Coleraine, Victoria Australia

A living library of Australian native plants for botanical research and everyday enjoyment

The Peter Francis Points Arboretum is a collection of native Australian plants situated in 37 hectares of parkland on the edge of the town of Coleraine, Western Victoria.

With more than 10,000 recorded plants – from young growth through to mature trees – The Points houses one of Australia’s most valuable native plant collections. Our collections are a resource for botanical research and education, as well as a celebration of our natural botanical heritage.

The Points contains a broad collection of Eucalypts (registered with the Garden Plant Conservation Association of Australia Inc), and features a range of walking trails. It is a beautiful location for a picnic, as well as an amazing botanical reference.

 

23 March 2020
is
National Eucalypt Day

The Peter Francis Points Arboretum Inc is proud to acknowledge National Eucalypt Day 2020.
Why not celebrate with a visit to The Points?

Find out more about National Eucalypt Day here.