About Greenlink

Greenlink Box Hill Incorporated is a voluntary organisation that grows and sells plants that are indigenous to the greater Whitehorse area of Melbourne. Our activities focus on propagating plants at our nursery in Box Hill North and re-establishing them in their natural habitats. Greenlink works in conjunction with the City of Whitehorse Parks and Gardens staff. We sell plants to the public, community groups, councils and companies.

Address: 41 Wimmera Street Box Hill North 3129. Ph: 0479 121 653

All enquiries to be emailed to: greenlinkboxhill@gmail.com

COVID-19 UPDATE- NURSERY OPEN:  We are open and would love to see you back at the Nursery from Wednesday 3rd November. Our fully vaccinated workers will all be back to assist you.

Our click and collect service will continue to operate should you prefer to email your order to be picked up by arrangement on Tuesday or Wednesday mornings between 9am and 12pm.

IMPORTANT DATES: Greenlink will be closing over the Christmas period. The last day of operation will be Wednesday 22nd December, 2021 and we will reopen on Tuesday, 11th January 2022.

SATURDAY SALE DAYS for 2022 – 9th April, 21st May, 27th August, 1st October and 5th November, between  9 am to 1 pm. 

Plants $2.00 & $2.50 or Buy 5 get 5 free with the voucher from your Whitehorse City Council 2021 calendar if you are a resident of the City of Whitehorse.

NURSERY NORMAL OPEN DAYS:  Greenlink is open for sales on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings 9am to 12pm. During these times we will be following a strict COVID-19 Safe Plan as required by the State Government. In addition to having customers visit the nursery to purchase plants, Click and collect is also available and plant orders will be accepted via email. We will pack and have it ready for you during our normal open hours and would appreciate you providing an estimated pick up time when your order is confirmed.

Victorian Government requirements mean we need to record who is visiting the nursery at all times to help with quick contact tracing in the event of coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure.

On entry to the nursery:

  1. Scan the nursery’s unique QR code.
  2. Enter your contact details and ensure they are submitted successfully.
  3. If you’re having trouble with the QR code, or do not have a compatible phone we will request you to complete your details manually on a form for contact tracing records.
  4. Proof that you are double vaccinated will be checked on entry.

Safety requirements are in place, and you will need to keep 1.5m apart while you are in the nursery.

To help you select the appropriate plant for your project, go to “Our Plants” page where you will find a PLANT INFORMATION and PICTURES link to view all the plants we stock with details of height, width, aspect, soil and comments on the plants. We will provide you our bank details to pay for your plants prior to collection or you can pay by Eftpos/Creditcard facility when you collect your plants. Receipts or Invoices will be provided on request.

We offer Eftpos/Creditcard facility at the nursery  payment sign

Greenlink Nursery sign

Greenlink wishes to thank the Doncaster East Branch of Bendigo Bank for
their support in providing sponsorship and grant money enabling us to
improve our signage and presentation of plant rows as well as making many
upgrades to our Nursery.

Bendigo Bank sign

Aboriginal flags  Greenlink acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land that the nursery conducts business on and we pay our respect to elders both past and present.

ACNC Registered Charity Tick

Registered Charity No: A00018547D       ABN: 52 948 089 069