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Victoria State Rose Garden Supporters Werribee Park Inc

The group meet every Wednesday and Saturday morning from 9.00 am to 12.00 pm at Victoria State Rose Garden, K Road, Werribee (Melway ref: 201 D1).

Activities include caring for roses; deadheading, pruning, and planting. The group aim to present the Rose Garden at its best for visitors to enjoy.

Bring secateurs and gloves.

Contact Parks Victoria Ranger Ron Cuthbert on (03) 8734 5100.

Contact details

Address: PO Box 2137, WERRIBEE 3030
Contact: Veronica O'Brien

 

 

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