Information brochures, lists and fact sheets are available free to all visitors.If you are interested in botanical artwork see here.
Information includes: Echidnas; How to write botanical names; Distinguishing grevilleas and hakeas; Art trail; Eringibba National Park, How to name plants, Climate Change
Lists include: birds, invertebrates, mammals, retained plant species, amphibians and reptiles.
The Garden conducts a number of research projects annually.
Recently the projects have included: eradication of mother of millions (Bryophyllum delagoense and its hybrids), a search for new varieties of indigenous plants, an invertebrate survey (spiders), propagation of the threatened Acacia wardellii, and a longitudinal study of birds observed on site.
Biodiversity Fund – Department of Sustainability, Environment, Population and Communities – Project title ‘Habitat Enchancement of a Brigalow and Bull Oak Butterfly Refuge through Weed Eradication and Restoration’. Continues – interesting outcomes. Contact us for details.
Everyone’s Environment Grant Queensland Government – Bryophyllum delagoense eradication. Visit our Garden to review all details.