Collectors' Plant Fair 2020

Clarendon, NSW, 2753

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SUPPORT CHALLENGED GROWERS AT AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST PLANT FAIR It has been a challenging few months for growers across the country, but we are thrilled to announce that The Collectors' Plant Fair returns to the Hawkesbury Race Club, Clarendon March 28&29 with over 100 specialist nurseries selling their plants direct to the public. They need our support more than ever to keep growing marvellous plants. 100 + stallholders, food trucks, coffee vendors, and guest speakers guarantee a fun weekend!

Event Dates/Times

Saturday, 28 March 2020 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Sunday, 29 March 2020 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Entry Fee: $14

Book online for discounted tickets:

Saturday March 28 $14 ($15 at the gate)
Sunday March 29 $12 ($13 at the gate)
Weekend pass $20 ($25 at the gate)

Children under 15 are free

Group Bookings available for groups of 10 or more.

Location & Contact Info

  • 1 Racecourse Rd
  • Clarendon, NSW, 2753

Also open on Sat, 28 March 2020

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Event Guide

SUPPORT CHALLENGED GROWERS AT AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST PLANT FAIR

Come together to support Australian nurseries and procure gorgeous plants during a fun-filled weekend at the Collectors' Plant Fair.

It has been a challenging past few months for growers across the country, but we are thrilled to announce that The Collectors' Plant Fair returns to the Hawkesbury Race Club, Clarendon March 28 & 29 with over 100 specialist nurseries selling their plants direct to the public. Nurseries have recently faced severe droughts and some were affected by the bushfires, but all are safe and getting ready for the fair. They need our support more than ever to keep growing marvellous plants.

Also in need of our aid is Mt Tomah Brigade who has been bra ...

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