Tagged: Tulip Time

Shire welcomes Ambassador to Netherlands

September 13, 2019Posted in: Events

Mr Neuhaus presented Mayor Gair with a porcelain tulip vase from Holland

Wingecarribee Shire Mayor Duncan Gair has this week welcomed Mr Matthew Neuhaus, Australia’s Ambassador to the Netherlands, on a visit to Bowral in the lead up to this year’s Tulip Time celebrations. “It was an absolute pleasure hosting Mr Neuhaus yesterday at Corbett Gardens in Bowral,” the Mayor said. “He took great delight in inspecting...

Tulip Time Parade becomes Community Walk

July 12, 2019Posted in: Community

Multi-coloured close up of Tulips

Tulip Time is returning to its roots with the annual Street Parade to become a Community Walk. Council’s Group Manager of Tourism and Economic Development, Steve Rosa said the new-look event was more than a change of name. “The Tulip Time Community Walk will also see a change in focus from the street parades of...

Council calls for 2019 Tulip Time charity partner

October 29, 2018Posted in: Events

Tulip Time 2016

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from charities wishing to become the official charity partner for next year’s Tulip Time celebrations. Council’s Manager Tourism and Events, Steve Rosa is encouraging all eligible charities to lodge an application. “Tulip Time is our largest annual event, bringing tens of thousands of domestic and international visitors...

Council calls for 2018 Tulip Time charity partner

October 3, 2017Posted in: Events, Tourism

Multi-coloured close up of Tulips

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from charities wishing to become the official charity partner for next year’s Tulip Time celebrations. Council’s Manager Tourism and Events, Steve Rosa is encouraging all eligible charities to lodge an application. “Tulip Time is our largest annual event, bringing tens of thousands of domestic and international visitors...

Tulip Time 2017 late to bloom but still a success

September 28, 2017Posted in: Events, Tourism

The 57th Southern Highlands Tulip Time Festival has been hailed a success with over 34,000 visitors flocking through the gates of Corbett Gardens. Council’s Manager Tourism and Events Steve Rosa said despite not reaching record visitation levels he was pleased with the result. “Weather conditions weren’t on our side this year,” he said. “A dry...