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2014 Dates Announced – Sept 4 – 7

The dates have been set for the 2014 Australian Garden Show Sydney, to be held once again in Sydney’s iconic Centennial Park. The show will officially launch the start of the floral and garden shows that take place each year throughout NSW and will be held over four days from 4 – 7 September, 2014.

Event Director, Anthony Bastic, AGB Events, will outline the show’s program in early 2014. “The 2014 Australian Garden Show Sydney promises to be a world-class outdoor event, which will once again attract the participation of highly respected international and Australian gardening experts.
We design the show so it is both inspiring and educational for gardening novices as well as the more experienced gardeners via our popular educational workshops and lecture series. The first week of spring is also the perfect time to showcase what nurseries and retailers have on offer and launch new plant releases.” he said.
Australia’s key gardening associations have once again endorsed the show. David Foster, CEO, Nursery & Garden Industry NSW & ACT Ltd (NGINA) believes, “As an industry association we represent the nursery and gardening industry, we believe the Australian Garden Show Sydney offers the very best opportunity for industry to showcase itself to a large public audience. Through the experience we gained via exhibiting at this year’s show, we can guarantee that this is a quality event with real gardens and real value”.
“Landscape NSW & ACT Association (LNA), the Industry Association of professional landscape contractors in NSW and within our nation’s capital is proud to support and participate in the 2014 Australian Garden Show Sydney. The event will enable visitors at a perfect time of year, to soak up inspiration for outdoor spaces from some of the most spectacular display gardens that they will ever see. On behalf of our members and the landscape construction Industry, we look forward to being part of this event and wish it to be a spectacular success,” said Joanne Aquilina, LNA Chief Executive Officer.