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31st October – 9th November 2014

Welcome to the Taranaki Fringe Garden Festival

We have great pleasure in welcoming you to the 10th TARANAKI FRINGE GARDEN FESTIVAL. This is Zealands largest Garden Festival like no other. Here in taranaki we pride ourselves in the large variety of plants we can grow. This year all gardens have been assessed by an independent committee and have reached a high standard, I hope you enjoy your time in this beautiful part of the country, please drive carefully, and do not forget to tell your friends about beautiful TARANAKI.

Watch our for orange flags!

On behalf of The Taranaki Garden Trust.

John Lucas Chairman 067552273

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Featuring more than 50 of Taranakis most beautiful gardens. A friendly welcome awaits you as you delight at the extraordinary splendour and variety in the beautiful gardens of Taranaki.  Click the button below to go to the garden listings.

Taranaki is a great place explore the many craft shops, galleries, nursery’s, churches and many other places of interest along the Fringe Festival Garden Trail. Find a colourful culture expressed in so many different endeavours and interesting places to visit.

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Surprises galore await visitors to the trail. Walk among fascinating devices and contraptions and experience a period when even simple tools were much larger. Collections, many in private hands, feature an extensive range of vintage machinery.

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Important notice to visitors

  • The gardeners take every care to make sure that you enjoy your visit safely but gardening is an outdoor activity and you enter at your own risk.
  • There are water features, uneven ground, sometimes unexpected over hanging trees and when visiting the Vintage Trail there is moving machinery.
  • While every effort has been made to ensure your visit is a safe experience, we ask you to assume responsibility for your own safety, the safety of those in care, especially children and for your possessions.
  • Please keep to pathways where they are available.