The International Rose Garden Festival Morwell takes place over the weekend of the 16-17 November and this year will showcase over 4,000 roses in bloom. Visitors to the festival can expect a star-studded line-up with gardening talks from ABC’s Gardening Australia host Costa Georgiadis and a live performance from children’s favourite, dirtgirl.
The festival now spans two days and offers something for all visitors including: A walking tour around 400 rose varieties in amongst the 4,000 in bloom; live music from The Nigellas, Mel Pollard, Sweetlip and the concert and brass bands from Latrobe City; art creations from local street artist, Steve Bechaz and a display of sculptures from local artists including Nicole Allen; local artisan produce and wine from within region; dirtgirl performs the Grubby Bucket Show live; an evening light show – A midsummer night’s lights will feature a creative light installation from the talented Tim Newman; glamping options for the weekend traveller include staying at ABC Gardening Australia’s award-winning garden ‘Serendipity’ only 10 minutes from the Festival.
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