Griffith Spring Fest 8 - 21 October 2017

Garden, Gourmet & Citrus

Griffith Spring Fest Visit Griffith in Spring - there's plenty to see and do. 

Spring is one of the nicest times of the year to visit Griffith. The gardens are looking at their best, the weather is gorgeous and there is plenty going on. Join us this year during the 2 week Griffith Spring Fest 8-21 October. Enjoy viewing Banna Avenue lined with more than 70 Real Juice Company Citrus Sculptures, a fantastic sight! Visit the many beautiful open gardens of the Griffith Garden Festival and enjoy the food, festivities and fun at the Multicultural Festival. Plus meet Phil Dudman and Julie Ray, of Garden2Kitchen, who are the 2017 festival ambassadors. Phil will share gardening tips and tricks, walks and talks at the many gardens plus join Julie at De Bortoli Family Winemakers, for inspiring cooking demonstrations. There will also be winery cellar doors to discover, a Long Italian Table dinner and a Spanish Paella launch night by the Sculptures....visit Griffith in Spring! Do book your accommodation soon to avoid disappointment.

View the Program and Garden Maps here:




  • Citrus SCulptures
    8-21 October 2017

    Real Juice Company Citrus Sculptures 

    More than 70 large, wacky sculptures line Banna Avenue created using 100,000 oranges - they are an amazing sight. 

    The Citrus Sculptures have become a major visitor attraction bringing thousands of people to Griffith every year. Read more...

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  • operation art image credit: Sean Watson
    13-16 October 2017

    Griffith Garden Festival 

    Several gardens open to the public ranging from small cottage style gardens to large country estates. Most offer catering, to ensure you have a relaxing and enjoyable garden experience. A Garden Bus Tour is offered each day from the Visitor Centre and is a great way to see the gardens and meet like minded people read more...

  • Multi Festival
    14 October 2017

    Multicultural Festival

    A one day celebration of Griffith's multicultural community through dance, song, food and other festivities. There's a spaghetti-eating competition, delicious food from many cultures and non-stop performances on stage. Griffith is home to more than 20 cultural groups, look out for the colourful and lively performances from these and other groups; Fijians, Samoans, Maoris, Chinese, Chileans, Italians, and Aboriginals.  

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The Festival is made possible with the generous support of these businesses:

   Bronze Sponsors