14 September - 13 October 2024

Australia’s Biggest Celebration of Spring

Floriade 2024 will burst to life in Canberra’s beautiful Commonwealth Park from 14 September – 13 October.

In its 37th year, Floriade embraces the theme of Art in Bloom, transforming the park into a vibrant tapestry of colour and creativity. For 30 enchanting days, visitors will witness a harmonious blend of horticulture and art, with garden bed designs inspired by painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, music, theatre and cinema.

This year’s program promises a feast for the senses with captivating artistic displays, live entertainment, musical performances, cultural celebrations, gourmet food and drink, horticultural workshops, bustling markets and recreational activities. Floriade 2024 invites you to immerse yourself in a world where nature and art collide, offering interactive experiences that spark creativity and joy for visitors of all ages.

NightFest will also return for four nights from 3 – 6 October, with an exciting program of after-dark entertainment and horticultural illuminations.

Want to Perform at Floriade?

Applications for school and community group performances at Floriade 2024 are now open.

Download an information pack and discover how you can be involved.

Floriade Community

Floriade Community is also returning in 2024 to once again make Canberra pop with colour in Spring.

Stay tuned to find out where all the Floriade Community locations will be in 2024.

Get Involved

There are many exciting opportunities available to be involved with Floriade. 

Join our volunteer team or apply to perform and help make our 2024 event a blooming success!

Presented By

Synergy Group is the official Presenting Partner of Floriade. Synergy Group is one of Canberra’s leading consulting and professional services firms.

Relive Floriade 2023

We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people as traditional custodians of the ACT and recognise any other people or families with connection to the lands of the ACT and region. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture, and pay respects to Elders past and present.