Variety has been chosen as the Charity Partner for Tulip Time Festival 2019, running from 24th September to 7th October. The 2019 festival theme is the magic world of Mary Poppins, as Bowral is where the idea for the character originated from.
Come and say hi at the Variety Marquee during the two weeks of the festival. You’ll be able to grab Variety merchandise and lolly bags, and also learn more about all the ways we help kids in need.
Make sure you have a go at our Catch for a Cause game with fabulous prizes to be won.
You can also catch us at any of these events, as part of the Festival celebrations:
Community Procession – Tuesday 24th September
Bring your lantern and join the 2019 Tulip Time Twilight Walk from 5.30pm on Tuesday 24 September, starting in Glebe Park and arriving in Corbett Gardens.
Once participants arrive at the gardens they’ll be able to join in the fun of a Mary Poppins themed carnival-style evening.
Come and greet our mascot Hearty and grab a sausage from our Variety bbq.
Intimate night with John Williamson – Friday 27th September
Enjoy an evening of food, wine and entertainment with legendary Australian singer-songwriter John Williamson at the iconic Bradman Museum. You will enjoy an intimate Q&A with John about his life, music and where John gets his inspiration from. You will enjoy an acoustic music set by John in such an iconic setting, with all funds raised on the night going towards helping kids in need.
Optus Cinema night – Wednesday 2nd October
Bring a rug and enjoy a family night out under the stars in Corbett Gardens, to watch “Mary Poppins Returns”. Screening to start at 7pm.
Tickets available at www.trybooking.com or at the gate, with all proceeds going to Variety – the Children’s Charity NSW/ACT.
A range of food will be available to purchase on the night.
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