Lost Lands Found eco-art biodiversity tours

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Join one of two free community tours as part of this special My Smart Garden event series, to celebrate the launch of the new Lost Lands Found eco-art installation in Central Park, Malvern.

Created by Wemba Wemba-Wergaia ecologist and educator Dean Stewart in partnership with the City of Stonnington, Lost Lands Found is a 4 x 4 metre planting installation showcasing over 60 species of the indigenous flowers, grasses, herbs and lilies that once flourished throughout Victoria prior to European settlement.

On both guided tours, you’ll hear from Dean about this exciting space that exists as a small window into the past and learn how to identify native plants that can be easily added to home gardens of any size to provide habitat and support local biodiversity.

About Dean: Dean Stewart is a proud Wemba Wemba-Wergaia educator and ecologist, passionate about custodian ecology with over 25 years’ experience creating award-wining cultural education, conservation, tourism and Indigenous employment programs.

Meeting Point: Meet at the Lost Lands Found installation site, near garden beds at the corner of Wattletree and Burke Roads.

What to bring: Dress for the weather as this is an outdoor tour (hat, rain jacket, sun protection).

This My Smart Garden event series is organised by the City of Stonnington. View all events in this series.


  • Saturday, 09 April 2022 | 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Saturday, 09 April 2022 | 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM


Central Park, 148 Burke Road, Malvern East 3145  View Map

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