• A garden of flowering plants surrounded by lawn.
  • A garden with many different kinds of plants.
  • 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, incorporating the Annual General Meeting: Monday 25 February 2019 at 9am for a 9.30 start.

The Annual General Meeting will take the place of a guest speaker

February's competition is "Romantic red"

Venue: Baptist Church, Matron Porter Drive, Narrawallee

You can read the Minutes of the November 2018 meeting, here

We are urgently seeking new members for our Committee. If you are interested in joining the committee to share your ideas for a really great Garden Club, please complete the Nomination Form and send to ulladullagardenclub@gmail.com. If you would like to find out more, send an enquiry to the President at ulladullagardenclub@gmail.com

Proposed Changes to the Constitution

Changes to the Constitution have been proposed by the Committee for the consideration of members. Please review these proposed changes and make any comments or further suggestions for change to ulladullagardenclub@gmail.com. As a result of the meeting held on 31 January new changes have been made to document listing the proposed changes. A number of changes have been made since this document was first distributed in September 2018, in response to members' comments.

In making any additional changes, the committee will consider the practicalities and feasibility of suggestions as well as their compatibility with the legislation that governs the management of incorporated associations in NSW (Associations Incorporation Act 2009). In accordance with the Act, the changes to the Constitution will be considered via a Special Resolution. The committee plans to include this Special Resolution in the business of the Annual General meeting 25 February 2019. Members will vote on the Special Resolution at this time. The changes become part of our Constitution once they are approved by NSW Fair Trading Registry Services which administers the Act on behalf of the NSW Government.