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BGANZ is proud to be working with

BGANZ would like to thank all partners and sponsors for their ongoing support as we work to promote the aims of BGANZ members, botanic gardens and arboreta across Australia and New Zealand.

The BGANZ Board has a goal to increase its resource base through partnerships, giving us greater capacity to deliver better services to our members.

Become a Partner


BGANZ Corporate Partnership

Become a Partner

Partner Sign Up

Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand Limited (BGANZ) offer a small number of Exclusive Corporate Partnership and Sponsorship opportunities.

Partners and sponsors, among other opportunities, will receive ongoing exposure and promotional opportunities throughout the BGANZ network via the BGANZ website, social media and e-newsletter editorials and advertisements in the BGANZ magazine.

If you’d like to partner with BGANZ, contact the BGANZ CEO, Eamonn Flanagan. The BGANZ Board will accept partnership and sponsorship within the guidelines of the BGANZ Partnership policy.

Promote Opportunities


Paid advertisements are offered at a standard rate of $100 per item. This enables placement in our e-newsletter and on our social media platforms including facebook and twitter. If you’d like to advertise with BGANZ, contact the BGANZ CEO, Eamonn Flanagann. The BGANZ Board will accept advertising within the guidelines of the BGANZ Advertising policy.

BGANZ partners with Longwood Gardens (Fellows Program)

Longwood Gardens

BGANZ are delighted to announce a new partnership with the celebrated Longwood Gardens.

Longwood, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, is one of the great gardens of the world, inspiring people through horticulture, education and the arts. Their horticultural endeavours extend beyond the boundaries of the indoor and outdoor gardens to include the magnificent seasonal displays and thriving research and crop production programs that serve to further their reputation as a pioneer among public gardens.

The partnership’s aim is to promote Longwood’s Fellows Program. This is a unique leader-development program that focuses on refining the skill level and heightening the self-awareness of leaders within public horticulture.


BGANZ partner with Seasol


We are delighted to partner with Seasol International, a great local company who have a strong commitment to improving the quality of gardens, horticulture and botanic gardens across Australia and New Zealand. Seasol International were a major partner at the BGANZ 8th Congress in Adelaide and on Botanic Gardens Day 2022.


BGANZ member benefits

Augusta Golf Cars

BGANZ members have a great opportunity to discuss all their transport requirements with Augusta Golf Cars. BGANZ members use a range of vehicles for various activities across their garden spaces. Augusta Golf Cars provide a wide range of vehicles to choose from.

BGANZ encourages all members to include Augusta Golf Cars in their quote portfolio and discuss future opportunities, when assessing their next vehicle purchases.

“At Augusta Golf Cars we are delighted to partner with BGANZ. Like all Australians and Kiwis we value the work and beautiful spaces botanic gardens provide. We believe we have the best range of environmentally friendly, sustainable, alternative vehicles on the market, whatever your garden, arboretum or park requires.” – Raymond Georgiou, Managing Director, Augusta Golf Cars

More information about Augusta.

Our Gold Sponsor

Australian National Botanic Gardens

BGANZ would like to thank Australian National Botanic Gardens our Gold Sponsor for their ongoing support. Inspiring, informing and connecting people with the Australian flora The Australian National Botanic Gardens maintains a scientific collection of native plants from all parts of Australia.

The plants are displayed for the enjoyment and education of visitors and are used for research into plant classification and biology. A herbarium of preserved plant specimens is closely associated with the living collection. The Gardens also cultivates plants threatened in the wild. This helps protect them against extinction and provides information which might assist re-introduction to their natural habitat.

Botanic Gardens Conservation International


Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) is a membership organisation, representing botanic gardens in more than 100 countries around the world. It is an independent UK charity established in 1987 to link the botanic gardens of the world in a global network for plant conservation.

The BGCI network of botanic gardens includes: globally significant living plant collections, covering approximately a third of known plant diversity; world class seed banks, glass houses and tissue culture infrastructures, and; technical knowledge networks covering all aspects of plant conservation policy, practice and education.

“To mobilise botanic gardens and engage partners in securing plant diversity for the well-being of people and the planet.” – BGCI mission

The Council of Heads of Australian Botanic Gardens


The Council of Heads of Australian Botanic Gardens Incorporated (CHABG) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the protection, conservation and enhancement of Australian plants and their ecosystems.

The Australian Seed Bank Partnership coordinates collaborative plant conservation activities across Australia. These include seed banking, scientific research, knowledge sharing and education to safeguard Australia’s flora and address national conservation priorities.




Climate Change Alliance of Botanic Gardens


In December 2018, people from a diversity of cultures, languages, and organisations from around the world responded to the global impacts of climate change to attend the botanical world’s first Climate Change Summit in Australia and form the Climate Change Alliance of Botanic Gardens (Alliance).

The current growing membership comprises over 65 botanical organisations, gardens and arboreta from across the world including peak industry bodies: Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), International Association of Botanic Garden (IABG), Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand (BGANZ) and the American Public Gardens Association (APGA).

By joining the Alliance, Botanic Gardens and similar organisations around the world will have access to a global network of Botanic Gardens and Arboreta, Botanic Gardens Associations, scientists, horticulturists and friends of Alliance who are working together to protect their Gardens and the plants of the world. Through information sharing and increased influence, Alliance will continue to be the change that the world needs to see.

According to Dr Dave Kendal from the University of Tasmania, in the next 50 years, 20-50% of current plant species in botanic gardens and urban landscapes will likely confront temperatures those species have never experienced before.

The time for action is now: please consider joining the Alliance so collectively we can make a real difference with climate change action to safeguard plant collections, landscapes and biodiversity.

Please find the details below as how to join online for free—it is an easy process. There are no impossible obligations expected from you—just a commitment to the principles of the Charter of the Alliance and associated climate change action. Your small or large actions are all valuable!


BGANZ member benefits


BGANZ has signed up with Autotender to provide BGANZ Members with an option to purchase new cars. If you are thinking about buying a new car, contact the team at Autotender through

BGANZ will obtain a small fee when you purchase, this fee will be used to enhance further member benefits!

Waratah, Telopea sp.
Waratah, Telopea sp.