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Spring Fair 2019

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Native plant sales, native animals, music, activities & more
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The poster below says it all. Spring Fair at Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden, 810 Pittwater Rd, Dee Why on Sunday 8 September 2019 from 9am onwards is definitely for the native garden lovers especially. Back to the Bush is this year's theme and as such there'll be native plant sales, and cultivation advice from members of the Stony Range Botanic Garden and Australian Plants Society Northern Beaches Group.

Be at the official opening at 10am and for the rest of the day enjoy lots of kids activities like face painting, treasure hunt, craft and more; plus no doubt the native animals will be a drawcard for the kids. There are also exhibitions to enjoy in native bees, a precious resource, photography, and sculpture. Stop for a sausage sizzle, a coffee and homemade cakes after a guided walk; along with live music to sing along to.


Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden is an oasis of Australian native plants and it's famous for its spring floral displays. Enjoy intricate walkways that'll take you to a variety of microclimates and the main circuit will probably take you approximately 20 mins to complete. The accessible sensory track allows people of all abilities to experience the Australian bush like never before. Signs along this track will point to plants you can touch, taste, smell and look at. Get into nature, relax and regenerate your whole being, or if you're energetic and inquisitive, there are side tracks for that too.

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Why? Spring Fair 2019
When: Sunday 8 September 2019 from 9am to 5pm
Where: Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden, 810 Pittwater Rd, Dee Why, NSW
Cost: Free Entry
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