Floriade has now come to an end for 2021.

The gates of Commonwealth Park have closed, and our Floriade: Reimagined and Floriade Community planted sites out in the community have finished blooming. We hope you had a chance to see the flowers, but if not, we have a range of video tours through Commonwealth Park showcasing the flowers and garden bed designs! Check out the videos here.

As you know, things were a little different this year to comply with health directions. We hope you enjoyed the flowers in Commonwealth Park if you were able to visit safely, and the Floriade: Reimagined and Floriade Community planted sites that bloomed through the Canberra region.

You can still explore the Floriade On-Demand library and enjoy the vast range of gardening tips and tricks, horticultural knowledge and kids’ activities that will live on well past this year’s flower festival.

We hope you can join us at Floriade, Australia’s biggest celebration of spring, next year from Saturday, 17 September to Sunday, 16 October 2022.

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Floriade Community

Floriade Community returned in 2021, with 300,000 bulbs and annuals planted and cared for by 100 schools, community groups and organisations in their local area, for the community to enjoy.

Floriade Video Tours

This year, you can experience Floriade from home as we bring the beauty of mother nature to you through video tours of Commonwealth Park and the Floriade Reimagined sites. Watch the videos now.

You can also view beautiful images of Commonwealth Park in our image gallery or enjoy images taken by our Floriade fans in the gallery at the bottom of this page.

Floriade On-Demand

Experience Floriade On-Demand with podcasts, videos and other online resources.

Explore the on-demand library and benefit from the vast range of gardening and horticultural knowledge and kids’ activities. This year we are excited to present Floriade: The Future of Flowers podcast series.

Garden Bed Designs

Each year the Floriade garden beds are designed to reflect a new theme. To get a real appreciation of what was on display in Commonwealth Park this year, explore the details of each of the beds to learn about the diverse range of blooms that were planted to create the intricate designs.

Follow #Floriade for Spring Scenes

Enjoy these images taken by our Floriade fans and check out our image gallery for more beautiful pictures of Commonwealth Park.