North Shore Group

Walks & Talks
Coming events


Coming Events

November 18th (Saturday)

APS NSW November Quarterly Gathering

The North Shore Group will host the final APSNSW Quarterly Gathering for 2017. The event will be at Caley’s Pavilion in the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden at 420 Mona Vale Rd, St Ives, on 18th November 2017.

The guest speaker will be Bronwen Roy. Bronwen is a PhD student at Western Sydney University studying the impact of pathogens on honeybees and native bees. Bronwen was the winner of the University’s 2016 Three Minute Thesis competition. She will be speaking about Australian native bees.

A carpenter bee on a Grevillia buxifolia flower

Our November gathering is perfect for this talk as the date is during Australian Pollinator Week which is from 12 - 19 November 2017. More information on Australian Pollinator Week will be available on closer to the date

Tea and coffee will be available from 10.30am. Go for a self-guided walk in the extensive grounds – maps available from the Visitors Centre near the Garden entrance. A guided walk will start at Caleys at 11am and go for about 1 hour. Lunch (bring your own) and plant sales from 12 noon. The Meeting begins at 2pm, followed by afternoon tea.
We hope to see you there.

Barry Lees (President North Shore Group)



Please note the 2018 meeting schedule will only be on the NEW website for the Australian Plants Society NSW North Shore Group at Shore.

December 8th

  Christmas Party at the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden

Down load the 2017 speakers program.


Walks and Talks program at Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden 2017.

More information

Down load a one page brochure (pdf) of the 2017 program.

Walks and talks have finished for this year and will recommence in early 2018

Please note the 2018 walks and talks will only be on the NEW website for the Australian Plants Society NSW North Shore Group at Shore.










All Friday night meetings for the year


We are affiliated with Australian Plants Society NSW Ltd which is part of the national body the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia) inc. (ANPSA).