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Time: July 12, 2019 to July 14, 2019
Location: Nambour Showgrounds
Street: Coronation Ave
City/Town: Nambour
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Event Type: expo
Organized By: QGE
Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2019

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Event Description

Australia’s largest sub-tropical garden expo is back for another bumper year and once again the event will be overflowing with information, inspiration and innovation! 

2019 marks the event's 35th Anniversary and we hope you can come and join us in celebrating!

With so many fantastic exhibits already booked in you can be sure that there will be a huge range of garden tools, books, garden ornaments, pots, garden furniture and much, much more. You can also look forward to some beautiful landscape display gardens, stunning floral arrangements and don't forget PLANTS, PLANTS and more PLANTS!.

This year we are also excited to launch our all new Sunday Program which includes a series of hands-on creative classes and practical workshops. Whether you’re a seasoned green thumb or a first time gardener, there really is something for everyone at the Expo.

Be sure to purchase your tickets, mark 12-13-14 July in your diary and start planning now for another 3 days of gardening fun!

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Comment by Lainie P on March 4, 2019 at 14:54

Met Jamie Durie there last time I went (which would have been a good decade ago now!) - and I remember my daughter loving being able to hold a snake there too!

From memory, that was probably the only time I've been to that show; wouldn't mind going again at all! (Just have to see if I can get there, not being much of a driver...)

Comment by Elaine de Saxe on February 26, 2019 at 9:48

This is a great show. Time well spent. Highly recommended :-)

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