In each spring, millions of tulips and annuals bloom in commonwealth park, Canberra overlooking Lake Burley Griffin. The event covers five glorious evenings in September which previously was only a day time event now includes NightFest. To see the Southern Hemisphere’s largest flower festival, over 5, 00,000 visitors visit to see the blooming tulips and flower beds showcase which is absolutely free to watch and to capture the images, an attraction for photographers.
Floriade returns for the 28th year in 2015 and will run from Saturday 12 September until Sunday 11 October. The festival is the result of hard work of many persons who work as a team, gardening according to the season and the pattern in which the flowers grow in order to make the sight worth watching and admirable. It takes months of planning to make these temporary flowerbeds and infrastructure. The festival doesn’t ends in the showcasing of flowers but also there are different activities for the visitors like cuddling the animals in small zoo or learning different tips from the renowned chefs.
The NightFest edition of Floriade started in 2008 and is continually spreading its enchantment for the past five years. This year, over five sensational nights from September 23 to 27, Floriade will bring itself with enthrallment and excitement because this year there is much more than just flower show. The night markets, classy sideshows, quirky circus acts, a silent disco, UV dance party, entertainment provided by local DJs, roving performances and comedy shows by top Aussie acts Hannah Gadsby and Joel Creasey in the Moonlight lounge will keep you in amazement for days to come. It is a golden opportunity for the families to hangout for fun filled amusement. Stunning and spectacular lightning bathe the flower beds, ponds and the mighty trees, as the moon rises over Commonwealth Park.
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