and Samson Park, as well as other excursions. The group is also involved in revegetation activities through various ‘Friend of’ groups and along the Wildlife Corridor in Cockburn.
The Branch also offers a number of prizes to students. Each year Murdoch Branch awards a top student studying Plant Diversity at Murdoch University and a top student in the Conservation and Land Management course at South Metropolitan TAFE. We also have an Award for the top biology student at Applecross Senior High School.
Come and say Hi at our monthly gatherings held on the 1st Thursday of each month except January at the Wetlands Education Centre Cockburn, Hope Road, Bibra Lake.
Guest Speaker: Professor Byron Lamont – Banksia woodland and iconic species of the Swan Coastal Plain
Please join us to hear Byron Lamont, who is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Curtin University,...6 October @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Branch Meetings – 7:30pm 1st Thursday of the month. Book sales, door prizes, supper and good company all for only $3 entry – EFTPOS now available. Non-members welcome.