The Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardeners provide a free advisory service on caring for and growing native plants for home gardeners and community groups.

Need native gardening advice?The service is focused on WA native plant species in urban gardens and provides practical advice on propagation, potting, planting, pests and pruning. The Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardeners enjoy spreading the word about WA's glorious native plants and how to grow them successfully.

Garden Advisory Service: (+61 8) 9480 3672

An answering machine will record your question when the phone is unattended and your call will be returned. You can also email through your enquiry.

Meet the team

Discuss your native plant questions with a Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardener at a Dig it with Coffee session, during a Friends of Kings Park plant sale or at the annual Kings Park Festival in September.

A Volunteer Master Gardener can visit your school, aged care facility, or social group for an informal presentation on the beauty, diversity and importance of conserving our native plants. Donations are appreciated

Join the Volunteer Master Gardeners

If you are fascinated by our Australian native plants, enjoy gardening, and have time to give to voluntary activities, why not join the Volunteer Master Gardeners? The training course will increase your botanical and horticultural knowledge and your ability to share this with others.

Further information

Contact the Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardeners

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