When winter begins to thaw, with leaves growing back on trees and flowers coming into full bloom, we want to celebrate the warmer weather and the world’s annual rebirth. And, come September, Australia’s biggest festival of spring will roll around.
Now in its 34th year, Floriade will once again fill Canberra’s Commonwealth Park with more than one million blooms.
But this month-long flower festival is more than just smelling the tulips. After a successful introduction last year which saw more than 80 community groups plant a stunning tulip trail through Canberra’s suburbs, the Floriade Community initiative will return with an additional 300,000 bulbs and annuals available.
While you’re in town, you may as well take the time to check out…