Regular stallholders return each year to the Expo for its great atmosphere and community feel. New stallholders are always welcome. You can catch up with a great variety of businesses who deal in garden supplies, plants, craft and landscaping and just about anything to do with your garden!

This list gives a brief outline of some stallholders in 2016. Updated list coming soon!


(please note this is not a complete list and is subject to change).

Punchy’s Herb Stand

Rainbow Road Nursery
Bamboo & misc plants

Robertson Orchids
Orchids & African violets

Ron’s Hay Feeders
Automatic waterers troughs, poultry auto feeders etc

Rosella Orchids

Shirl’s & Wilhelminas Creations
Handmade cards and open book cards
Revamped handbags

Spray Power Pty Ltd
Battery operated garden spray unit

Sunset Turf

Troppo’s: Seedlings for the garden

All in the Cup
Coffee van serving fresh roasted single origin coffee, mixed hot drinks

T & B Roses
Wooden roses

Thi Bich Van de Groot
Orchids, adenium,euphorbia, succulent, cactus, indoor plants, pachypedium, rare plants

Unique Garden


Wendy Britton Ceramics
Pottery/ceramic art & pots

Wide Bay Hibiscus Branch
Hibiscus plants and flowers

Witjuti Grub Nursery: Quality native and bush food plants

Your Inspiration at Home
Range of all natural handmade herb & spice blends, balsamic vinegars, olive oils, dukah and chocolate powders

Valley Bees

Gympie Regional Council weeds advice

Lindols Macadamias

Purity skincare with organic Lemon Myrtle
Gympie Permaculture Group
Mary Valley Country Harvest Co-operative
Dagun Growers Market
Gympie Community Gardens
Farmers Hume

View of the Pavilion
View of the Pavilion

The Pavilion
Burbank Orchids
Dirk van der Heide
Faye Dobson’s bonsai
Forget- Me -Not Heritage Seeds
Dennis Doherty
Gympie & District Woodworkers
Kandee Korner
Little Haven Palliative care
Margaret Paterson
Orchidaceous supplies
Robertson Orchids
Rosella Orchids
Shirl’s Creations
Skimbil Hats
Springhill Country Kitchen
Sunshine Adore
Thi Birch van der Groot
Wide Bay Hibiscus Branch
Your Inspiration at Home

Comet Building
Benmax Enterprises
Beverley Hill wooden art
Cut above tools
Dandaloo Valley Bromeliads
Direct Compost Solns
Earth Life
Ezy Care Succulents
Andrew Ganter
Hersts Garden Ornaments
Katek Fertilisers
Mellum Creek Nursery
Natives R Us
Kingsthorpe Winery
Plants Presents
Rainbow Road Nursery
Ron’s Hay Feeders
Ramesa Nursery
Sandra Warden Dresses
Sue Harris
Spirit Essence
T&B Roses

Hensel Building
All in the cup coffee
Banyandah Alpaca
FOG Quartz Hub
Gympie & District Landcare
Gympie Community Garden
Gympie Regional Council weeds
Gympie Gold Regional Produce
Gympie Gold Army Disposals
Koala Action Group
Mary River Catchment CC
Valley Bees


2 thoughts on “Markets

  1. Rosie says:

    Hello I have a little hotdog cart that I am hoping I might be able to bring along to your garden expo, we use specialty rolls made just for us and a variety of sausages including german varietys. We also carry cans of drinks and water.. We do not require power, and once the cart is detached from our ute, we can move it very easily into any small space.
    We would be very interested to hear from you in regard to what your costs are and help make your event memorable .

    1. gympiegardenexpo says:

      Hi Rosie sorry for the late response. We are full with food vendors this year but please try again next year. We try not to have conflicting stalls and do have a fundraising sausage sizzle this year, so committee may say no. Contact before Jan 31 and we can talk then

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