Garden Entries

Garden entries for 2019 are now closed, however have a look at our guidelines and fill in an Expression of Interest for 2020 and we shall be happy to talk to you about it.

You are invited to open your garden as part of our Festival of Gardens 2020. You will need to register your garden for inclusion in the Gardivalia Program and on the Gardivalia Website for 2020.

Currently the Forms are for 2019, but they will give you a guideline.

Download the 2019 Garden Entry Form (5 pages). Click on this Link  2019 Garden Registration Form   Fill it out, take a copy and send a copy to us with your photos. We shall come and visit you and your garden and answer any questions you may have. If you cannot download the form send us an email to: registrations@gardivalia.com.au and request the form be emailed or posted to you.

Criteria for Open Gardens in Gardivalia 2019

Participants who have registered an Expression of Interest or registered  their garden for Gardivalia 2019 will be contacted closer to the time. We will organise a committee member to visit your garden to discuss the criteria for gardens participating in Gardivalia and to answer any questions you may have.

Garden Entry Price Guidlines: Generally a smaller, town garden that holds visitor interest for about 15 mins would charge a $5 entry fee. Children free

Generally a garden with acreage and holds visitor interest for 20 minutes and longer would charge a $10 entry fee. Children free

However, some small gardens may have collections and rare plants and other reasons that hold the interest of visitors, and may wish to charge $10 entry. Children Free.

Some Gardeners may also wish to give a Seniors or Pensioner concession, this would only apply to the $10 entry fee and would reduce it to a $5 entry fee.

The entry price is the choice of the Gardener and these are guidelines only.

For queries email  registrations@gardivalia.com.au

Registrations close on 10th June 2019

  

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