Inaugural Brisbane International Garden Show in October

THE inaugural Brisbane International Garden Show will see Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine, transformed into a dedicated gardener's paradise during the four-day show between October 8 to 11.

Event highlights include a who's-who of gardening experts, a landscape show garden competition, a sustainable organic kitchen garden, more than 40 nurseries, entertainment, children's activities, great food and much more.

With a wide variety of lectures and demonstrations taking place every day, attendees will be provided with a wealth of information on everything from creating a thriving veggie garden and rearing chickens, right through to getting kids involved in the backyard fun.

The show is not only for stocking up on plants, you can access great gardening advice and improve your gardening skills thanks to the interactive nature of the event and the wealth of knowledge on offer.

The Brisbane International Garden Show will cater to every gardening need, whether you have a few pot plants or acreage or anything in between.

The event will provide access to the latest in gardening equipment and accessories as well as the much-anticipated release of new plant varieties.

Don't miss Queensland's most talented landscapers showcasing Queensland's true gardening style in the Landscape Show Garden Competition.

Well known and highly regarded landscape designer, Jim Fogarty will lead the Judging Panel and has set the competition guidelines that will bring this competition in line with other major gardening events.

As well as judging the Landscape Garden competition Jim will also deliver stage presentations each day of the event to share his knowledge of designing a landscaped garden.

This competition will really encourage landscapers to pull out all the stops and show off their creative flair, with Show attendees walking away feeling inspired and motivated to transform their own backyards.

The stylish and unique family event will showcase our inimitable Queensland gardening lifestyle and spotlight the state's love of outdoor spaces, design, wellbeing and lifestyle.

The Brisbane International Garden Show is another blossom firmly fixed in the city's cap and an exciting new major event for the Queensland capital's calendar.


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