A garden festival that nurtures the community

The Mid-Mountains Garden Festival is a biennial Spring celebration held in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. Private gardens are generously open to the public to raise funds for Hazelbrook Public School, a local primary school. This year, the Festival proudly celebrates 40 years since it was first established in 1984. It has become a much-loved community event which has continued with the joint efforts of local gardeners, businesses and parents of kids attending the school. All proceeds from this year’s Festival will go towards an essential upgrade of technology at the school. Come along to support Hazelbrook Public School and experience the Festival over two weekends: 14-15 and 21-22 September

The Festival Gardens

The Festival Gardens

Nine private gardens from Linden to Lawson will be open to the public, from charming native bush gardens to majestic park-style sanctuaries.

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The story behind the Festival

The story behind the Festival

Originally created by a garden owner and a parent, the Festival has continued for 40 years with the support of local gardeners and parent volunteers.

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Hazelbrook Public School

Hazelbrook Public School

This busy Blue Mountains primary school was established in 1945 and educates more than 350 local children from Kindergarten through to year 6.

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The P&C Committee extends their heartfelt thanks and gratitude to these garden owners for their generosity of spirit in being a part of the Festival and sharing their gardens in support of the local school community.