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08 October 2014

Magnetic Storm presenting our latest edition, Gardenopoly.  Sounds like fun & games!   The Bay’s new rose, garden & lifestyle family show comes to life this weekend 11 & 12 October 2014 at The Boardwalk Festival Lawns.

An exciting & refreshing family event filled with florals, greens and lifestyle treats for the entire family to enjoy.

A word that pops up often when it comes to the Gardenopoly event is family.  The Magnetic Storm team are a self-made close-knit family ourselves and we believe strongly in creating such events that are family focussed with a human element.  Nurturing and growing our family-life and home and learning the value of giving and caring, for mankind and animals alike, are some of the fundamentals to be touched on at Gardenopoly.

A fitting setting for this unique event, The Boardwalk Festival Lawns will combine a country feel created with the ocean air and will have you experiencing a mystical feel as if far away from the buzz of the city.

So bring along your partner, kids, mom, dad, grandparents, your ‘best friend’!

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