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Redlands Bonsai Society Show

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I don’t trust a Bonsai tree - they are a little shady
Bonsai is a hobby dating back hundreds of years that originated in China, though is now considered a Japanese art form. The word 'Bonsai' means 'Tree in Tray', and is the art of shaping trees to represent nature in miniature.

Roger Lunt, Brisbane's Bonsai Man says " Ultimately, Bonsai is not about shaping and growing trees, it is a medium used to practice the art of caring about something unselfishly all of your life, to give to the next generation. We must all become custodians of the planet, for the art to continue and have meaning".

Are you intrigued to learn more?

The Redlands Bonsai Society is holding their annual show on Sunday, 3rd of November, considered to be one of the biggest one day bonsai shows in South East Queensland.

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There will be a variety of mature bonsai trees on display as well as a vast sales area of trees, pots and tools to introduce you to this fascinating hobby.

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Example of Bonsai


Redlands Bonsai Society is a not for profit community organisation that brings together enthusiasts and practitioners of bonsai to share, enjoy, learn and celebrate the ancient art of bonsai, as well as enjoy the social interaction and friendship that comes with it. They have a particular interest in promoting the use of Australian Native species for bonsai.

The exhibition will be held at the Donald Simpson Centre at 172 Bloomfield Street, Cleveland. Doors open at 9am and close at 4pm.

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Entrance to Donald Simpson Centre


Entry fees are as follows:
Adults: $4
Concession: $3
Kids Under 15: Free

Refreshments will be available for purchase on the day and there is plenty of off-street parking.

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Parking is not an issue and it's FREE
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Why? An opportunity to bask in the beauty of Nature.
When: 9am till 4pm
Phone: Geoff. 0418 156 940
Where: Donald Simpson Centre, 172 Bloomfield Street, Cleveland
Cost: Adults: $4 Concession: $3 Kids under 15: Free
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