The Weekend's Exciting Program & Events

 

Attractions

The Joan Falvey Camellia Hall will feature a Japanese theme with displays of both Bonsai and Ikebana

Taste tea from a samovar at the TEA-WOOMBA display and find your favourite flavour

Inspirational guest speakers: Jerry Coleby-Williams, Claire Bickle & Brian Sams

Regional plant nurseries & specialist growers Large range of camellia plants for sale

Great range of gardening tools and machinery

Toowoomba Hospice craft & baked goods stall

Combined motor cycle and car club displays

Toowoomba Bonsai Group Display

Local produce & products

Japanese Tea Ceremony

Local entertainment

Various food stalls

 

The show opens each day at 9am along with a club display of classic cars and motorcycles

The Speakers Tent Program for Saturday and Sunday

Saturday 15th

  9.15 - 10.15  Jerry Coleby-Williams

10.30 - 11.00  Japanese Tea Ceremony

11.00 - 11.25  High Altitude Harmony

11.30 - 12.30  Claire Bickle

12.45 -   1.45  Brian Sams

  2.00 -   2.30  Choral Society

  2.45 -   3.45  Jerry Coleby-Williams

Show closes at 4pm

Exciting Queensland release of a new Paradise Camellia

Without giving too much away before the release, perhaps the following details will spike your interest.
This beautiful camellia is early flowering and will flower all through autumn and winter. The plant habit is elegant, slender and upright with petite green foliage. It is suitable for hedges and ideal for display tubs, mass planting and feature planting.

Sunday 16th

  9.15 - 10.15  Jerry Coleby-Williams

10.30 - 11.30  Claire Bickle

11.30 - 12.00  Japanese Tea Ceremony

12.15 -   1.15  Jerry Coleby-Williams

  1.15 -   2.15  Claire Bickle

  2.30 -   3.00  After 5 Vocal Ensemble

  3.00 -   3.15  Red Hatters Parade

          -   3.15  Celebrity Flower Arranging

Show closes at 4pm

The Japanese Tea Ceremony

The camellia plant has an important place in tea culture throughout the world, so join our traditional Japanese tea ceremony to sample the tea and learn more about camellia cultivation.