The Bloomin' Tulips Festival at Wynyard on the northern coast of Tasmania is being held on 14 October 2017. The annual celebration of everything that is colourful, beautiful and charming about this astonishingly fertile region will open on Saturday, then follow up with a series of related events for the following three weeks.
Visitors can walk through Table Cape, the largest cultivated tulip fields in the southern hemisphere, and also enjoy a superb floral showcase, art exhibition, and refreshments.
Bulbs, flowers and potted colour are also for sale at the Table Cape tulip farm for keen flower-watchers.
Less horticultural visitors can take part in a full day of free entertainment, kids activities and rides, as well as a multitude of food and beverage stalls, all set in the beautiful Gutteridge Gardens on the banks of the Inglis River.
To round off the day, the event will finish up with a bang - a fireworks display at 9pm. Just over an hour’s flight from Melbourne – or a drive from nearby Launceston - Wynyard is well worth a visit to some of Australia’s most unspoilt natural regions; it is only about an hour from the stunning Cradle Mountain National Park.
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