International Garden Centre Association Congress opens for registration

Registration is now open for the International Garden Centre Association Congress in Australia (Melbourne 6-11 October 2013) at

The event includes a pre-Congress tour around the ‘Surf Coast’ of Victoria and international consultant John Stanley is planning a few days for delegates who arrive in Australia via Perth.

Delegates will be staying at the Sebel on Queens Road, Albert Park overlooking Albert Park Lake and part of the Melbourne Grand Prix circuit.

They will visit production nursery Warner’s Nursery and several garden centres. One other highlight will be a visit to the Australian Garden at Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne. The Victorian Trade Day will be another highlight.

A visit to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) for lunch will be a highlight.

Contact organiser Leigh Siebler at Siebler Publishing Services.
Ph 03 9889 5453 Fax 03 9889 5281 Email

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