Kelly Bramhill has worked at the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium since 2015 in a variety of roles in the Public Programmes team. Kelly has a multidisciplinary background with experience in public programming, community engagement, education and training delivery in scientific and cultural institutions. With a background in compliance and operational management in the Vocational Education sector she has work in both private and public institutions across the United Kingdom and Australia.
Treenet Symposium Speaker
Santos Museum of Economic Botany
The last of its kind in the world, the Museum of Economic Botany is home to a fascinating collection, much of which dates back to the original Museum which opened over 130 years ago.
This guided tour will take you back in time to 1881 where you will delve into the importance of plants in our lives; past, present and future.
Learn how plants have been used by communities across the world for food, fabrics, medicine and a plethora of other fascinating reasons.