Inaugural Australian Flowers Week

Posted On 20 Sep 2016
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flowers-week-logo_2016-2CLEVELAND, Australia: The inaugural Australian Flowers Week (September 17-25, 2016) celebrates everything we love about flowers, from the beauty and diversity of Australian grown flowers, to the stunning designs by Australia’s floristry artisans.

The week will be held each spring with this year’s Australian Flowers Week starting on September 17th and running until the 25th September 2016.

The week was launched at the Flower Ball in Sydney by the Deputy Minister for Agriculture Senator Anne Ruston (also owner of Ruston’s Roses in South Australia).

Australian Flowers Week is being supported by all of Australia’s industry organisations as well as dozens of private companies around the country that have committed to celebrating the week in their businesses. The week is being supported by a long list of events such as Floriade, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers and the Wild about Waratahs Festival to name just a few.

According to the organisers, the response has been so enthusiastic they think the inaugural week will be a successful one and set the scene for many more to come where the industry can tell its story to the public and the world.

For more information about Australian Flowers Week and all of the planned events visit the website at

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