Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show
Dates: 16 - 20 March 2016
Address: Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, 9 Nicholson Street, Carlton, Victoria 3053
Phone: 03 9864 1111 | Fax: 03 9864 1112
The Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, at the World Heritage Listed Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, is set to return with an explosion of colour and design and after 20 years still remains the biggest annual flower and garden show in the Southern Hemisphere!
The show will see the creativity and passion of Australia's top floral and landscape designers delivered in stunning displays as well as a strong environmental message for gardening in this climate .
Coupled with an extensive array of garden and floral retail products from rare and unusual plants to your old favourites, gardening tools to outdoor furniture, water tanks to floral art plus many new and innovative idea's for your garden, as well as great food and entertainment for the whole family, this is certainly a 'must see' event for all ages.
For more information about the show, including ticket information, please visit the Melbourne International Flower and Garden show website.
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Price & booking
Cancellation and booking policy
Tickets are not refundable, but will be considered in extenuating circumstances.
The Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens South are centrally located within Melbourne's CBD and are well serviced by public transport. The venue sits between Victoria, Nicholson & Rathdowne Streets in Carlton.
- Car park
- Courtesy transfer
- Child activities
- Coach parking
- Access without assistance for the disabled
- Parking for the disabled
- Toilet facilities for the disabled
- First aid equipment
- Sheltered area
The show is open from 9am to 5pm across the five days.
- Tourism Alliance Victoria
The show has a number of disabled parking spaces within close proximity to the disabled entrance, near the corner of Rathdowne & Queensberry Streets. Ramp access into the Royal Exhibition Building (REB) is provided and internal lifts allow disabled access to the Gallery level of the REB. For further details please visit the website.
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