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10th Australian Wildflower Conference

Echuca-Moama on the NSW-Victorian border - August 18 & 19, 2023
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WildFlowers Australia is delighted to be hosting the 10th Australian Wildflower Conference at Echuca-Moama in the vibrant River Murray region on the NSW-Victorian border. The Industry Conference and Trade Expo will be held on Friday August 18. 

Our venue is the Tatalia Function Centre located at the Rich River Golf Club - a contemporary space filled with natural light and sensational views over the championship golf course.

The event will bring industry members together to learn and network at their first national conference since 2014!

Conference sponsors

We appreciate the support of our conference sponsors and thank the following SILVER SPONSORS for their early support.

East Coast Wildflowers
Wildflower Industry Network of NSW Inc.

As well as "Flowers" Magazine for their in kind support

We look forward to promoting additional sponsors soon! See our Facebook page for how to be seen: https://www.facebook.com/wildflowers.australia

Conference outline

Preconference tour – optional – Wednesday August 16, Thursday August 17 to visit several farms in South Australia and Victoria.

Industry conference and trade expo - Friday 18 August

WildFlowers Australia AGM – Friday 18 August, late afternoon

Industry dinner with guest speaker Angus Stewart – Friday August 18

Farm tour - Saturday 19 August – visits to 2 farms in the Echuca region.

Conference venue

Conference venue (Friday): Tatalia Function Centre at Rich River Golf Club, Moama NSW. 24 Lane, Moama. NSW 2731. https://www.tatalia.com.au/. There is lift access to the conference area. Unfortunately there is no accommodation left at the venue that weekend, but there are plenty of other options in the area.

Get the full conference brochure here: https://www.facebook.com/wildflowers.australia and book at https://www.trybooking.com/CGTLN


2017 floristry competition results

WildFlowers Australia National Student Floristry Competition
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2017 theme: A table centrepiece for a special occasion or event

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