The New World Kerikeri Rotary Garden Safari has been postponed to 20/21 November 2021
Kerikeri Rotarians are disappointed to announce that their annual fundraising event, The New World Kerikeri Rotary Garden Safari has been postponed to 20/21 November 2021, brought about by the heavy rain before and over last weekend. This has presented many challenges with parking, access and the rain damage to many gardens.
The long-range weather forecast sees settled weather ahead to allow the ground to dry out and for gardeners to rescue their displays.
The owners of one property have reluctantly had to withdraw from this year’s event, but there will still be 15 gardens for attendees to look at. The organisers hope that locals rally around to support the event on the new date, as the profit is used by the Rotary Club of Kerikeri for its work in the community, particularly with the schools/young people.
The efforts of the gardeners have been excellent and the Club recognises the work that has gone in to present a great selection of gardens for this year’s Garden Safari, and we acknowledge their extended commitment to presenting their properties for you to enjoy.
Tickets are still on sale at New World and 8 other sales points in Kerikeri as per the list on www gardensafari.co.nz. You can contact the club via the website, “contact us”
This year’s Kerikeri New WorldKerikeri Rotary Garden Safari Has been Postponed will feature 15 gardens, ranging from small urban gardens to spacious estates. The annual Rotary fund-raiser will take place on the weekend of Saturday 30 October and Sunday 31 October 2021 and tickets will be on sale from September.
Refreshments will be available for purchase at 2 venues provided by 2 local charitable groups as fundraisers for their organisations.
As ever, Kerikeri Rotarians will be on duty in the gardens to help things run smoothly.
Tickets are $30 each and available from or from Kerikeri New World, Needful Things Garden Creations, Redwoods Nursery, Books on Hobson,
Plantzone Nursery, Kerikeri PaperPlus,
and Mitre 10.
Visit www.gardensafari.co.nz for more details.
The Garden Safari is the Rotary Club of Kerikeri’s largest fund-raising event. The group uses the money raised to support local and international community and youth development projects.
For enquiries please contact:
Immediate Past President
Kerikeri Rotary Club