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.

The Arboretum is managed by a group of dedicated volunteers in the Peter Francis Points Arboretum Incorporated. Parks Victoria manages the land in which it sits.


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