Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Flower Power Brings a City Alive; Toowoomba's Famous Carnival Is Now in Its 68th Year

Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Flower Power Brings a City Alive; Toowoomba's Famous Carnival Is Now in Its 68th Year

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Byline: Kate Dodd

EVENT DETAILS

Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers: September 15 to September 24

Check the program at tcof.com.au or on facebook.com.au/CarnivalFlowers

Details of all organised garden tours, including the morning and afternoon

Guided tours are available, book online at tcof.com.au

Book tickets for the Ergon Energy Food and Wine Festival, including the Heritage Bank Live Concert Series, at tcof.com.au.

Flowers and garden events

Grand Central Parade: September 16

The Chronicle Garden Competition: September 15-24

St Luke's Flower and Music Festival: September 15-20

Toowoomba Clivia Society Show: September 15-20

Native Orchid Society of Toowoomba Spring Show: September 15-18

Ikebana display: September 16-24

Toowoomba Orchid Society Show: September 15-19

Toowoomba Bonsai Group Annual Show: September 15-17

Bromeliad Society Show: September 16-18

Twilight Tours of Laurel Bank Park: September 18-21

Morning garden tour: September 15-24

Afternoon garden tour: September 15-24

Full-day grand parade and garden tour: September 16

CBD and architecture walking tour: September 20-24

150 Years of Rail Walking Tour: September 21-23

Darker Side of Toowoomba Walking Tour: September 23

The Chronicle exhibition gardens: September 15-24

PREPARE your petals, ready your ears and cleanse your palates because the 68th Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers has unveiled its program of music, food, fun, wine, floral art and gardening.

Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio said the carnival was, and would continue to be, a stand-out event on the Australian calendar.

"This year's floral program once again is a testament to our bold ambition for this event, promising breathtaking displays of botanic brilliance across floral exhibits, fresh flower markets, glorious garden tours and more," he said. …

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