Gardens for Africa: 1000 Hills Tourism
celebrates Spring and Natural Heritage
Garden Fair 2023
View Top Farm / NU Driving Range: 23/24 Sept.
To celebrate spring, and honour our natural heritage, there will be a glorious Garden Fair at View Top Farm in Hillcrest (home to NU Driving Range) over Heritage weekend, 23, 24 September, supported by 1000 Hills Tourism.
To plan for spring, when garden preparation starts in earnest, a selection of growers; nurseries; retailers; garden product suppliers; manufacturers; landscapers; and those involved in the garden industry have been invited to showcase their wares and services in a farm-type setting catering for those with a tiny green space, patio, window box or indoor garden; to those with larger properties and subsistence farmers. Provision will be made to promote water-wise gardens.
Garden Fair 2023 has come about after numerous requests from growers and gardeners for somewhere to showcase, buy and sell plants and products in the light of the Royal Show Grounds in PMB being sold and no longer available for the Witness Garden Show – which was always a calendar highlight.
1000 Hills Tourism has partnered to assist in marketing the new Garden Fair to be held on View Top Farm in Hillcrest which is the home to the NU Driving Range, Paintball, 4 x 4 course, Golf Academy, Putt-Putt course, new nine hole golf course, and more. There will be food and coffee outlets and a kiddies area on site.
The Fair is in Hillcrest – so once visitors have visited the Garden Fair, they will be encouraged to enjoy the sites, attractions and destinations of 1000 Hills.
Good to Know:
The event is FREE to the public.
The fair is open 8.30 until 4pm
Stand Holders will be charged minimal fees just to cover expenses.
There are still stalls available.
Well behaved dogs on a leash are welcome.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of
Organotech Solutions / The Potting Shed
For 1000 Hills Tourism.