Many residents and visitors explore the Anglesea and Aireys Inlet district each year to admire the amazing number of orchids and other wildflowers that grow throughout the region. Most species flower in springtime and each September.
Angair’s annual Wildflower Weekend and Art Show in the Memorial Hall, McMillan Street, Anglesea will be held on September 16 and 17 this year. The show attracts visitors from all over Australia as the Anglesea heathlands are of international significance. The proceeds of the show are used for land conservation purposes.
The show includes spectacular displays of native flowers and opportunities for people to take guided walks and bus tours to visit the bushland and flora reserves to see indigenous flowers in their natural habitat. There are also native plants books on environmental subjects, cards and various forms of craftwork for sale.
These are the typical weekend attractions:
- Spectacular displays of indigenous flowers
- Guided wildflower walks and bus tours
- Indigenous plants for sale
- Art and craft exhibitions and stalls
- Hooded Plover activities
- Light refreshments throughout the day
- Exciting children’s activities
- Swap an environmental weed for a local plant
Students and Pensioners $2
Angair Nature Show Website
The Angair Nature Show website complements Angair’s annual Wildflower & Art Weekend held each September.
The Nature Show website enables you to engage with Angair activities throughout the year and aims to share and encourage you to enjoy and discover as much of our beautiful environment, its fauna and flora and local conservation efforts as is possible.
There is a wealth of articles, videos, self-guided walks and nature-related activities for all ages, and we encourage you to Wonder, Protect, Explore, Learn, Create and Play.
Explore the Nature Show website now!