Northern Suburbs Branch
Northern Suburbs Branch
The Northern Suburbs Branch has meetings with guest speakers each month on the 4th Tuesday at 7.30pm at the Henderson Environment Centre, Groat St North Beach, and occasional excursions to places of interest. The largest activity of the Branch is propagating and selling local native plants at the nursery which is located at the Landsdale Farm. The nursery is open every week with special sales twice a year. A dedicated team of volunteers propagate the seedlings and also provide workshops and growing advice.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT PROOF OF DOUBLE-DOSE VACCINATION WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY TO NORTHERN SUBURBS BRANCH MEETINGS – VAX CERTIFICATE OR VAX HISTORY WITH ID OR VAX CERTIFICATE ON SERVICESWA APP. VALID UP-TO-DATE MEDICAL EXEMPTION WITH ID IF YOU CANNOT BE VACCINATED. MASKS ARE ALSO REQUIRED TO BE WORN AT THE INDOOR VENUE.
The nursery is open every Thursday and Saturday from 9am to 2pm. Landsdale Farm is located on the corner of Evandale and Erindale Roads, Darch. Volunteers will assist you to choose native species which are right for your location and growing conditions and will provide advice on soils, watering and other conditions needed to get the best from your native garden. For information on available plant species visit the nursery website: www.ns.wsowa.org.au
Proof of Double-dose Vaccination is required for entry to the Nursery.
Free guided nature walks each month, approximately 90 minutes long, starting at 8:00am. See seasonal changes in plant and animal life in a number of Northern Suburbs bushlands.
The Northern Suburbs Branch meet on the 4th Tuesday of the month, starting at 7.30pm, at the Henderson Environmental Centre, Groat Street, North Beach.
2022 Guest Speakers:
22 Feb: Jolanda Keeble “Flora of Tarin Rock Reserves”
22 Mar: “Take a Look at the Northern Suburbs Nursery”
26 April: ‘Covid Adventures’. Members’ photos and stories from travel and other adventures during Covid.
24 May: Annual General Meeting. Jennie Villiers “Introducing Koondoola Regional Bushland”
28 June: Greg Keighery “Is Hotter Than Hot Possible? National Biodiversity Hotspots in WA. How, Why and Where?”
ANNUAL PLANT SALE AT THE NORTHERN SUBURBS NURSERY ON SATURDAY 23 APRIL 9.00AM – 2.00PM. Wide variety of WA native species in tubestocks from $3.00. See the plant list at: ns.wsowa.org.au
Vice President: Richard Curry, 0408 923 610
Secretary: Christine Curry, 0430 013 364