While COVID restrictions apply

While we are under COVID restrictions we have a ‘Drop in Day’ on the third Saturday of the month from 11.00am until 3.00pm. at the Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Road, Windsor. Entry is free for these days. Check what is scheduled for each meeting at 

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(Pre and Post COVID)

General Meetings are held on the first Thursday night of each month, except January, at 
The Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Road Windsor

Meetings begin at 7.00pm Doors open at 6.00pm.
(meetings finish at approximately 9.30pm)

Entry is $ 2 – Members, ($4 – non-members) – There will also be raffle tickets $1. 

Visitors are always welcome.

Saturday Drop in and Chats are held on the third Saturday of each month except December and January at
The Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Road Windsor.  

Meetings begin at 12 noon Doors open at 11.00am for members helping in the garden or with setting up (meetings finish at 3.00pm).

Entry is free but attendees are asked to bring a plate to share for afternoon tea

Visitors are always welcome.

Executive Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month as per current newsletter (Except January)

All meetings are held at The Peace Centre, 102 MacDonald Road, Windsor which is beneath the Albion Underpass and adjacent to the Albion Railway Station. Limited parking is available on site, but ample parking can be found in surrounding streets.

You will find a wide range of products for sale from BOGI Entities (listed below)as well as produce grown by our members, available for purchase at most general meeting. [Members only may sell produce]

At All Meetings the Following Are Open for Your Convenience

BOGI Bookshop – This is set up at every meeting next to our office with our library inside the Hall. Most of the book titles are listed in your BOGI Newsletter. The books are sold at very good prices, most at 30% off RRP. You can also purchase by Mail Order. One of the most valuable books you may purchase is the “Queensland Planting Guide”, compiled from the experiences and collected wisdom from the BOGI Membership. For the cost of $6.00 it offers a wealth of help and guidance from soils, seeds, fruit trees, when and what to plant, mulching, compost and pest control, to mention just a fraction of the contents. The book has been prepared for local conditions, but does include some help for other climatic regions.

BOGI Seed Bank – Available every month inside the hall alongside the Membership desk. Seeds saved by Members and others acquired from reliable sources are pooled into the Seed Bank and are available in small packets at very low cost. A current seed availability list is shown in the newsletter each month.

BOGI Shop – The shop is set up outside the Hall at the MacDonald Street entrance. In your monthly newsletter you can find a priced listing of organically friendly products for your garden that we sell and recommend. Advice on the use and application of all the products can be sought from the friendly BOGI Shop helpers.

BOGI Library. Situated next to our office with our Book Shop inside the Hall – Subject to the Rules of the Library, you can borrow both general and detailed books, magazines, periodicals, newsletters and Government publications. A vast store of knowledge free to Members, all at your fingertips.

BOGI is all about learning and growing through sharing.