Calling all green thumbs! A popular garden and sustainability festival is set to make a return to the Gold Coast this weekend.
Botanical Bazaar will take over Country Paradise Parklands this Saturday and Sunday, with nature lovers encouraged to head to along to enjoy a variety of exhibitors, informative talks and hands-on workshops.
There will also be thousands of plants for sale, live music, food stalls and plenty of entertainment for the kids.
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“It’s the second biggest gardening and sustainability expo in Queensland,” event spokesperson Kate Kimmorley told myGC.
“We will have three speaking stages, with plenty on offer for gardening enthusiasts. There are going to be bands, lots of music and we have a whole area for kids as well.”
Guest speaker at this year’s Botanical Bazaar, Gavin Bullock said he is looking forward to meeting local gardening enthusiasts.
“It’s such a beautiful time of year here on the Gold Coast and a lovely time to get into the garden preparing for Spring,” he said.
“The Bazaar is such a great thing. I was lucky enough to speak here a couple of years ago. There is always a great turn out, the food is awesome, there is lots of music, smiles and heaps to learn.”
Rotary Gold Coast is once again hosting Botanical Bazaar, with profits raised set to go back into the community.
Tickets are required for entry to Botanical Bazaar, and start at $18 for adults, $5 for kids, and $45 for a family of 4. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: botanicalbazaargc.com.au/