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Spring into wildflower festival

Nicola Daly and son Max and Annie and Naish Roberts checkout the wildflowers near Stumers Creek. Photo: Mike Garry
Nicola Daly and son Max and Annie and Naish Roberts checkout the wildflowers near Stumers Creek. Photo: Mike Garry

It is that time of the year when we celebrate the Coast’s spectacular native flora and fauna at the annual Spring Wildflower Festival.

The two-week festival, which includes free guided walks, talks and workshops, has been described as nature’s own garden expo.

But it is more than just flowers. The festival program includes nocturnal critters discovery walks, native gardening workshops, kayaking and more.

Though the festival extends from Bribie Island to Noosa, many activities will occur right here in our own backyard.

The Sunshine Coast Spring Wildflower Festival is held from August 15-29.


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