Media Release: Australian Garden Calendar is now live

Press Release

25 February 2022

From little things big things grow!

(with apologies to Paul Kelly and Kevin Carmody)

Launching today, is a one-stop shop of garden and nature-based events and destinations for garden enthusiasts world-wide.

Find out what’s on, when and where on this clearly presented and concise website brought to you by the Horticultural Media Association of SA (HMASA) Tourism Sub-committee, chaired by Michael Keelan.

Content is constantly being gathered for the website which includes events and experiences, destinations, Open Gardens SA, Garden Clubs and Associations plus special interest groups. All are hyperlinked to the relevant website for further information and, if necessary, bookings.

There’s no cost to event organisers and tourism operators wishing to provide information and images via the links on the website.

Submit an event

Submit a destination

With the endorsement of and shared content from Botanic Gardens of SA, National Parks, Reservoirs SA, Open Gardens SA, Garden Clubs of Australia plus industry supporters, including Brunnings, Mr Fothergills, Neutrog and Peats Soils, it is envisaged that this project can only grow in scope and reach.

“Garden tourism if the second fastest growing tourism section in the world today,” says Trevor Nottle, President HMASA. “Our industry is diverse and generous and we as a group are continually promoting our beautiful Botanic Gardens, our National Parks, walking tracks, private and Government historic gardens along with our open gardens for all to enjoy,” says Trevor. “The HMASA Tourism Sub-committee has assembled a knowledge base to deliver a philanthropic gift to the gardeners of South Australia and beyond.”

Please direct any enquiries to Project Manager, Jacqui Harbison.


M: 0412 412 225


Facebook: @australiangardencalendar

Instagram: australian_garden_calendar

Horticultural Media Association (SA) Inc is a not-for-profit formed in 1994, providing opportunities for people engaged in the various forms of the horticultural media to meet together to enhance and develop their roles as media professionals. Follow HMASA @hortmediasa

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