Images by Glenn Leiper

Native Plants Queensland is a community-based organisation committed to growing, conserving and studying Australian plants.

What's On

Saturday 31 March 2020, from 9am

Autumn Gathering & NPQ AGM
Jacobs Well Environmental Education Centre, Norwell

Members and visitors are invited to the Native Plants Queensland Regional Gathering on Saturday, 21 March 2020, which will be hosted by Logan River branch and held at Jacobs Well Environmental Education Centre, cnr Behms and Pimpama-Jacobs Well Roads, Norwell.

The theme for the day is, Sowing the Seed: Facilitating Learning About Native Plants and Their Habitats.

It's time to renew your membership

(Or join up for the first time!)

Memberships are due each year on 1st April and this year we have simplified our rates: $40 to renew or to join for the first time ($20 for students). You can learn more about membership benefits here.

Download the form below—you can complete it on your computer, 'save as' a new file name and attach to an email to the Membership Officer. Or print it to complete by hand and send it by mail (address details are included in the form).

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News from around Queensland

ANPSA Award Honours Glenn Leiper, NPQ Conservation Officer

These coveted awards are presented every two years by the Australian Native Plant Society (Australia) (ANPSA) to people who have made an outstanding contribution to the knowledge of Australian plants. Winners are chosen in two categories: professional and amateur.  The 2019 winner of the amateur category goes to our own Glenn Leiper.

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Ipswich Branch Native Plant Sale and Enviro Day is a winner!

At the Rosewood Native Plant Sale and Enviro Day on 12 October 2019, 272 individual purchasers took home 2389 native plants for their gardens. A very successful day! See some photos from the day...

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Garden Design Study Group: Spring Excursion to Buderim & Gympie

At the end of August 2019, members of the Garden Design Study Group travelled to visit two gardens in Buderim then travelled on to accommodation in Gympie and a wonderful evening at Gunnabel Homestead, enjoying country cuisine and a great social time together. The next day two more gardens were visited. Each of the four gardens was completely unique...

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Yabba in Warwick 2018

Our President Bob Bannon has shared some of his reflections from this year's ‘Yabba on the Granite Belt’, hosted by our members from Warwick, 21 – 23 September 2018:

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