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Australian garden designers in the 21st Century - Presented by Dr Anne Vale

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Australian garden designers in the 21st Century - Presented by Dr Anne Vale

Time: July 28, 2017 from 2pm to 3pm
Location: Carindale Library, Westfield Carindale
Street: 1151 Creek Road
City/Town: Carindale
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Phone: 07 3407 1490
Event Type: free, green, presentation
Organized By: BCC
Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2017

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WHEN Fri, 28th July
2:00pm - 3:00pm
EVENT TYPE Free, Green


Carindale Library


Carindale Library, Westfield Carindale, 1151 Creek Road (near Millennium Boulevard), Carindale


Bookings required. Phone Carindale Library on 07 3407 1490 to reserve your place


Garden historian and public speaker Dr Anne Vale has written history booklets and garden guides on heritage gardens such as, Dalvui, Wombat Park, Durrol, Warroona Nursery and the Kyneton Botanic Garden. Anne is the author of Influential Australian Garden People: their stories (2016) and award winning Exceptional Australian Garden Makers (2013). These beautifully illustrated publications feature many of Anne's own photographs as well as those by some of Australia's top photographers. Join Dr Vale as she shares her research in this talk. Bookings essential.

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