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10th anniversary Ellerslie Flower Show

Thu, 02 Sep 2004

10th anniversary Ellerslie Flower Show

The Ellerslie Flower Show celebrates its 10th anniversary in November with a raft of new features including three late nights, exciting lighting, concerts by the lake, a professionally curated outdoor sculpture exhibition, floral art inspired by leading New Zealand fashion designers and the largest outdoor garden ever seen at a southern hemisphere gardening show.

The Ellerslie Flower Show is run by the Ellerslie Flower Show Charitable Trust and we'd appreciate it if you could please include these details in your October and November event guides:

10th Anniversary Ellerslie Flower Show 23-28 November 2004, Auckland Regional Botanic Gardens, Manukau City, Auckland. Tickets on sale now at Ticketek, phone: (09) 307 5000 or www.ticketek.co.nz. Early bird discounts apply until October 31. For more information, visit www.ellerslieflowershow.co.nz or phone the show office on (09) 309 7875.

Celebration Ellerslie Flower Show 23 ­ 28 November 2004

ENDS

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