Glenbrook Native Plant Reserve & APS Blue Mountains Group

      The Australian Plants Society Blue Mountains Group is a district group within the Australian Plants Society NSW Region, which in turn is a district group of the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia).

      The Blue Mountains Group maintain the Glenbrook Native Plant Reserve. The Reserve is located about 60 km from Sydney on the north side of the Great Western Highway, next to Glenbrook Oval and opposite the Blue Mountains Visitor Information Centre at Glenbrook. For a map please click here.

      A small nursery in the Reserve is maintained by volunteers. It specialises in Australian plants and plants indigenous to the Blue Mountains in particular. The Reserve and nursery are open noon - 4 pm on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Entry is free.

      The group adopted the Mountain Devil (Lambertia formosa) as its logo. A photo appears at the top left corner of this page. For a larger copy click here.

Further information can be found by clickingy the links above.

Next Activities

Saturday 27 April at 9.00am Working Bee

At the Glenbrook Native Plant Reserve to weed, clear and tidy the reserve.
At 12 pm we will provide a BBQ lunch for helpers.
Please come & help if you can!

Saturday 11 May 10 am Committee Meeting

All members welcome

Saturday 18 May 10 am - 4 pm APS NSW quarterly meeting and AGM

    - 10 am Walk in Reserve (led by Dick Turner)
    - 10 am Starting near the Blaxland Library walk part of Pippa’s Pass (led by Jim Ward)
    - 10 am Reserve Nursery open (Phil Bendall)
    - 12:30-13:00 NSW AGM Blaxland Hall (adjacent to the Blaxland Library)
    - 13:00 Speaker Greg Bourke on carnivorous plants (Blaxland Hall)
    - Sale of carnivorous plants and afternoon tea

Sunday 2 June Trip to Mt. Annan Botanical Garden

  A community bus will be booked.