In May I hosted three groups from Friends of Cranbourne Botanic Gardens, in collaboration with Rodger and Gwen Elliot.
The participants on all three trips were of course very keen to see as many of the island’s unique plants as possible.
While on the island they also enjoyed the other World Heritage values of the island – its geology, birds and marine life.
We managed to get out on all of the walking tracks, and several joined Mount Gower guide Jack Shick for that day of strenuous botanical exploration.
Each group assisted with the Friends of LHI project of controlling sea spurge on the Lagoon dune.