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Last week Australian Philip Johnson’s show garden took top honours at the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show. A stunning achievement at such a prestigious event, and a great lead in to the inaugural Australian Garden Show Sydney that will be held in Centennial Park in September.

What’s the Australian Garden Show Sydney? Let’s find out…

Event launch…tick!

Recently we held the formal event launch at Centennial Parklands Dining. Read more here.

New website now live!

The event website is now live, so head straight to: www.australiangardenshow.com.au for all the information and to buy tickets.

Is there a Chelsea Flower Show link?

Certainly is! Andrew Fisher Tomlin is one of the most esteemed landscape designers in the world today. He is the current UK Garden Designer of the Year, a title he has now been awarded four times, and sits on the selection panel for the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show.

Andrew Fisher Tomlin at the event launch, showing a sneak preview of his 'September Sky' garden concept

Andrew Fisher Tomlin at the event launch, showing a sneak preview of his ‘September Sky’ garden concept

What are three compelling reasons to go?

Just three? OK…apart from a beautiful event set in the just as beautiful Centennial Park:

  1. Stunning show gardens – they promise to be inspirational and dazzling
  2. Insightful kitchen garden displays – sustainable gardening is the core theme of this event
  3. The Night Garden – as the sun goes down, the event site will transform into a dazzling illuminated night bar

We’ll release even more highlights and features as we get closer to the event.

When is the Australian Garden Show on?

Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 September 2013.

We hope to see you there!

Australian Garden Show Sydney concept image

Australian Garden Show Sydney concept image

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