The Linnean Society of NSW


FOUNDED 1874. INCORPORATED 1884. 'NATURAL HISTORY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.'

The Linnean Society...

... promotes 'the Cultivation and Study of the Science of Natural History in all its Branches'. It is one of Australia's oldest, and among its leading scientific societies. Click here to read more...

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Next Symposium

Wednesday October 27-Thursday October 28 [Field Trip Friday October 29]

Natural History of the Northeastern Sydney Basin

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Publications

Field Guide to the Royal National Park

The Linnean Society of NSW is pleased to offer this up-to-date and comprehensive 176 page guide, profusely illustrated in colour, to the natural history of the Royal National Park: its geology and geomorphology; plants and vegetation; mammals, birds, frogs and reptiles; insects, spiders and non-marine molluscs.

OUT OF STOCK

Official Guide to the National Park of NSW

This beautiful 128 page hardcover facsimile edition of the 1902 Official Guide to the National Park of New South Wales is complete with original map and 23 plates. The fascinating text describes the history and the beauties of the park through the eyes of the author more than 110 years ago.

This is a limited print run so don’t miss out.

$10 + $4.50 postage (within Australia)
Members' Price $11 + $4.50 postage (within Australia)
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