Make a donation

This end of financial year, join us in our mission to rescue, restore and renew our rainforests by donating before 30 June.

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Your support is powerful

Our Australian rainforests are under serious threat battling three major challenges: myrtle rust, climate change, and deforestation. 

With your support, Botanic Gardens of Sydney will be able to continue the important work to save our critically endangered rainforest species from extinction.

  • $25 could help us prepare media for germination of five species
  • $50 could help us run a preliminary germination test for one species
  • $150 could help us run five DNA extractions suitable for whole genome sequencing for one species
  • $500 could help us assess the best conditions for breaking seed dormancy for one species
  • $1,000 could help us test the response of seeds to climate change for one species using a thermogradient plate

 

Rescue our rainforests before it's too late.

Donate before 30 June

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How to donate

Every donation big or small makes a real difference to the future of the Gardens.

It helps us to continue our vital work in science, sustainability, and horticulture, as well as keep the Gardens as serene, accessible public spaces for everyone to enjoy. Your generosity helps ensure our future and the continued beauty and educational value of these much-loved gardens.

Online: simply complete the online form below

Email: please email [email protected]

Phone: please call us on 02 9231 8182

Your gift is tax-deductible

Your gift of $2 or more is tax-deductible in Australia (ABN 50 837 658 196). For international tax-deductible gifts, please contact us.

Other ways to support

White flowers of Bursaria spinosa, a native Australian species present in the Cumberland Plain Woodland
Find out how you can leave a lasting legacy for the future, or commemorate a loved one.
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Show your ongoing support to the Gardens by becoming a member of the Foundation and Friends of the Botanic Gardens.
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Volunteers are an integral part of our organisation, and we greatly value the skills and support they generously give.