For three days from 13-15 November 2015 at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, this year’s Better Homes and Gardens Live will have everything from cooking and craft, to gardening and building gadgets on offer – all you could ever dream of under one roof.
Showcasing the talent and content from the TV show and magazine, this event will provide the perfect mix of inspiration, education, fun, surprises, entertainment and be an interactive experience for every generation to enjoy.
Watch Fast Ed, Karen Martini and Ellie Vernon cook up a storm on the Food Stage, then visit the Decorating & Craft Stage to get some styling secrets from Tara Dennis, Demi Harman, Julia Matthews and Dora Papas.
Jason Hodges on the Gardening Stage will answer your landscaping and gardening questions, while Roger Fox will help kids nurture their own seedlings in the KidZone. Carpenter Adam Dovile will be presenting at the DIY & Building Stage to share easy and quick fixes for around the home.
For all the pet lovers, Dr. Harry will be sharing his experience with our furry friends at the Pets Stage.
Among the exciting new features this year are the intimate masterclasses, which will give participants the chance to learn from and work with the experts. The small class sizes will ensure a personal approach with the celebrity teachers. Everything needed will be provided so you can walk away with your very own DIY creation.
Another new feature is The Better You, which will showcase the latest beauty trends available. Pamper and revitalise your body and soul with everything health and wellness related. Expert advice will also be on offer on how to manage finances, boost savings and even plan that dream holiday, virtually everything needed to better your life.
Meet and greet your favourite Better Homes and Gardens celebrities in the Fan Zone where you will have the opportunity for an autograph and photo.
Whether you’re a new homeowner looking for DIY renovating tips, a parent needing guidance on the best pet to buy, a keen shopper looking for a unique purchase or a large family trying to find ideas for saving space around the house, this event is the perfect chance to get expert advice and have some major fun while doing it. With plenty of child friendly activities at every turn, there is a section and stage for everyone.
Photos: John Pond