Corbett Gardens in Bowral will be temporarily closed to the public on Wednesday September 15 and Thursday September 16, 2021.
The temporary closure is to allow for site preparation and filming of the Tulip Time 2021 - Celebrating 60 years Virtual Tour.
Corbett Gardens will reopen to the public at 9 am on Friday September 17, 2021.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, this year's diamond celebrations will be held online. Residents are encouraged to view the display through the virtual tour which will be broadcast from late-September.
Residents who visit Corbett Gardens for recreational activities must enter via the main entrance on Bendooley Street.
Members of the public will be required to check in using a QR code, show identification and wear a face mask in-line with NSW Government health advice.
Numbers will be limited to ensure physical distancing.
The council will continue to monitor and respond to Public Health Orders and restrictions.
Residents should familiarise themselves with the stay-at-home orders, including reasonable excuses to leave home, at nsw.gov.au/covid-19.
The gardens will close again on Tuesday October 5 and Wednesday October 6 for the clean-up and removal of features.
Corbett Gardens is located at the corner of Bendooley and Merrigang Streets in Bowral.
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