Tesselaar KaBloom cancelled due to COVID-19
After a great deal of consideration Tesselaar has decided to cancel this year’s Tesselaar KaBloom, Festival of Flowers event due to COVID-19.
Tesselaar KaBloom was to take place in Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges from March 28 – April 19 with an expected visitation of 60,000 people over three weeks.
Festival Director, Paul Tesselaar said in this daily-changing coronavirus landscape we believe this is the most responsible thing to do for our patrons, our event and the wider community.
“The flower fields are ready to go and are looking sensational. I would like to especially acknowledge our team here at Tesselaar who have worked so hard to put such a wonderful show together for everyone.”
“We did not make this decision lightly and understand that it will disappoint many of our loyal visitors,” said Mr Tesselaar.
Existing ticket holders will be fully refunded.
Please visit Tesselaar KaBloom website for further information www.kabloom.com.au
Visit the Tesselaar Flower Fields in the gorgeous Dandenong Ranges this autumn to enjoy a most extraordinary day out. See millionds of colourful flowers and circus artists in one colourful event.
You can stroll among the spectacular flowers, delight in our sensational circus performances, sample some yummy treats from the food stands, enjoy some shopping at the market stalls, take a ride on the tractor train, try the obstacle course, wander the gardens, feel the magic in the fairy garden, have a go at our treasure hunt, try your luck with our egg hunts and so much more. Get ready for a fantastic day out with friends and family - there is so much colour to enjoy.
This exciting event happens every autumn at the Tesselaar Flower Fields, visitors are treated to a visual spectacular with sensational fields of colourful blooms. The Tesselaar Tulip Festival has been running each spring for over 60 years, and the new sensation of KaBloom builds on the history and blooming bonanza in autumn, giving you double the opportunity to enjoy the world of flowers. Breathtaking views and selfie opportunities abound in the flower fields with delightful Delphiniums, fascinating Foxgloves, super Snap Dragons, beautiful Begonias, zingy Zinnia, heart warming Hollyhocks, sizzling Salvia, darling Dahlias, cool Cosmos and plenty more.
Opening Hours: 10am to 5pm, from 28 March to 19 April 2020