• A garden with many different kinds of plants.
  • A garden of flowering plants surrounded by lawn.
  • A garden with many different kinds of plants with lots of people sitting chatting.
  • A group of orchids.


Since its formation in 1975 Ulladulla and Districts Garden Club has strived to:

  • Promote friendship though gardening
  • Help members extend their knowledge of gardening
  • Encourage civic beauty and preservation of the environment
  • Act in conjunction with similar groups with like interests

The Garden  Club has over 200 members and warmly welcomes visitors and new members to the Club’s monthly meetings and regular events.

The Ulladulla and Districts Garden Club meets on the last Monday of each month from January to November at 9 am for a 9.30 start at the Baptist Church, 215 Matron Porter Drive, Narrawallee. 

Next Meeting is the Annual General Meeting: Monday 26 February 2018 at 9am for a 9.30 start.

The business of the AGM is to confirm the Minutes of the 2017 AGM, receive Annual reports including Financial report and to elect a new committee. All positions on the committee are open and nominations for committee positions are invited. Completed Nomination Forms must be lodged with the Secretary 7 days prior to the meeting. Nominations will be invited during the AGM if written nominations received prior to the meeting do not cover all available committee positions. 

Regular meeting activities will be conducted alongside the AGM, including Member in Focus, Garden Gems,Raffles and Competitions, Q and A session, etc.

Venue: Baptist Church, 215 Matron Porter Drive, Narrawallee

February's competition is "Blue Sensation".

You can read the Draft Minutes from the January meeting, here.


The Garden Clubs of Australia 2017 Biennial Convention

From 5-10 November 2017, the Convention was successfuly organised and delivered by the Ulladulla and Districts Garden Club. Photos of the Convention are featured in our Gallery. You can also watch all the action on a series of videos: Welcome to Ulladulla; Bateman's Bay and Mogo; Melbourne Cup Lunch and visit to Mollymook Surf Club, and Willinga Park