Queensland Council of Garden Clubs
Services to Members
• Newsletter - Member clubs are kept informed about news, shows, events, policies, issues, etc through the quarterly newsletter.
• Register - A complete list of member clubs with contact details and meeting times and places.
• Club Management - Information on aspects of running a club - meeting procedures, duties of office bearers, etc.
• Insurance - Insurance cover through a group insurance scheme.
• Social Occasions - Social functions and competitions to encourage friendship betrween clubs.
• Guest Speakers - Suggestions for guest speakers.
• Bus Trips - Suggestions for destinations, nurseries and other places of interest for organising bus trips.
• Special Occasions - Opportunities for members to participate in festivals, community events and horticultural shows eg Ipswich Plant Fair, Qld Garden Expo - Nambour, Brisbane International Garden Show Strathpine.
• Telephone Listing - Through the listing in the Yellow Pages (Clubs Gardening - Queensland Council of Garden Clubs) members of the public can get information on clubs in their area.
• Other Bodies - QCGC has a close association with Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha and other horticultural groups.
Christmas Breakup
Latest Update:
06/10/2018
Christmas Breakup Wednesday 28 November 2018. See below for details. Remember: For physical and mental wellbeing, gardening is so rewarding. If not a member, join a garden club today.
Objects of QCGC
(a) To broaden the scope of member clubs in their activities by combining together as a Council.

(b) To promote the development of horticultural knowledge and interests among member clubs and the wider community.

(c) To promote the enjoyment of gardening and friendship among member clubs.

(d) To encourage an understanding of conservation of our national and natural heritage.

(e) To participate in community events and projects that contribute to the beautification of our natural and built environment through enhancements to public parks, gardens and like facilities.
QGCG - Bringing clubs together through a mutual love of gardening
Contact for all enquiries - secretary2@qcgc.net

(c) 2014 Queensland Council of Garden Clubs Inc
The Queensland Council of Garden Clubs Inc. was established in April 1967 as an organisation of garden clubs to encourage friendship and co-operation between them.

There are now 126 member garden clubs, plant societies and other special interest groups - from Cairns to Tweed Heads.

Contact Us:
Email: secretary2@qcgc.net
Post: PO Box 27 Carole Park QLD 4300
Management Committee
The QCGC is managed by a committee which meets monthly. Committee members are elected at the AGM from nominees of member clubs. A monthly general meeting is for delegates from member clubs to obtain information about events and the results of committee discussions, it also provides an opportunity for clubs to give feedback to the management committee.
How to Join QCGC
Our Christmas Breakup is at Mt Coot-tha Auditorium on Wednesday 28th November, 2018. We hope as many members as possible will join the Committee for the Bi-ennial awards presentations and a beautiful tasty lunch. We look forward to greeting you all. Contact your local club to book a table.