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Perth Garden Festival 2015

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by S Lynn (subscribe)
A freelance writer and bargain hunter with wanderlust, recently moved to Perth from Brisbane.
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Green Thumbs Unite in Perth
Organised by the Nursery and Gardening Industry Western Australia (NGIWA), come celebrate its 43rd birthday as the Perth Garden Festival 2015 showcases its unique horticulture delights.

Located at McCallum Park, Victoria Park from the 30th of April to the 3rd of May, come visit Western Australia's longest running landscape, garden and outdoor living event.

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If you love nature and its beauty, come and admire the colours and stunning garden concepts at the Perth Garden Festival. There is live entertainment, demonstrations, music and food and drinks to delight the crowd as well as a daily seminar program featuring some of Perth's best horticultural experts.

The festival is a great place to feel inspired and purchase some plants to decorate your outdoor living space. Matt Daly, the first WA landscaper to be invited to exhibit at the Melbourne Flower and Garden show will be designing a masterful beautiful outdoor space. Other exhibitors include Beyond Gardens, Tim's Landscape Art, Way of Life Landscapes, Australian Native Nursery, Living Roses, Earth Carers and many more.

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Tickets cost $20 for adults and $14 for pensioners and seniors. Children under 5 can enter for free and from 6-16 tickets cost $5. Tickets can be purchased online or at the gates.

The festival is also pet friendly so bring your little friends along to enjoy the beautiful gardens. However, dogs are to be kept on a lead at all times and owners will need to clean up after their dogs.

Paid visitor parking is available next to the festival site for $5 with part proceeds donated to The Fathering Project charity and McCallum Park is highly accessible by public transport as it is a short distance from Victoria Park Transfer Station (500m walk).
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Why? Garden enthusiasts unite
When: 30th April to 3rd May
Where: McCallum Park Victoria
Cost: Free - $20
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