Get involved with BGANZ?


BGANZ offers its members, many and varied, opportunities to get involved, lead, and assist in providing new and existing services to our members.


Getting involved in BGANZ is a great way to develop your skills and professional networks. Please note all positions are unpaid.


Council Vacancies: Positions are held for two years and Council members need to vacate after 6 years. See BGANZ Council for expected vacancies.


President, and Treasurer roles are outlined here.


Professional Groups: BGANZ has three Professional Groups and you can find further information and contacts here


BGEN – BGANZ Education Network


BRON – BGANZ Record Officers Network


Professional Development – BGANZ Professional Development program


Grant Program Development – In 2015 BGANZ expects to apply for Commonwealth, State and other grants, where appropriate, to expand BGANZ programs. If you are interested in assisting in this role please contact BGANZ.


Sponsorship – BGANZ welcomes members who wish to assist in developing our Sponsorship program


BGANZ Magazine Committee – The Committee is currently full. Contact Eamonn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information


Social Media – (Facebook/Twitter) The opportunity exists for further growth of our social media programs.


BGANZ Forums – We are currently aiming to develop our Botanic Gardens forums. We welcome Moderators who are passionate and enthused to increase the BGANZ network through our forums.

If you have other ways you'd like to contribute to BGANZ please contact Eamonn Flanagan, BGANZ Executive Officer, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand Inc (BGANZ) is the chief body representing the interests of botanic gardens in Australia and New Zealand.

BGANZ promotes the interests and activities of Australian and New Zealand botanic gardens and botanic gardens generally and enhances the state of botanic gardens for the benefit of the community.