Floriade returns with the Sounds of Spring!
Saturday 17 September – Sunday 16 October
Commonwealth Park, Canberra

Entry to Floriade is free. Gates open 9am – 5.30pm every day.

Last admissions 5.15pm.

During NightFest (29 September -2 October) last admissions to Floriade will be at 5pm.

NightFest gates open at 6.30pm and close at 10.30pm. Last admissions to NightFest 10pm.

All the info you need to enjoy your time at Floriade

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Floriade welcomes a new Presenting Partner!

Synergy Group will be the official Presenting Partner of Floriade for the next three years.

Synergy Group is one of Canberra’s leading consulting and professional services firms and through this partnership with Floriade, Synergy Group will also support two local charities, SEE Change and Raw Potential.

Find more information on Synergy and all our valued sponsors here.

Floriade Competitions

Get some spring in your step and win amazing prizes in the lead up to Floriade! We are currently running two great competitions, so it’s time to #FollowFloyd and #FindFloydsFamily for a chance to win a VIP experience at Floriade.

Find out more on how to enter and the prizes you could win!

Floriade Community Img - Pink Tulips

Floriade Community

Whilst the flowers and festival return to Commonwealth Park for Spring 2022, the residents of Canberra also get to play a part with the return of the popular Floriade Community. Over 300,000 bulbs and annuals have been distributed to community groups, schools and organisations to plant out in their suburbs, bringing bursts of colour to the whole city.

Dogs’ Day Out

Dogs’ Day Out is an annual highlight of the program, a special day when visitors can bring their furry friends along to Floriade and frolic amongst the flowers. Dogs’ Day Out will be held on the final day of Floriade, Sunday 16th October.

More info on Dogs’ Day Out available here.

Dogs Day Out img - 2 dogs in front of garden bed

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people, and their continuing connection to land and community. We pay our respects to them, and to Elders both past and present.