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Tulip Time, one of Australia's oldest and best loved floral festivals continues to grow as the region's largest event. Corbett Gardens, the centrepiece of the Festival is mass-planted with over 75,000 tulips, 15,000 annuals and an additional 40,000 tulips planted across the Shire.
Overall a celebration of stunning tulip displays, entertainment, special events
and premier private gardens, so essentially there's something on offer for
both young and the young at heart!
Here you will find information on:
Dates & Times, Entry Costs, Entertainment, Street Parade & Coaches/ Groups
TUESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER TILL MONDAY 1 OCTOBER 2018
Children 13-17yrs $7pp
Children - 12yrs and under - Free (accompanied by an adult)
Wingecarribee Residents - Free (identification required)
To be eligible for group pricing, pre-booking of visit is required
Groups of 20+ paying in one transaction $6pp
Driver/Guide/Carer - FOC when accompanying 20+group
A coach/bus drop off/pick up zone on Bendooley Street is provided for the convenience of pre-booked groups
2018 Details coming soon
CALLING EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FROM STALLHOLDERS FOR THE 2018 TULIP TIME FESTIVAL
Details on how to express your interest can be found below:
Wingecarribee Adult Day Care Centre and Dementia Australia have been announced as the charity partners for the 2018 Tulip Time Festival.
Well-known local celebrity, Noeline Brown has also been announced as the 2018 Tulip Time Ambassador.
Wingecarribee Adult Day Care Centres support the frail aged, disabled and socially isolated people in the community through the provision of programs and services for those affected by
dementia, their families and carers.
Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia. Simon Crowson, General Manager Fundraising, Dementia Australia, said "Dementia Australia is proud to be a charity partner and for the opportunity to raise awareness of the impact of Dementia in today's society".
Bob Constable, the Director and Chair of the Wingecarribee Adult Care Centres Extension Fundraising Committee, said "with the growing ageing population in the Southern Highlands there are not enough facilities to accommodate their needs, the 2018 Tulip Time Festival provides a great opportunity to raise the awareness of Dementia and the need for facilities to allow people to stay and be involved in the
community for longer with a sense of comfort and support.
It’s been a very exciting period for Tulip Time since the end of last year’s record
breaking Festival (38,000+ visitors); with the pinnacle being named as
World Tulip Festival of the Year by the World Tulip Summit Society (WTSS).
This accolade is even more impressive when you consider the competition consisted of
high profile festivals with huge budgets from some 17 countries as far afield as Asia, Turkey,
the United States and Europe - including Keukenhof in the Netherlands!
Whilst we obviously can’t go head to head with some of the other competitors in regard to size, it was
noted that we excelled in the promotion and celebration of the tulip flower across a range of criteria
including the quality of the tulip experience, level of innovation, contribution to the destination’s
sustainability and amount of public and media recognition.
An interesting fact that perhaps goes unknown is that annually Tulip Time attracts 65,000+ visitors
to the towns and villages across the region, with 38,000+ of these enjoying the festivities
in Corbett Gardens overall resulting in $7.2 million flowing into the regions visitor economy.
Download the below Press Release for additional information...
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