Australia’s Celebration of Spring

Floriade is back! Australia’s biggest celebration of spring, Floriade, will celebrate its 34th year with a spectacular display of over 1,000,000 blooms in Commonwealth Park from 11 September – 10 October 2021.

Canberra will also be bursting with colour in town centres and suburbs across the city, as Floriade Community returns.  

Stay tuned for more information on our 2021 festival!

Floriade Community

Floriade Community was introduced in 2020 as part of Floriade: Reimagined and saw more than 80 community groups plant bulbs and annuals to help create a tulip trail through Canberra’s suburbs.  

Following the overwhelmingly positive community response, an additional 300,000 bulbs and annuals have been made available for the community to plant, nurture and enjoy.

Get Involved

There are many exciting opportunities available to be involved with Floriade, including as a volunteer, market stallholder, food vendor, artist or sponsor.

Applications are now open.

Fitness At Home

This Floriade fitness workout is suited for all levels and includes variations to suit your skill level. Workout along with Nikole as she leads and guides you through this full […]

Worm Farming and Composting

Join Ryan and Zoe from The Canberra Environment Centre in the Floriade: Reimagined workshop and learn about composting and setting up your own worm farm. Worm farms are a great […]

Purple flowers

Nature Journaling: Create a visual art diary of your Floriade experience

Experience Floriade: Reimagined through Nature Journaling! Learn how to create a visual art diary of ‘Floriade: Reimagined’ with NatureArt Lab. Artist and founding Director Julia Landford will step you through […]

Let’s Talk with Dan Bourchier – Bush food, medicine and foraging in your local area

Hosted by Dan Bourchier, join our local panel with Adam Shipp (Wiradjuri man) from Yurbay and Tracey Bool, Canberra Horticulturalist as they connect you to local food and medicine plants from the region.

Wicking Beds

Have you ever wondered how you can make your vegetables grow like crazy without spending the whole summer watering? Or maybe you would like to take a summer holiday without […]

Everlasting Wildflowers for the Home

Join Narelle Phillips, Floristry teacher at the Canberra Institute of Technology to create a unique and long lasting arrangement for the home.

Companion Planting In Your Garden

Join local horticulturist and Canberra Weekly gardening writer Tracey Bool as she shares her passion and knowledge about companion planting in your garden.

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