Mid-Mountains Garden Festival
- Sat Sep 10 - Sun Sep 18 2022
- Festival pass $22 for both weekends, kids under 16 enter for free with an accompanying adult ticket
If you're looking for something to do this spring in the Blue Mountains (and spoiler alert: we are!), the ultra family-friendly Mid-Mountains Garden Festival has got you covered. The festival returns this year with plenty of new gardens and some much-loved favourites from previous years; bringing the local and wider communities together once again. A true celebration of all things spring, local gardeners will once again show their generosity of spirit by sharing their gardens with the public.
Eight gardens from Linden to Lawson will be taking part: four old favourites and four newly discovered gems. Single tickets are available to enter particular gardens of interest, or a festival pass will allow visitors to take a trail to explore all eight unique gardens across two weekends.
Each class at Hazelbrook Public School will have created a special art project to be hidden in each garden. Take the kids on a garden trail as you search for them all, and receive a prize on completion.
A wide variety of plants including succulents, cottage plants, natives, fuchsias and more have been propagated from local gardens by the school’s greenhouse team, a group of parent volunteers and local gardeners. Available for sale at Tarraleah Garden and at 20 Mile Hollow cafe.
The Mid-Mountains Garden Festival has been an annual Spring celebration of beautiful gardens in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney since 1984. It remains Hazelbrook Public School’s main fundraising event, making valuable contributions to school improvements every year.
Where: Residential areas in Linden, Woodford, Hazelbrook and Lawson
When: 10th and 11th, 17th and 18th September 2022
Cost: Festival pass $22 for both weekends, kids under 16 enter for free with an accompanying adult ticket
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