Bathurst, Australia’s first inland settlement, is a vibrant regional city. Set in a wonderful natural environment of warm summers, clear, crisp winters and beautiful spring and autumn colours it is the perfect location for gardening enthusiasts and our club is flourishing.

Bathurst Gardeners’ Club Inc. creates the opportunity for members and visitors to exchange ideas, keep informed about all things gardening and meet up with like-minded people in the easy going atmosphere of the monthly meetings.

For those new to the city it’s a great way to become part of the Bathurst community. For the locals the meetings are a time to catch up with friends, swap a few stories and welcome newcomers with Bathurst hospitality.


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Bathurst Spring Spectacular

You are invited to visit spectacular gardens in and around Bathurst on the weekend of Oct 27th and 28th, 2018 Click here for more info.

The Winter meetings will be held in the Walshaw Hall, Church St (next to All Saints cathedral). There will be a guest speaker at each meeting.
Meetings will commence at 2pm. Please a plate of food to share for afternoon tea, there is no need to bring a chair. For enquires regarding the meeting contact Elizabeth Gilchrist on 0416 115 796

Our first winter meeting will be held on Sunday June 3 at 2pm. Lew Bezzina, Manager of Horticulture and Garden Maintenance at Mayfield Garden, Oberon, will be talking about the upcoming events at Mayfield Garden which include the Winter Festival which takes place from July 7-22. The Spring Festival which shows the private garden as well as the water garden, will be open from October 18-28. Another attraction will be the National Cool Climate Food and Wine Festival on Saturday October 13, 2018.

Our July meeting  will be held on Sunday July 1. Our guest speaker is Charles Boag who combined his love of the country and journalism by moving to Wattle Flat seven years ago and becoming an author/gardener. Having turned the trials and tribulations of no town water, and harsh weather conditions into a wonderful garden, he found a wife, has written many books and will share his stories with us.