Sunshine Coast Wildflower Festival 2018

Sunshine Coast Wildflower Festival 2018

  • When: 19 August - 2 September 2018
  • Where: Various locations around Noosa and the Sunshine Coast
  • Price: Free - but bookings essential

Enjoy free guided walks and activities with local experts to see beautiful wildflowers in parks, gardens, on mountains, by waterways and in bushland during the Sunshine Coast Wildflower Festival.

View all the activities on the festival website or see the full program here. The walks are free but bookings are essential for each activity as spaces are limited.

Activities around the Noosa region:

Marcus High Dunes and Lake Weyba Walk, Marcus Beach, Tuesday 21 August, 9-11.30am, with Friends of Lake Weyba.
Book by emailing friendsoflakeweyba@gmail.com

Weyba Nature Refuge Biodiversity Walk, Weyba Downs, Wednesday 22 August, 9-11.30am, with Friends of Lake Weyba.
Book by emailing friendsoflakeweyba@gmail.com

Noosa National Park Wildflower Walk, Sunshine Beach, Thursday 23 August, 2-4pm, with Noosa Integrated Catchment Association.
Book by emailing admin@noosariver.com.au

Girraween Nature Refuge Guided Walk, Noosa Heads, Friday 24 August, 2-4pm, with Noosa Integrated Catchment Association.
Book by emailing admin@noosariver.com.au

The Great Pollinators - Cooloothin Creek Bushland, Tewantin, Sunday 26 August, 9-11am, with Noosa Council.
Book by emailing mail@noosa.qld.gov.au or phone 07 5329 6328

Arthur Harrold Nature Refuge Guided Walk, Noosa North Shore, Thursday 30 August, 9am-noon, with Noosa Integrated Catchment Association.
Book by emailing admin@noosariver.com.au

Mangrove Boardwalk and Community Bushcare
, Weyba Creek, Noosaville, Friday 31 August, 2-4.30pm, with Noosa Integrated Catchment Association.
Book by emailing admin@noosariver.com.au

Coolum Beach West Wildflower Walk, Noosa National Park, Coolum Beach, Saturday 1 September, 8.30-11am, with Coolum Residents Association and Coolum & North Shore Coast Care.
Book by phoning Mark on 0431 123 419

The festival hosts 22 free guided walks and other activities from Bribie Island in the south to Noosa North Shore.

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