Welcome everyone: The Garden is looking wonderful and is open to visitors: both day and overnight.  There is often a large number of caravanners enjoying the ambience of the Garden.

Camping Ground

Dates to Note:

Wire Sculpture Workshop Saturday December 4th

The next exciting project is to renovate the glasshouse.  This was known as the Misting House and was built in the 1950s.  Here is a photo of Dorothy Gordon admiring some of the new seedlings.



Age has taken its toll on this building and for several years we have been concerned that one of the beams would give way and many of the glass panels would be smashed.  We have been very fortunate to receive a grant from the Heritage Department of the Queensland Government to repair this historic building.

glasshouse before work starts

Work has begun.  Firstly the shade cloth was removed and then all of the glass panels were numbered and safely stored to reuse.  A complete materials list has been compiled and work will commence early in the new year when the worst of the summer heat has gone.

Glasshouse sans glass

Photographs from our Garden

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PLANTS and WILDLIFE click on image below to see more about plants and wildlife

Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon'

GIFTS click on image below to go to gift shop

 2013 Grevillia Fine China Collection


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The Garden is open from  20 January to 20 December and is a safe haven for all flora and fauna, therefore pets are not permitted at Myall Park Botanic Garden.

Queensland Heritage listed.

Supported by the Western Downs Regional Council

Telephone: 07 4665 6705    Emailmyallparkbotanic@bigpond.com
Address: Myall Park Botanic Garden,  1 Myall Park Road, Glenmorgan, Queensland 4423,  Australia         Post: Myall Park Botanic Garden Ltd, PO Box 22, Glenmorgan, Queensland  4423, Australia

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