- Families and flowers
- Tulip Time on social media
- Sunset Cinema
- Throwback Thursday Tulip Time
- Tulip Time street parade
- SHYAC Tulip Time performance
- Launch of Tulip Time theme
- International Folk Dancers at Tulip Time
The inaugural Tulip Time Mile was held in Bowral on Saturday to raise money for Cure Brain Cancer.
The race began after the Tulip Time parade. Previously the race had only been available to school aged students, this year the race was open to all age groups for the first time.
In the girls primary school mile category, Jessica Hassan placed first and Mia Woolridge placed second. Tayne Ward won the boys primary school mile.
Ella Wooldridge and Sam Griffiths won the high school mile.
Erin Smart and Martin Cooper won the open mile category while Kathleen Wallington and Dani Andres won the Masters Mile (40+).
Martin Cooper set a new record for the open mile category with a time of 4.35 minutes.
Cure Brain Cancer is the peak organisation for brain cancer research, advocacy and awareness in Australia, with a time-critical mission to increase five-year survival from the current 20% to 50% by 2023.