Five sensory zones
Hosting over 100,000 show visitors across five days, the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show is set to amaze, delight and inspire enthusiasts when doors open next week.
You are invited to “Immerse your senses” at this years five sensory zones:
Seedlip – site A90
Learn how to use natural flavours to make delicious non-alcoholic drinks. Taste all three expressions of the worlds first non-alcoholic distilled spirits, and learn how to solve the dilemma of what to drink when you’re not drinking.
Flowers Victoria Tractor – Site B39
Set your sights on a stunning floral installation by Flowers Victoria in the Great Hall of Flowers. Bringing a piece of country charm into the city with their floral vintage tractor, it’s the perfect backdrop for your next photo.
Guide Dogs Victoria – Site B47
Let your senses take over as you explore the Guide Dogs Victoria, Kangan Institute & Benigo TAFE Garden. A tactile garden that paints a picture through varied textures and elements. Learn how different surfaces can be used to guide you safely through an unfamiliar space and how the beauty of a garden can be experienced through touch and feel.
Everdure BBQ’s – Site B08
The barbecue: every Australian backyards needs one. As soon as it’s fired up, smell is one of our first senses that becomes tantalized. When the delicious scents of meat searing across the grill hits the air, cooking in the outdoors truly becomes an immersive experience that leaves you wanting more. To experience this and learn first-hand the different stages in creating gourmet recipes on the barbecues. Sign up for cooking demonstrations at B08.
Monitor Audio – Site B34
Bring your garden to life with the power of music, courtesy of Monitor Audio’s beautiful range of outdoor speakers. Visit their site to experience the difference that music can make in your garden.