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Perth Garden Festival is Western Australia’s longest running, and most prestigious, garden, landscaping and outdoor living event. My Little Fairy Garden have been invited to attend for the second year running and it is set to be even bigger and better than last year with many new products, a fresh display and loads of great inspiration for your own little fairy garden. We are also planning a fun Fairy Eye-Spy game for the little ones, and everyone who visits our stand has the chance to enter the draw to win a fantastic My Little Fairy Garden prize pack.

The event is held over four days from 28 April to 1 May at McCallum Park in Victoria Park, and is open daily from 9am to 4pm with free entry for kids under 18. View full details and purchase tickets on the offical Perth Garden Festival Website here.

You can also keep up to date with My Little Fairy Garden’s festival news by joining our ‘My Little Fairy Garden at Perth Garden Festival’ facebook event here.

We’re giving one lucky fan the chance to WIN two free passes into the 2016 Perth Garden Festival.

All you need to do is leave a comment below – you can tell us anything; why you love fairy gardening, why you’d love to win these tickets, your favourite My Little Fairy Garden product or blog… Then increase your chances by heading over to our Facebook and Instagram for additional entries.

Good luck and we look forward to seeing you there!

Terms and Conditions:

Open to Western Australian residents over 18 only. Entries close at 10.00pm WST on Wednesday 20 April 2016 and a winner will be chosen at random. The winner will be announced on this blog within 24 hours. We will make reasonable effort to contact the winner via email and social media. The prize will be sent regular mail via Australia Post no later than Tuesday 26 April or pick up option is available. We take no responsibility for delayed delivery or lost mail. If the prize is unclaimed by Monday 25 April it will be forfeit. The prize is as stated and non-transferrable or exchangeable. By entering you give permission for your comments to be used within our promotions, website and social media accounts. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by or associated with Instagram or Facebook.

The winner is…
Congratulations to Belinda Harbron. Your instagram entry was chosen at random and you’ve won two passes to the 2016 Perth Garden Festival. Please contact us via Instagram to claim your prize.

Thank you to everyone who entered. We hope to see you at the festival – be sure to come say hi to us at stand B-26.

21 Responses

  1. Well I have recently managed to keep a (very basic) herb garden alive for a few months and combined with a newly fairy-obsessed 2.5 year old, I feel like it is a match made in heaven 🙂

  2. My 5yr old (nearly 6yr old) has asked for a fairy door and garden for a few years now and just recently I’ve brought some bits to make her birthday wish come true, I would love to win these to get some ideas and inspiration and see pretty garden stuff 😍😍😍

  3. I love fairy gardening ! We have made a little fairy garden for my little girl who is 2 . She loves this magical wonderous little playground with mushrooms and fairy and twinkling lights It illuminates her imagination and sometimes ahe spends hours playing and having cups of tea with the fairies Seeing her little face light up and her imagination evoked when she is in her fairy garden is all the validation I need to know how much of a great idea it was to make her a fairy garden Ive just had a little baby boy and would love to finish the little garden so they can play in it together ! I hope she brings these childhood memories of her fairy garden into adulthood and it stays with her forever !

  4. Fairy gardens remind me of my childhood and the secret garden my Aunty had in Ringwood Victoria where actual red and white spot mushrooms grew wild in her yard. She had lots of statues, gnomes and birds we used to reposition for her and have tea parties under the canopy of the huge oak tree she had. I have three boys of my own now but I still have my fairy garden to keep that bit of magic memory. 🐝🍄

  5. My daughter would love to come to the show and see all the magical fairy products and the garden.

  6. I have 3 children- 2 are boys and would love to be able to share a special event with my daughter

  7. It made my day to find that there is a fairy garden supplier here in Perth. Even better that you will be at the Perth garden festival. I hope you have some wee fairy stock on hand

  8. My Daughter and I gave just started our Fairy Gardens, So in love with the possibilities of what you can do I’m going on the Thursday as it is my only day off and I’m so excited as to what I can buy 😍

  9. My little girl already makes little fairy gardens in our garden. It would be a beautiful day out for her to see many more. We have been having weekly home opens and Jemma has really missed out over the last 3monrhs. It would be a great surprise for her xx

  10. My nearly 6yr old is getting her first dairy garden bits for her birthday in May and I would love to take her to this event to get some inspiration into what she likes and how best to set up for her to enjoy fully

  11. No matter what age we it’s nice to still have that tiny belief in Faries 😊 Found your blog and instagram on FB today, very happy I did. 😊

  12. I’m new to gardening and am loving looking at all the new plants and picking some out for my garden – would love to win the passes so I have the chance to check out some new plants and bring a few (maybe a few too many!) home with me! 🙂

  13. I am proud mummy to a special little princess called Georgia. Georgia loves everything magical, sparkly and fun and is a firm believer in fairy magic. Flossy the fairy lives above her bed watching over her when she sleeps and I know that Georgia would love to see the house in the garden where Flossy and the other fairies live 😀

  14. Life is like a garden ~ full of colour, joy and challenge. I believe it is a great experience to inspire my dream in life through this garden festival even though I have never come accross this in my life.

  15. I’d love to bring my mum along. She needs some girl time. And no doubt she’ll be happy to visit the My Little Fairy Garden stand so we can get some pieces for my daughters new fairy garden 😁 🌷🌺🌼

  16. I recently completed my very first fairy garden and can’t believe just how much joy it has given everyone that sees it! My mum arrives for a quick visit from Darwin on the weekend of the garden show and it would be fantastic to have the opportunity to take her along for a day of fun.

  17. We have just moved house and are looking to re create pur front yard into something magical for our xhildren. Itll be something fun and special dor the whole to be involved in. My son, husband and daughter are all involved in our fairy garden to be

  18. Fairy Gardens are magical places, where peace and tranquillity are restored into hectic lives. My fairy garden has recently acquired a bench with a coffee table complemented with having its own cup of coffee … where the fairies and I can enjoy 10 minutes of serenity each morning. It would be a real treat to see what inspires others

  19. My 6yr old daughter and I found an old wheel barrow,painted it pink and gold then planted miniature daisies and elysium around a fairy house.Even put a welcome faities mat at the entrance pathway. My daughter loves it.

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