The #GrassyHeart is set to become the viral ‘romantic selfie’ sensation this Valentine’s Day in Sydney. Find your closest one and join in the fun!

This Saturday Sydneysiders will be able to discover four large-scale “Grassy Heart’s”. Here are the details on where to find your closest.

 

#GrassyHeart 1: Centennial Park

Head to historic Column Garden in Centennial Park to see a 16m wide radiating green #GrassyHeart. Take your selfie and share it with the world with our hashtag – #GrassyHeart.

Centennial Park

 

#GrassyHeart 2: Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney

Head to the lawn in front of the pyramid at the Royal Botanic Gardens to see a great red #GrassyHeart. Take your selfie and share it with the world with our hashtag – #GrassyHeart.

Don’t forget, you can also celebrate the “love apple” with the Tomato Festival on as well.

RBG Heart

 

#GrassyHeart 3: Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan

Head to the Lakeside Lawn at the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan (park in P3) to see a double loop #GrassyHeart. Take your selfie and share it with the world with our hashtag – #GrassyHeart.

Mount Annan

 

#GrassyHeart 4: Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah

Head to the Formal Lawn at the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden at Mount Tomah to see a cupid-inspired #GrassyHeart. Take your selfie and share it with the world with our hashtag – #GrassyHeart.

Mt Tomah

 


The #GrassyHeart project is a joint initiative of Botanic Gardens & Centennial Parklands.

 

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