Rare and endangered plants which once flourished in the region are part of the proposed botanic garden 'Gargaro' at Girgarre.December 10, 2013 10:50pm
Landscape Architects TLC have produced this concept perspective for Girgarre's proposed 'Gargarro' botanic garden.
The Girgarre community’s proposed botanic garden ‘Gargarro’ looks set to provide a unique destination for visitors to the Campaspe region and rural Victoria.
As well as a large events lawn and amphitheatre, the garden will have water tower lookouts, an ephemeral river bed and water channels.
There will be walking and cycling trails, a barbecue area for families and groups of friends to socialise and several native garden areas.
‘Gargarro’ will also host a range of rare and endangered plants which once flourished in the region.
A area has been reserved for a small future housing development with several lots having the opportunity to lookout to the botanic garden.
More in the print edition of Kyabram Free Press.
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