Bonsai in Queensland
AABC National Bonsai Conference
Usually held in May each year with a different host club & at a different location within Australia. 2008 Adelaide.
The Bonsai Society of Queensland inc
This is one of Australia's largest bonsai clubs with an average annual membership of 100 members. Meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of every month (except December) and visitors are always welcome.
At the meetings, members have access to an extensive library of bonsai related books, magazines and videos. Every month members receive a newsletter which contais items of interest, club matters, details of events and helpful hints on many aspects of our hobby.
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens - Mt Coot-tha
The Bonsai House next to the Japanese Garden is the most recent addition to the Gardens. Featuring over 300 miniaturised trees including many by late Len Webber........ Bonsai House is open 10am to 12 noon, 1pm to 3pm weekdays and 10am to 3pm weekends
The Japanese Garden: Ju Raku En - Toowoomba
(Ju - Longevity, Raku - to enjoy, En - recreation place)
This is Australia's largest and most traditionally designed Japanese garden. Visitors will experience the combination of ancient and Japanese garden art forms as they wander through the beautiful landscape. Three kilometres of stroll paths meander through the 4.5 hectares of garden. This culturally unique garden is located on the campus of The University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba.
Open Daily: 7am - 5pm - Free
Bonsai Nursery (Brisbane) - Lindsay Bebb
Bonsai Nursery (Brisbane) Welcome to Lindsay & Glenis Bebb's Bonsai Nursery - The nursery is open from 8.30am until 5pm, 7 days a week, and you are welcome to browse our extensive product range. Our BYO Coffee Shop is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am until 3pm for light refreshments or alfresco dining. located at 310 Musgrave Rd, Coopers Plains. This is about 15 - 20 minutes south of Brisbane
Bonsai World - 28 Tyalgum St, Mudgeeraba
Bonsai World is owned by Doug and Carole Waller. They began working towards their dreams of a Bonsai nursury in 1982. It was firstly registered as Toowoomba House of Bonsai in 1992 and relocated to the Gold Coast and opened as Bonsai World in early 1997. Located in the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland, visit them and view over 250 bonsai and 1000 starter and potential bonsai.
Queensland Bonsai Nurseries
Chinatown - Brisbane
Features a wide variety of Chinese market shops and restaurants. Located in Fortitude Valley, about 5 km from Brisbane city center. Not Bonsai but may be of interest.
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