Buderim Garden Club

Buderim Garden Club


Buderim garden club bus trip, tuesday 26th  September :  cost $50

Planned Itinery:
1.·         Ann and Frank Tucker's interesting garden, 14 Goldsmith Place, Buderim
Unusual anthuriums, bromeliads and tillandsias - Frank will talk about them. Morning tea here. (Short walk from bus - past 4 houses). Leave at 10.15am. Please bring a folding chair.
2.·         Travel to Stringybark Cottage, Verrierdale for about a 1 hour visit. Leave approx. 11.45am.
Short walk approx. - 100m from bus drop off point to garden. (Car shuttle available if needed)

3.          Lunch 12 noon - Joe's Watering Hole, Eumundi – leave approx. 1.15pm.
4.·         Afternoon - Bill Anderson's garden, Tinbeerwah, tropical garden, many unusual plants for sale. Bring cash and a bag with your name on it for plants you buy. Leave approx. 3.30pm.
            Return to stops in Buderim from 4.00-4.30pm.
Pick up and drop off bus stops will be :
1: Opp Buderim Gardens Retirement Village 8.00am
2: Hibiscus Retirement Village Karawatha Drive 8.10am
3: Bus stop near Hamilton Street on King street 8.20am
4: Bus stop near Wirreanda Park Cnr Lavarack Cres & King St - shelter opp. newsagent 8.20am
5: Near St Marks Church - Cnr Centreview Court and Burnett Street 8.30am
NO pickup at Woolies - the bus will need to turn at Lindsay Rd roundabout to go to the first stop.

Christmas in july bus trip friday 28th july

Our July bus trip was a great day out and thank you to Kangaroo Bus Lines for taking us everywhere.
We visited a magnificent garden at 10 Kaalba Court, Kiels Mountain and met the inspirational Craig and his son Declan. They made us most welcome and we  had a lovely morning tea enjoying the magnificent views. There were lots of unusual succulents and cycads and many other interesting plants. They have achieved a lot with such little water to use. 
Lunch at Le Relais Bressan was delicious. Our hosts looked after us very well and nothing was too much trouble.
Harry and Noela Duncanson at Woombye showed us the amazing number of plants they have fitted onto their residential block. They have collected a huge variety of plants including many succulents, cacti, orchids, tillandsia and we all learned much from them. Their plants for sale were very popular with many people taking home something spiky and unusual. Some people even had time to enjoy a cup of tea there!

It was a wonderful day trip to a fabulous garden with fabulous views and dry garden plants, lunch at the French restaurant and then another great garden in the afternoon. We also celebrated John Lyon's birthday.