2019 Mid-Mountains Garden Festival:
September 14-15 and 21-22, 10am-4pm
All gardens $25
Single garden $5
Eftpos facilities will be available for ticket sales at Tarraleah in Hazelbrook and at 20 Mile Hollow – Cafe and Produce in Woodford.
All other garden gates accept cash only.
This year’s Mid-Mountains Garden Festival will feature 10 stunning gardens in Hazelbrook, Woodford and Linden in the Blue Mountains.
Local gardeners are working hard to prepare their gardens for visiting garden lovers from the Blue Mountains, Sydney and around NSW. Find out more about the 10 gardens in this year’s festival
Plant sales: There will be plenty of plants for sale at the gardens Tarraleah in Hazelbrook and Banool in Linden, plus at 20 Mile Hollow Cafe in Woodford.
All plants have been propagated from local gardens by the school greenhouse team, and are ready to plant.
There will be a huge selection of plants for sale, including:
• Cottage plants
• Herbs – and much more!
The greenhouse volunteers are parents of school students with a variety of experience in plant propagation and gardening. Plants that are hardy and suited to local conditions are chosen for propagation.
Scarecrow competition: When you’re visiting Glenalva in Hazelbrook, keep a look-out for scarecrows created by our students, and please vote for the best one!
Creative kindy pots: Pots painted by the Kindergarten students from Hazelbrook Public School will be available for sale at Banool.
Hot drinks and snacks: Tea, coffee and light snacks will be available at Tarraleah over both weekends.
Music performances: Hazelbrook Public School recorder group will be performing both Sundays at 1pm at Kingscliff.
About the Mid-Mountains Garden Festival
The Garden Festival raises much-needed funds for students at Hazelbrook Public School, and brings the school, the broader community and like-minded gardening enthusiasts together.
The mid-Blue Mountains area is located just over an hour’s drive west of Sydney, NSW.
We look forward to meeting new and long-term visitors to some fabulous mountains gardens at this year’s garden festival!