Sharon’s affinity with the flora of the Australian bush: a brief history.

I have the love of plants running in my veins; my mother loved the plants in her garden (she in turn inherited this love from her mother.) Every plant seemed to thrive under Mum’s watch – succulents, grevilleas, other natives, ferns and cacti. Although I don’t think she ever tried indoor plants. I remember asContinue reading “Sharon’s affinity with the flora of the Australian bush: a brief history.”

World famous detective Phryne Fisher comes to Bendigo….

World famous detective Phryne Fisher came to Bendigo thisweek but there was no crime to be solved by this 1920’s heroine as she was noton a sleuthing mission. Actually it was author Kerry Greenwood who was visiting ourtown talking about her famous protagonist as well as her love of history andlife as a an author.Continue reading “World famous detective Phryne Fisher comes to Bendigo….”

WORKSHOP PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE TO UNIQUE LOCAL HISTORY PROJECT

<!–[if !mso]> st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> The City of Greater Bendigo will hold the last of a series of community workshops at 6.30pm this Friday July 29 at the Bendigo Council offices for people wishing to be part of an important local history project. City of Greater Bendigo Acting Strategy Manager, Andrew Cockerall said the ‘FromContinue reading “WORKSHOP PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE TO UNIQUE LOCAL HISTORY PROJECT”