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Conference 2000
Seminar on Garden Visiting — Potential for Tourism

Towards a national information register of showcase open gardens.
Eden Garden Pavilion, 24 Omana Ave, Epsom, Auckland, 24 November 2000.

Programme
8.30-9am: Registration
9am: Opening
  Jayson Kelly (RNZIH Dunedin):
A shop window for New Zealand Gardens.
  Bev McConnell (Auckland):
Importance of an information base for New Zealand open gardens — a garden owners view.
  Lise Hogh (Southern Institute of Technology):
Surveys of interactions of garden hosts and tourists.
  Rodney Wilson (Manawatu):
Experiences of a district garden host.
Lunch Jayson Kelly (Dunedin) and Iain Clarke
(Canterbury Horticultural Society):
Operation of a proposed national garden database.
  Panel Discussion
  Julian Matthews (Waikanae):
What attracts visitors to gardens.
  Lise Hogh (Southern Institute of Technology):
Operations of garden tour hosts. Recommendations.
  Alan Jellyman (New Plymouth):
Review of proceedings.
4.30pm: RNZIH Annual General Meeting.
4.30pm: Guided Tour of Eden Garden.
8.00pm: Presentation of awards.
Banks Memorial Lecture
Jack Hobbs (Auckland Regional Botanic Garden):
Special characteristics of Auckland gardens.

Proceedings of this conference are now available from the RNZIH.

There is a related article on Tourism & Horticulture by Alan Jolliffe in our Horticulture Pages.

 

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