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30th October - 3rd November 2019
Mall of Africa, Waterfall City, JHB
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30th October - 3rd November 2019.
Waterfall City, JHB

VISITOR'S INFORMATION

Sho’t left to the extraordinary

To ensure a full bloom experience, find all your show information here. 

Getting to the Show

MALL OF AFRICA

Town Square Entrances & Box Office ticket sales only.

ENTRY TIMES
No entry after 4:15 pm Wednesday, Thursday,
No entry after 8:30 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday

PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Public transport is available via the Gautrain to Midrand and Shuttle to the Mall of Africa. Uber pickup points will be clearly demarcated.

Show Dates, Times & Pricing

WEDNESDAY, 30TH OCTOBER: 10AM-7PM
Adults: R175.00
Children (between 8 – 16): R75.00
Pensioners (over 60): R75.00
THURSDAY, 31st OCTOBER: 10AM-7PM
Adults: R175.00
Children (between 8 – 16): R75.00
Pensioners (over 60): R75.00
FRIDAY, 1st NOVEMBER: 10AM-9PM
Adults: R195.00
Children (between 8 – 16): R75.00
Pensioners (over 60): R95.00
SATURDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER: 10AM-9PM
Adults: R195.00
Children (between 8 – 16): R75.00
Pensioners (over 60): R95.00
SUNDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER: 10AM-6PM
Adults: R195.00
Children (between 8 – 16): R75.00
Pensioners (over 60): R95.00

Please note that children under the age of 12 must be directly supervised by a responsible adult at all times.

FAQ

ARE THERE GROUP DISCOUNT PRICES?

There is a discounted ticket price for groups of 10+ who are attending the 2019 Johannesburg International Flower Show together. Please view the ticketing page for more information.

ARE TICKETS DAY SPECIFIC?

All tickets to The Johannesburg International Flower Show are day-specific tickets.

HOW MUCH DO TICKETS COST?

Please visit the ticketing page for a full list of ticket prices.

WHAT ARE THE COSTS OF EXHIBITOR SITES?

Please click here for a list of 2019 exhibitor site fees.

WHERE IS DISABLED PARKING?

Mall of Africa parkade caters for Disabled Parking Facilities.

GROW YOUR INDIGENOUS SOUTH AFRICAN GARDEN

Fynbos is a unique kind of vegetation that makes up 80 percent of the Cape Floral Kingdom, two-thirds of which are found only in the Cape. On closer inspection fynbos reveals itself to be a mesmerizing mosaic of plants bursting with flowers every month of the year.

Fynbos includes proteas, ericas, restios, as well as geophytes, daisies, legumes, and vygies. The most popular fynbos includes rooibos (used for tea), and restios (used for thatch).

Childrens Area

A fully trained team will manage the children’s area from 09:00 until 18:00 each day of The Johannesburg International Flower Show. Children’s activities include:

– Flower arranging
– Pot planting
– Making your own compost
– Making your own garden art

There will be a full programme of events for your children.

Floral Workshops

For more information please feel free to contact us or one of our representatives on the day. A panel of Experts will present workshops that will help you to get the best out of your flowers, displays, and beds.

A full range of DIY topics will be covered including:

– Street Savvy and Styled Displays
– Beautiful hand tied bouquets
– Exquisite event flowers
– Fresh fun and Conceptual ideas for everyday living
– Floral installations and suspended florals