Events And Tours With Angus

Come and Join Angus at the Following Events and Tours-

2018

Western Australia Wildflower Tour – 15 – 29 September 2018

Over 8000 species of wildflowers bloom in the region between August and November, many of which can be found nowhere else in the world, making this a must do trip for the botanically minded as well as for photography enthusiasts. Carpets of wildflowers and spectacular scenery abound. This tour takes in the south west corner of WA, visiting beautiful coastal areas, karri forest, the Stirling ranges, Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show, Fitzgerald River National Park, Wave Rock, and Perth’s Kings Park Botanic Garden Wildflower Festival.

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Western Australia Plant Discovery Tour –  10 – 14th October 2018

Hosted by Affinity Tours with Angus Stewart. Come on a smaller guided tour of some of Angus’s favourite botanically significant areas in the south of Western Australia. These tours aim to immerse the group in rich experiences, with an aboriginal culture expedition exploring bush foods with a local elder, and going off the beaten track to discover some of the most beautiful wildflower sights. Places are limited, we aim for a group of 12 on each of these tours.

Find out more about the 5 day tour here>>>>

Find out more about the 8 day tour here>>>>

Tasmania – Festival Of Roses 2018

Sunday, 18th November 2018, open 9am – 4pm

The Festival of Roses will be held at the historic World Heritage Listed Woolmers Estate, 658 Woolmers Lane, Longford, which is near Launceston. The estate is Australia’s finest example of a pioneer farm from the early 1800s and one of Tasmania’s World Heritage Convict Sites, well worth visiting in its own right for the historical and cultural experience, but made even better when it is rose time. Celebrate the spectacle of thousands of roses blooming in the Rose Garden!

There will be a variety of food stalls including wood fired pizzas, Devonshire teas, crepes and breads, and a selection of wines, beer and cider. Other attractions include plant nurseries, craft and jewellery stalls, whip cracking, chainsaw art, vintage farm machinery and cars, and many children’s activities. Angus will be there to give a talk, and to soak up the wonderful Tasmanian experience. Hope to see you there!