Cnr Main and Herbert Streets, Proserpine | St Martins Lane, Cannonvale | PO Box 658. Proserpine Qld 4800 07 4945 1078


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We cannot wait to see all the amazing entries. See you all soon.

In Proserpine there have been floods, droughts and cyclones but the Annual Uniting Church Flower Shows have continued to happen, each year, since 1942 until 2020 when COVID19 arrived and there was “No Show! Flower Show!” 2022 will be the 80th Annual Show and we are celebrating with all the community heart and love as previous years. See you there.

During the years, there have been many wonderful shows driven by themes such as: ‘Bearly Beautiful’ with people sharing their bears: ‘Oh! You Beautiful Doll!’ with a display of dolls, large, small and tiny, from many eras. There have been spectacular floral art creations such as the ‘The Sinking of the Titanic’ for ‘And the Bands played on!’ and the garden setting for ‘Garden Party.’

There have been Fashion Parades: 150 Fabulous Frocks when the state of Queensland celebrated its 150th birthday, starting with indigenous fashions modelled by some lovely young aboriginal people.

For the 70th Flower Show, authentic fashions from the era 1942 to 2012 were modelled, interspersed with song and dance from each era. One patron said, “I really needed to be at home, but it was all so interesting!”

There has been great entertainment provided by so many: choirs, bands, soloists, and dancers.

For many, the Flower Show is an event not to be missed. Some love to enter flowers, orchids, plants or cooking to win prizes. Others love to come to admire the beautiful entries while others come to meet with friends in a happy environment, be entertained, enjoy a snack or shop at the stalls.

The Flower Show is an example for everyone. This is church members and friends from other places, coming together on the day and doing what they do best.

“And the Bands Played On” 2007

“Garden Party” 2011
Flower Display
“Floor Display for Enchanted Gardens” 2004