Events

April

Easter – Nursery closed Good Friday. Open Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Easter Sunday 10am – The Annual Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt !For over 5 years, Gardenworld has held our annual egg hunt in the nursery on Sunday morning. This is for young children only, and we will ensure that all attendees have the opportunity to find an egg or three. 

 

Easter is also a great time to get out in the garden. Getting plants in before the cold of winter gives them a chance to get established before it gets cold and then they can jump away in spring.

We also have a huge range of roses, fruit trees and shrubs – all displayed in full sun and not under shade cloth. Hardy and ready to plant.

May

11th Mother’s Day – Gardenworld Cafe the place to be. Breakfast from 8.30 Lunch from noon. Bookings essential on 9769 1019

June

Bare root fruit tree season. For the biggest range of fruit trees at the best prices, this is the month to buy a fruit tree at Gardenworld.

July

School Holidays – Reptiles on Show- 30th June to 4th July and 7th July to 11th July

August

Orchid Month – Come and see one of the world’s biggest displays of flowering orchids. On show and for sale all month at Collector’s Corner.

September

Cactus flowering season begins. Bizzare flowers, sometimes bigger than the plant itself. Come and see these horticultural wonders for the next 2 months.

October

Coming Soon

November

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December

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The Dinosaurs

Come and see our dinosaurs. You will learn about these prehistoric creatures. These giant model dinosaurs are up to 4 metres high and look extremely life like. Bring your camera along and get some great shots with the kids.



Come and see the bonsai display, cactus garden and water gardens.

Why not call into the cafe afterwards for a bite to eat. Much of the food is baked fresh daily, on the premises.

See the lagoon at Lotus Watergardens, and the fat barrel cactus at Collectors Corner.

Start your very own bonsai tree. Many bonsai’s grown in asia are traditionally handed down from generation to generation. Some of them are over 300 years old. Why not start growing your own legend?

They’ve become a great tourist attraction, but many locals also love to have a wander and enjoy the display.

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