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Mill Park Garden Club

The group meet on the 1st Monday and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm at Le Page Homestead, Hawkstowe Picnic Area, Gordons Road South Morang (Melway ref: 183 J7).

The group is involved with the restoration and extension of the historic farmhouse garden, including the propagation of cottage plants.

Bring morning tea, lunch and gardening gloves.

Contact details


Contact: Parks Victoria Ranger Ross Mugavin
Phone: (03) 9407 9900

 

 

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