We are looking forward to Getting Creative in the Garden in 2018

 – Keep an eye out for more info soon! 

Thanks to everyone involved in the 2017 edition of the Nannup Flower & Garden festival, whether you attended, volunteered, sponsored, donated, reposted on Facebook or simply mentioned it was on to someone – thanks to you all it was an awesome weekend.

Held in one of the most naturally beautiful parts of the world, the Nannup Flower & Garden Festival took inspiration from the South West landscape to spread the message that we should all enjoy our gardens as ‘living sanctuaries’and look towards the future to ‘Save the Planet One Bee at a Time’.


A big thanks to our celebrity chefs and garden experts  – Anna Gare, Sabrina Hahn, Guy Jeffreys, Steve Wood, Deryn Thorpe, Josh Whiteland, Alysha Sladden and all out local presenters for part of the Festival and sharing their experience, tips and tricks to help those who attended create their own Sanctuary.  

Our sponsors and supporters make this event possible – without them we would have never made it past 2 years, let alone 2 decades! Please  support those who support the Festival!


Not to mention the magnificent displays of Tulips!  

What to do next?

Firstly, reserve the date for the 2018 Nannup Flower and Garden Festival – Getting creative in the Garden over 4 great days Thursday 16th – Sunday 19th August 2018. Also, for all the latest info, tidbits and gardening whimsy be sure to follow our FaceBook page! Also tell your friend about our little corner of the world!

What’s the festival all about?

What’s the festival all about?

There’s a load of activities, visual delights and opportunities to learn, grow and simply be entertained during the Nannup Flower and Garden Festival.

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Info for prospective stallholders

Thank you for your interest in the 2018 festival!

– we are currently working on details and layout, information to follow in a few months.
The new 2018 Stalls Application Form will be available in March.
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