What’s not to like about the Worn Gundidj nursery.
Located in Warrnambool, our Indigenous-led Worn Gundidj nursery focuses on delivering better outcomes. Better for your horticultural project. Better for the community. And better for the local environment.
Expert advice for better solutions
(and happy customers)
Our customers love discovering our native nursery plants, locally cultivated to thrive in their natural habitat.
We use local native seeds to propagate our hardy plant range. The seeds are sourced from diverse eco-systems. This provides unique value to our community and commercial customers. We supply plants for:
- land care and conservation work
- re-vegetation projects
- shelter belts
- sustainable gardens
As the leading stockist of plants native to the Great South West, we can deliver stock for projects big or small. Our staff can help you identify the plants you need. Be it native, drought resistant, environmentally or insect friendly. We have it all. Get the best advice and solutions for your garden. We have specialist plants for landscaping, re-vegetation and agricultural projects.
A Social Enterprise model for better social outcomes
Our Social Enterprise sustains and supports Indigenous job seekers and community members experiencing disadvantage. We offer a raft of social engagement programs throughout the nursery. As well as employment and participation opportunities.
As experts in social procurement, we work closely with local councils and community groups. Local and state support for our procurement framework helps us in delivering successful outcomes.
Sustainable values for better products
Our seeds and plants are directly sourced by a team of horticultural experts. We share our horticultural expertise to encourage sustainable practices. By sourcing and growing native seeds, we help local flora survive and thrive. Then, we propagate our native nursery plants to have the best possible chance in their natural habitat. We use these methods, not just to produce hardy plants, but to improve biodiversity and climate resilience.
We grow these plants with our customers in mind – Land Care and Coast Care groups, farmers, landholders, landscapers and gardeners.
Worn Gundidj Seed Project
Worn Gundidj Nursery also sources and grows edible native seeds for our newest venture, the Worn Gundidj Seed Project. Our goal is:
- to raise awareness of Indigenous edible plants
- produce more native bush foods in the community
As local Indigenous specialists in the propagation, care and use of bush food plants, we can help you establish your own bush food garden.
Drawing on our extensive experience in the bush foods industry, we also provide Bush Food products.