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

Last year was a celebration of where we have come from, our memories of our nanna’s gardens bursting with flowers, playing on the old Hills Hoist as kids and being greeted by steaming apple crumble on a cold winters day. It’s now time to look towards the future to ensure we leave planet earth in a healthy condition so our own grandkids and their grandkids can enjoy the sanctuary of the outdoors and gardens too.

 

 

Anna Gare will head up a host of celebrity chefs and garden experts to share their experience, tips and tricks to help you create your own sanctuary. Check out the Garden and craft stalls at the weekend markets, see the latest in landscape trends, buy the newest plant releases and be inspired by stunning open garden displays.

Not to mention the magnificent displays of Tulips!  

What to do next? Check out what there is to see and do, book session tickets, check out the latest news, Presenter Bios, details on the program and insights. Be sure to take a look at the latest posts below or check out the Festival News menu.


 



What to see and do

There’s a load of activities, visual delights and opportunities to learn and grow during the 2017 Nannup Flower and Garden Festival.

Be sure to check back for the full program which will be available soon!

We have a  host of special guests attending the festival  –..

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Nannup Flower & Garden Festival 2017

‘Saving the planet one bee at a time’

Held in one of the most naturally beautiful parts of the world, the hugely popular South West event, the Nannup Flower & Garden Festival looks towards the future..

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Stallholder applications

STALLHOLDER UPDATE – Stall Applications closed 31 May 2017 – late entries are currently being processed. All stallholders will be notified whether they are successful or not by 16 June 2017.

Applications for Stalls relating to plants and Gardens may still be accepted. Any queries, please..

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