Restoring landscapes across the Mount Alexander Region

Silver Banksia of Central Victoria presentation 19 March 2018

Posted on 27 February, 2018 by Tanya Loos

Silver Banksias (Banksia marginata) once occurred in large areas across central Victoria, but are now limited to a few isolated locations. Are we at risk of losing this species from our landscape? Come along and find out.

Presentation by Dr Adam Miller (Senior Lecturer in Aquatic Ecology and Biodiversity at Deakin University).

Monday 19 March at 7.30 pm

ANA Hall, 7 High St, Harcourt

Please RSVP to Bonnie by Thursday 15 of March (email: or phone: 5472 1594)

Click here for the flier, with a map showing the location of ANA Hall. Tea, coffee and a light supper will kindly be provided by the Wettenhall Environment Trust.

This talk has been made possible through funding from the National Landcare Program.

The flower of the Silver banksia – immature, and mature on the right. By JJ Harrison ( – Creative Commons

One response to “Silver Banksia of Central Victoria presentation 19 March 2018”

  1. Helen Butcher says:

    Hope to be there but may be a few mins late – coming from another function in Castlemaine just before.

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