Researching, enjoying and preserving Australia's gardening heritage,

horticulture landscape design and architecture.

Welcome to the Australian Garden History Society

Mission: AGHS - The Australian Garden History Society is the leader in concern for and conservation of significant cultural landscapes and historic gardens through committed, relevant and sustainable action. Formed in 1980, the AGHS brings together people from diverse backgrounds united by an appreciation of and concern for our parks, gardens and cultural landscapes as part of Australia's he...

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Current Issue of the
AGHS JOURNAL

Australian Garden History

Volume 25 Number 4
April / May / June 2014

News and Events

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Applications Open! RESEARCH GR...

Scheduled on : From Apr 10, 2014 to May 26, 2014

The Australian Garden History Society, through its “Kindred Spirits Fund” and the South Australian Branch, is making available several sma... Read the rest…

Kindred Spirits Fund

Scheduled on : From Apr 10, 2014 to Oct 07, 2014

On her death Lady Law-Smith bequeathed to the Australian Garden History Society the publication rights to the book, ‘Kindred Spirits: A Botanica... Read the rest…

Past Events

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QLD: Autumn Gardens Weekend - Tenterfield and the Southern Downs

Scheduled on : From Apr 03, 2014 to Apr 07, 2014

5-6 April - Autumn Gardens Weekend - Tenterfield and the Southern Downs Join the Northern NSW and Queensland branches for a wonderful ‘across border’ weekend visiting some of the region’s most-loved landscapes in their au... More

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Blog

  • Lake Burley Griffin: Losing an Inspired Vision - Juliet Ramsay (0 Comment)

    07th
    Apr, 2014

    Juliet Ramsay's article Lake Burley Griffin: Losing an Inspired Vision (abridged version) is featured in Australian Garden History Vol 25 No 4 To access the full version of the article, click on the download area link below.  
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  • East West Link project (0 Comment)

    01st
    Oct, 2013

    Royal Park, Parkville Early this year the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), supported by the National Trust of Victoria and the Australian Garden History Society, submitted an application for Royal Park to be placed on to the Victorian Heritage Register. In recent weeks this application has been accepted and a call for written submissions has been released for ‘owners and people with an interest in the place or object no...
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