Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th March 2017

8am – 4pm (Saturday) 8am – 3pm (Sunday)


Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th March 2017

8am – 4pm (Saturday) 8am – 3pm (Sunday)


Why participate?

Who do I contact?

Where is the Expo?

More info

Do you sell plants – YES!

Do you sell garden related products – YES!


The Ipswich Garden & Plant Expo aims to encourage people interested in rare, unusual and collectable types of plants.

There will also be a full range of other commonly grown plants.

This event will have exposure via radio, newspaper, magazine and internet.

Fliers will be distributed to the public and garden clubs.

If you grow unique plants that are not seen in garden centres or hardware stores, then this event is for you.

if you have garden related products and plants to promote and sell. This event brings the buyers directly to you.



Exhibitors will be listed on the website with links and contact details, if required.

To exhibit at this event contact:


Ruth O’Dowd

Ipswich Garden & Plant Expo

PO Box 7202

Mt Crosby QLD 4306

Mobile: 0437 110 789



Click here to download the 2017 Exhibitor's Guidebook

The location


Ipswich Turf Club, 219 Brisbane Road, Bundamba QLD 4304

Enter via TL Cooney Avenue.


This event is only 35 minutes drive west from Brisbane CBD.

UBD: 214 F14.


Click here for a map of the Expo site.

The facility is spacious with exhibitor space options on grass or concrete under cover or in the open.

Marquees are the responsibility of exhibitors. It will most likely be hot and sunny in March so please consider shade for yourself and your shopping clients. Remember to slip-slop-slap and drink plenty of water.

Note: March is a month when summer storms can occur in the afternoons.

Due to health regulations No Dogs* are allowed on the site.

Carparks are patrolled to ensure dogs are not left in cars.

*Guide and Assistance Dogs accepted.



Set up time: Friday 10th March – 5.00 to 7.00pm OR Saturday 11th March – 5.30am to 7.30am

Pack up time: Sunday 12th March – 4.00pm to 7.00pm

© Ipswich Garden & Plant Expo 2017