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Kalamunda Garden Festival

Sunday September 1st from 10am to 3pm in Stirk Park, Kalamunda, WA

Dogs are not allowed in Stirk Park.

The Kalamunda Garden Festival is an exciting community event that is staged four times a year on the first Sunday of every season (autumn, winter, spring and summer).

We only accept gardening-related stalls. We’re all about celebrating gardening and presenting an enjoyable, abundant and meaningful event.

 

Purchase your tickets here: www.tinyurl.com/KGF-HappyGardening.

All tickets are $10 online. Children 16 years of age and under are free.

Buying your tickets online has loads of benefits:

* You’ll gain faster entry into the garden festival.

* You’ll go into the draw to win $500 worth of edible and medicinal plants from Kalamunda Plant Company.

* You’ll go into the draw to win a Seasol prize pack.

* Remember, there’s no added booking fee or handling fee when booking online (we’re covering those).

Your ticket price includes access to all talks from all our guest speakers.

Our preferred option is for tickets to be purchased online (as this helps to minimise queues and congestion), however tickets will be available at the gate all day.

All tickets are $10 at the gate. Children 16 years of age and under are free.

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Stallholders appearing at the Kalamunda Garden Festival.

This is currently being updated.

2WP Garden Tools

Argosee Greenhouse Technology

As You Wish Ceramics

Austech Illusions

Back N Chime

Barriclus Chattels

Birdlane

Bloomin’ Fun

Bonsai One, Two, Tree

Bonsai Plus

Botanica World Discoveries

Brendon’s Country Collection

Bridges by Lyne

Bromeliads WA

Brumby Australia

City of Kalamunda

Colin’s Garden Creations

Colour Patch Plants

Cord and Clove

Craft Partners

CT Gardens

Direct Bargain Warehouse

Down2Earth

Dragon Kiln Pots

DS Designs

Dsatco Premium Garden Products

Earth Sculptures Pottery

Elders Midland

Ellenby Tree Farm

Elvelly Herbal Clinic

Enchanted Items by Naomi

Fickle Prickles

Fire Pits and Garden Features

Fishbee Crafts

Fruit Tree Man

FunJobs Gardening Gloves

Georgina Steytler Photography

Herb Your Enthusiasm

Homestead Gardens Nursery

Incaberry

Jenny’s Pelargoniums and Geraniums

Kalamunda Plant Company

Karnup Nursery

Kiln and Cactus

Kim’s Plants

Lakehouse Nursery

Little Olive Farm

Luma Flow

Made For The Earth

Mahogany Creek Plants

Mal’s Rustic and Recycled Furniture

Mazenod College’s Recycling Station

Metal Garden Sculptures

Michelle’s Ceramics

MoonLit Plants

Mr Potplants

Muchea Tree Farm

Nad’s Thrifty Patch

Naizy Trees

Nectar Ridge

Northern Districts Orchid Society (NDOS)

Old Oak Nursery

Orchidup Orchids

Paul Vardy Art

Penguin Empress Studios

Perth Plant Laboratory

Pick Up Boards

Possums Run Glass Art

Quenda Creative

Razorback Sharpening Services

Redrock Nursery

Reptile Realms

Rewilding Suburbia

Ruby Blooms Rustic

Seasol – Plant Doctor

Seed Station

Shen’s Succulents

Silver Tree Designs

Soil Solver

Sticky Prick Bee Haven

Succulent Crazy Sisters

Succulent Planet

Supreme Plants

Susa’s Gardening Sanctuary

Sweet Pea Magical Miniatures

Terracotta and Wood

Terracotta-Pottas

The Elysium Collection

The Fragrant Frond

The FunGuy WA

The Home Plant Co

The Little Plant Stall

The Ornamental Tree Company

Thrive Sustainability

Tintuppa Nursery

Tra-Mi’s Plants

Treerings Australia

Tulips with a Difference

Urban Revolution

Utopia Plants

Vintage Garden Creations

Walkers Steel Art

Wick and Grow Perth

Wild Gaia Plants

Windhill Windmills

 

Plus our lovely food and drink vendors…

Athena Souvlaki – Greek food

El Aleman Loco

Fresh Turkish Gozleme

Funny Face Soft Serve

Hillbellies Burgers

Honey Creme

Kafe a Go Go

Lola’s Handmade Big Spring Rolls

Oma & Opa

OMG Decadent Donuts Perth Hills

Perk Up With Me Mobile Coffee

Porta Pizza

T Sisters Fresh Foods

The Juice Junky

A big thank you to the Kalamunda Plant Company.

The Kalamunda Garden Festival was started by and is run by the Kalamunda Plant Company.

Andrew from the Kalamunda Plant Company is a horticulturist, propagator and grower. He grows all his own plants and sells them online via www.kalamundaplants.com.au.

Andrew specialises in growing medicinal and edible plants. He offers over 500 varieties of culinary herbs, medicinal plants, sacred and ritual herbs, native food plants and vegetables, many of which aren’t found in most nurseries.

Andrew grows all his plants in natural, compostable coir pots. No plastic pots and no plastic plant labels are used.

Facebook: KalamundaPlants.

Festival Partners

Here are some of our special guests who joined us in 2023.

FAQs

What is parking like?

There’s minimal parking at Stirk Park. Guests usually use surrounding street parking or park in the townsite then walk down (about a five minute walk). We’ll have our usual Plant Crèche in action where guests can leave their purchases, go grab their cars then load up with ease. The City of Kalamunda may have parking inspectors patrolling so please double check you’re not blocking anyone’s driveways, obstructing footpaths or parking in areas with signage stating no parking. ACROD parking is located along Headingly Road.

Do you offer a free shuttle bus?

Yes. We offer a free shuttle bus back and forth from the City of Kalamunda Administration Carpark – 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda. First bus leaves the carpark at 9:30am. Last bus leaves the garden festival at 3:15pm. Bus runs roughly every 20 minutes.

Can I take public transport to the garden festival?

Yes. Transperth buses leave every thirty minutes from the new High Wycombe Train Station. Buses that leave at 18 minutes past the hour will drop you at the event and those that leave 48 minutes past the hour will drop you on Railway Road, then there’s a five minute walk down Lindsay Street to the garden festival. If you have a SmartRider card, you’ll get free transport on Sundays. Here’s a link to the Transperth Journey Planner: https://bit.ly/KGFJourneyPlanner

Can I bring my dog?

No. The City of Kalamunda doesn’t allow dogs in Stirk Park. Our event is fenced and we can’t allow dogs into the garden festival as it breaches our event approval agreement and any future garden festivals may not be given permission to proceed in that location if we don’t adhere to the rules.

Can I use EFTPOS at the event?

Yes. EFTPOS can be used all around the event. All stalls (except for two) take EFTPOS.

What is the Plant Crèche?

We’ll have our popular Plant Crèche service available again. You can leave your purchases at the Plant Crèche and we’ll take good care of them whilst you’re looking around the garden festival and enjoying the guest speaker talks. When you’re leaving the garden festival, go grab your car then come and load up. The Plant Crèche is shown on the map and located along Headingly Road.

Do you cater for people with various dietary requirements?

Yes. Here’s a list of our awesome vendors and a helpful key for anyone with dietary requirements.

Blender Bar (Retro milkshakes and smoothies). DF, GF, V, EF

Funny Face Soft Serve. DF, GF, V, EF

Hillbellies Burgers DF, GF, V, VE, NF

Honey Creme (Bubble tea / fresh fruit tea). DF, GF, V, EF

Kafe a Go Go. DF, GF, V, EF, NF

Lola’s Handmade Big Spring Rolls. DF, V, EF

Oma & Opa (German / European cuisine). DF, GF, V, VE, EF

Perk Up With Me Mobile Coffee. DF, GF, V, EF

Porta Pizza. DF, GF, V, EF, NF, H 

Spud Wagon. DF, GF, V, VE, EF, NF

T Sisters Fresh Foods (Asian street food). DF, GF, V, VE, EF

The Juice Junky. DF, GF, V, EF

Viking Waffles. H

Who’s Ya Doggie? (Gourmet hot dogs). DF, GF

Key:

DF – Dairy Free Options 

GF – Gluten Free Options 

V – Vegetarian Options

VE – Vegan Options 

EF – Egg Free Options 

NF – Nut Free Options

H – Halal Options

Is the garden festival wheelchair accessible?

Yes. The garden festival is held in a park. There are some concrete paths but the majority of the event is on grass. There is a very gradual slope in some areas. We install a ramp at each event to ensure access to all areas.

Who runs the Kalamunda Garden Festival?

Andrew and Mandy, a local husband and wife team, run the Kalamunda Garden Festival. The garden festival is not a City of Kalamunda event nor does it receive financial support from them.

Andrew and Mandy donate their time to run the event.

Do you have an event map?

Here’s a map of the layout. We don’t hand out paper copies at the event, so if you would like a copy, please print one prior to coming, or use your phone on the day. Large fixed printed maps are situated at each entrance, so you can view those on the day.

Do you have a list of stallholder locations?

Here’s a list of the stallholder locations. We don’t hand out paper copies at the event, so if you would like a copy, please print one prior to coming, or use your phone on the day. Large fixed printed stallholder location listings are situated at each entrance, so you can view those on the day.

Come and join us!

We hope you can join us at the Kalamunda Garden Festival on Sunday September 1st. The event organisers, stall holders, special guests and team of helpers are all looking forward to presenting you with the very best garden festival they can.

If you have any questions, please contact Andrew or Mandy at info@kalamundagardenfestival.com.au.

Tickets are on sale now: http://www.tinyurl.com/KGF-HappyGardening

See you at the Kalamunda Garden Festival!

KALAMUNDA GARDEN FESTIVAL

Email: info@kalamundagardenfestival.com.au
Stirk Park, Kalamunda.

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