Brisbane Event Calendar

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Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Dates: Friday 20th September – Sunday 29th September


Over 10 glorious days from September 20 to 29, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers will shine as Australia’s most beautiful event. Over 1,100 hectares of public parks and private gardens will be on display this year shining with over 180,000 bulbs and seedlings in full bloom. Gardeners across the city have been planning and planting over the past month to ensure everything blooms in a perfectly timed carpet of colour for the expected 250,000 locals and visitors who celebrate the event.  


This year 70th annual Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers opens on Friday 20th September with The Heritage Bank Festival of Food & Wine featuring a jaw dropping musical line up for the three-day event including Middle Kids, Bjorn Again, Queen Forever Cheap Fakes and the Voice himself – John Farnham!


The Heritage Bank Festival of Food & Wine also features over 50 produce and wine stalls celebrating flavours straight from the bountiful paddocks, orchards and vineyards of Southern Queensland Country region, cooking demonstrations by acclaimed Australian chef Adrian Richardson (La Luna, Good Chef Bad Chef), garden design talks by Dave Franklin of The Block fame as well as beer and BBQ master classes and incredible floral installations, led by the reigning Interflora World Cup champion, Brisbane-based Bart Hassam.


There’s also garden tours, Sideshow Alley filled with your favourite rides from childhood, talking pub tours, progressive foodie tours, arts and crafts show and more! There is so much to see and do at the 70th Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, we can’t list it all here. Jump on the website for the full program and to secure your tickets to all the first-class events!

Event Details
Date: 20-29 September 2019
Time: Events from 9am - 10pm

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