Time to get your flying umbrellas out, Tulip Time is just around the corner.
This year's theme is Mary Poppins and you can expect Tulip Time to be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
Corbett Gardens will put on a stunning display of floral colours. Entry to the gardens is $12 for adults, $7 for concession holders and children between the ages of 13-17. Residents of Wingecarribee Shire and children under 12 are free. The gardens will be open from 9 am - 4 pm on Sunday to Fridays and from 9 am - 5pm.
Join this year's Tulip Time ambassador John Williamson for an intimate performance at the Bradman Museum on behalf of Variety, this years Tulip Time charity partner. Tickets can be bought from the Variety website.
Kicking off the Tulip Time festivities will be the inaugural twilight procession from Glebe Park to Corbett Gardens at 5:30 pm. There will be plenty of family fun and entertainment on the first night of the festival.
Let the kids explore their creative side with plaster painting fun. Kids will will have the opportunity to paint between September 24 to October 4 between 10 am - 3 pm, excluding weekends. There will also be a cup and saucer carousel rides to keep the kids entertained. Additional charges apply to both.
If plaster painting and rides are your thing, there will also be air sketching and a steam train from Central Station in Sydney to Bowral to tickle your delight.
Throughout the event there will be music playing in the rotunda, with performances from local schools, dance groups, singers, bands and more.
Cosy up with family and friends at the open air cinema on October 2, with proceeds going to Variety. Gates will open at 6pm. with a 7 pm screening time. The movie is yet to be announced.
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