Goyder Gardens Burra and Beyond
Goyder gardens is an event for garden lovers who enjoy seeing what inventive home gardeners can create and share. Set in South Australia's Mid North, it's a beautiful weekend away during spring before our long hot summers.
Tickets this year have an all inclusive fee, book yours soon and accommodation which is always at a premium. If you haven't been before, you may wish to do some research into the many historical attractions the region has to offer. Country areas tend to be independant in their lifestyle, gardening is a favoured pastime along with the arts.
tickets $20 - childern under 16 free.
Nature Journaling free to garden ticket holders.
This year we'll have a different speaker, Mark Barnett, a garden designer and advocate of climate compatible gardening choosing the right plants. He has created a beutiful garden in Appila where it survives long hot summers and cold winters. He will speak on Saturday afternoon, so don't miss a chance to ask questions.
A new addition is a Nature Journaling workshop with Emma Lewellyn. Only 20 spots available. See tickets
'A Beginner's Guide to Nature Journaling'
This fun & engaging workshop is perfect for gardeners, plant lovers, or anyone wishing to dip their toes into the wonder-filled world of nature journaling.
Emma will guide participants through simple exercises so that you can begin recording the beauty within your garden and beyond.
No experience or 'artistic ability' required. Materials are supplied.
Places are limited. This workshop is free - fees waived.
South Australia at its best.
Everyone's favourite Sophie Thomson will be back again, talking about keeping your garden cool in summer. She'll have a fabulous display of her ideas at the Royal Adelaide Show, what a great opportunity to hear her talk about her work and share ideas.
Make sure you're there to listen to these presenters with their modern approach to gardening which encompasses both lifestyle and climate.
There'll be music, food, stalls, plants, garden art and a display of stationary engines in one garden for the mechanically and historically inclined.