Month: July 2018

What’s the festival all about?

What’s the festival all about?

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

This year the Theme is Getting Creative in the Garden, and there will be a host of activities, talks and hands on presentations to inspire your creative talents!

Click here for the full program of events, talks, special events and Open gardens

This year the Festival’s resident gardening celebrity is Costa Georgiadis – the man with the unmistakable beard, and most recognisable smile. Costa will have visitors to the Nannup Flower & Garden Festivals’ 4-day extravaganza in fits of laughter with his entertaining antics live on the main stage. Costa’s message of sustainability, conservation, the environment, education, love, happiness, permaculture, and community is sure to free your inner ‘wild’.

Click here for where to find Costa over the weekend – as well as kids events – including appearances by Costa the Garden Gnome!

Gardening darlings Sabrina Hahn and Deryn Thorpe will be wandering through local gardens and taking tours along the lush banks of the spectacular Blackwood River. ‘Meet the Chefs’ Guy Jeffreys, Alysha Sladden and Mark Pipkin are back by popular demand whipping up delicious meals with ingredients harvested straight from the garden.

Costa, along with local expert Dr. Bob Longmore and all-time favorites’ Deryn Thorpe and Steve Wood will team up to answer all your Q&As in the Main Marquee.- 


Click here to read more about our 2018 Special Guests…

Plus, as always, the magnificent displays of Tulips!  

With plenty to do for the whole family, don’t miss the Nannup Flower & Garden Festival Thursday, 16 August to Sunday, 19 August 2018.

To all our visitors, thank you for your continued support, from visiting the Town Hall, wandering through the Open Gardens, listening to a talk to meandering down the stalls or enjoying the High Tea. Your enthusiasm never wavers!

There is a wide range of experiences, Many are FREE! There is a small admission charge for the Great Hall of Flowers, with the admission price for seniors discounted across the entire festival weekend! Our open gardens request a small donation to assist with the costs of presenting their gardens at such a high standard.


  •  Tulip displays in the main street – As always, a key feature of the Festival.
  • The Great Hall of Flowers display  – Truly the jewel in the Festival crown. Seniors $3 General $5 under 13 FREE
  • A large array of market stallholders


Here’s 5 FREE things you can do during the festival!

  1. Stroll the streets & check out the planters & barrels full of flowers
  2. Learn about gardening in one of the free talks, Science Week demonstrations, presentations and Q&A panels
  3. Stroll past stalls with stocked with plants, produce and artisan products
  4. Catch the Quilt and Craft Exhibition at Community House
  5. Admire the Vintage Car display



Looking for more info on Nannup or would like to enquire about accommodation?

Contact Nannup Tourism
Phone: 9756 1901

Still looking for inspiration? Be sure to like and follow our Facebook page! There is such a load of things going on that we really couldn’t fit them on this page without you wearing out your mouse wheel or getting a blister on your finger!

Posted by Mark Wyncoll in Festival

Farm Tours

2018 Farm Tours

Southern Forests Honey – 429 East Nannup Road 

Kicking off 10:30 Thursday – Sunday of the festival.

Farm Tour Bus leaves Nannup Town Hall at 10.15 am $3 pp Daily or self-drive and follow the bus

Listen, Learn, Ask & Taste your way through our established Beekeeping operation amongst our 20 acre property. Approx 45mins

Owners: Simon and Sarah Green 9756 0900

Click here to read more about Southern Forests Honey!

Cost $4  Honey tastings and sales available.


Jarrah Glen Cabin – Rodda Road, Jalbarragup 

1:30pm Thursday 16th and Friday 17th ONLY

A bus to the property will leave Nannup at 1.00pm

 Set in 160 acres natural bus & farmland. Big variety of people friendly animals. Sustainable growing, aquaponics, fruit orchard, veggie, wicking beds. Sample our homemade produce and walk amongst our new garden filled with tulips & bulbs. Entry $5 includes Tea/Coffee cake & biscuits.

 Owners: Ian Glasspool & Judy Washington 9756 0390

Posted by Mark Wyncoll in Festival