HUNDREDS filled the Robert Clark Horticultural Centre at the weekend for the 32nd annual Ballarat Floral Art Display.
Hosted by the Ballarat Floral Art Group, the display raised much needed money and awareness for the E.W. TiRpping Foundation – an organisation that provides a range of disability services throughout Victoria.
Visitors were welcomed by a vast array of floral displays of all shapes, sizes and colours, with many making the most of the option to take home some of the floral wares and plant displays.
Ballarat Floral Art Group president, Anita Hinton, said one of the highlights of the weekend was a talk by Stems Flower Market owner Michael Harris.
“There was a large crowd there for the talk,” she said.
“I think many people took the chance to listen to some great advice.”
She said the group were confident of raising more than $3000 and that the money would go to a worthy cause.
“Last years funds meant that people with disabilities could go to different places and experience new things,” she said.
“So it’s a great cause.”