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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Floriade ends but tulips continue to brighten the city

Floriade is over for another year, and while it was a slightly different celebration this year in the form of Floriade: Reimagined, the flowers remained the same, lighting up Canberra’s suburbs as...

NightFeast: a tasty way to support local business

NightFeast is all about supporting local food businesses that have been doing it tough in 2020 after fires, hailstorms and COVID-19.

Floriade: Reimagined has lots more fun in store

This coming week, Floriade: Reimagined will see a NightFeast, donut puffs by the lake, a chat about bush food, gnomes galore and more.

Tulip Top digital series goes live

What started with a simple question to their Facebook followers has ended with a digital season pass to Tulip Top Gardens this spring.

Cockington Green Gardens shares a little Floriade love

Cockington Green Gardens is ready to kick off as one of Floriade’s homes away from home this Saturday, as the much-anticipated reimagined event kicks off.

Canberra-wide Tulip Trail leads Floriade: Reimagined

The million bulbs and annuals that would typically beautify Commonwealth Park have been rearranged across Canberra for Floriade: Reimagined.

Spring school holiday activity guide

Check out our school holiday activity guide and discover activities and attractions in Canberra that offer fun for all the family.

Underground Spirits unveils Floriade-inspired pink gin

Canberra’s own Underground Spirits has unveiled a new limited-edition pink gin in collaboration with the Territory’s annual flower festival, Floriade. The annual spring festival will look a little different this year due to...

Tulip Top Gardens prepares to go digital

Tulip Top Gardens won’t let COVID-19 restrictions stop them from delivering their popular tulip garden experience to the public – even if it means revamping its entire business model.

Icon Water helping Floriade to flourish

Icon Water has agreed to help all the Floriade Community participants with water for their garden beds after being approached for assistance by the Kingston Barton Residents Association to help water their plantings around the Kingston shops.

Hughes Preschool grows community spirit

The weather was cold and gloomy but there were plenty of reasons to smile as students from Hughes Preschool set about planting some Floriade bulbs for residents of St Andrews Village. The Preschool...

Many hands make light (bulb) work

It was a case of many hands make light work planting spring bulbs and annuals in and around Kingston today as part of the ACT Government's plan to spread the colour of...