An old Anglesea favourite returns…naturally By Sally White

don’t miss out this weekend – lots to see also a great (and cheap ) way to buy local indigenous plants!


The award-winning ANGAIR Wildflower and Art Weekend will be back in Anglesea on September 17 and 18 this year.

Want to take a guided tour to some of Anglesea’s finest wildflower spots? Wander around the magnificent displays of indigenous flowers in the Anglesea Memorial Hall? Buy some local plants for your garden—or swap some environmental weeds for indigenous plants? Let the kids get up close and personal with Roaming Reptiles’ menagerie of Australia’s snakes and lizards? Buy a local nature-inspired art work?

Wildflowers on display

Those are a few of the attractions at the annual show that last year won the Surf Coast Shire’s Community Event of the Year award.

The show is now as embedded in the Surf Coast community as ANGAIR itself. ANGAIR—officially the Anglesea, Aireys Inlet Society for the Protection of Flora and Fauna—was established in 1969 to help protect the area’s native flora and fauna and maintain the natural…

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