Providing local-provenance seed for West Gippsland revegetation

Volunteers at the West Gippsland Seedbank collect indigenous seed within a 30km radius of Warragul. The seed is cleaned, stored and sold for use in private and public revegetation projects.

Local-provenance indigenous seed

Ethical & best practice methods

A not-for-profit organisation

About the Seedbank

About the Seedbank

The Seedbank was established to collect and supply local-provenance, indigenous seed, and advocate for its use in revegetation projects.

Find out more about our association.

The seeds we collect

The seeds we collect

We collect seed from more than 60 plant species, all of which occur naturally in West Gippsland.

From small grasses to tall trees, find out about our seeds and how to buy them.

Volunteer with us

Volunteer with us

The Seedbank is operated entirely by volunteers, with a range of activities according to the season.

We always welcome new volunteers – find out about the rewarding work we do.

Seed collection is complete!

We’ve finished another successful seed collection season at the Seedbank.
Join our volunteers as we plan for the 2024-25 season!

With special thanks to our supporters

Logo: Baw Baw Shire Council
Logo: South Gippsland Seed Bank
Logo: Latrobe Catchment Landcare Network
Springsure Hill Landcare Group

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News from the Seedbank

Welcome to our new website

Welcome to our new website

We thank Riverbank Media for creating this modern and informative website, and hope you enjoy exploring what it has to offer. The West Gippsland…

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2023 President’s Report

2023 President’s Report

The Seedbank held its Annual General Meeting on 5 October this year. President Lorraine Hobgen shares her report of the Seedbank’s activities.

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Information & Resources

Getting started: plan your planting project

Resources and advice to help you plan your revegetation project in West Gippsland

What are 'indigenous' and 'endemic' plants?

Understanding these important botanical terms

Our history

Find out how the Seedbank started

A success story:

Seed collected just before Black Saturday Bushfires

From domestic backyard planting to large-scale revegetation projects, see how we can help.