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Sun 3 Aug 2014, 9:00am–3:00pm

Where: Redcliffe Botanic Gardens, George & Henzell Streets, Redcliffe, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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What's Cooking in the Gardens?

Redcliffe Botanic Gardens – George and Henzell Streets, Redcliffe
Sunday, August 3 2014, 9am – 3pm

Take in the fresh air and check out a living museum of native and exotic plants, at the 2014 What’s Cooking in the Gardens, where you will see everything from flowers to ferns, bark to butterflies, delicious delights and demonstrations and much more.
Join us for a day of Botanical Bliss at this much celebrated annual event. Meet the food, wine, and gardening gurus, enjoy taste sensations at the cooking demonstrations, participate in conversations and involve yourself in the free workshops.
Wander through tranquil intimate spaces or sit in the large open grassed areas, while you check out the many plant, garden and environment inspired displays and vibrant art and crafts. Get the kids engaged in fun workshops and enjoy one of the many Moreton Bay Regional Council’s calendar of good times.

Gold coin entry is required to enter the Gardens, with free parking and a regular shuttle service from Redcliffe Showgrounds to the Botanic Gardens (8.15am to 3.45pm).

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