Originating in the achingly cool suburbs of Melbourne, and after massively successful pop-ups in Perth, Sydney and Adelaide, the time has come for Brisbane to get a taste of the green juggernaut that is The Jungle Collective. This October 20 and 21, the doors will open at a yet undisclosed location (the suspense!) in Brisbane where you can get your hands on some of the best indoor planting money can buy.
Essentially a huge indoor plant market, The Jungle Collective is the place to pick up a new lefy accessory for your abode. But, this isn't any ordinary plant market, hell to the no, The Jungle Collective's Jungle Party events (as they're appropriately named) are famous across the country, simply because they sell absolutely gorgeous plants (over 150 different varietes) and that they're always a bloody ripper of a day out (if you wear a jungle-themed shirt on the day you'll get $5 store credit to spend—it's the little things, right?).
Due to their enourmous popularity, Brisbane's upcoming October Jungle Party will be a ticketed event, with The Jungle Collective offering up a varitey of time slots for you to drop on by that new monstera you've had your eye on.
Timeslots on the day include:
VIP Early Birds | 8am-10am
Morning Birds | 10am-12pm
Lunchtime Shoppers | 12pm-2pm
Afternoon Chillers | 2pm-4pm
The event itself is free entry, but ticket registrations are essential and will be available from midday on Monday, October 15. As with all their palnt sales, The Jungle Collective will be sharing sneak peeks of stock as the weeks draw ever closer—so make a mental note of your potentail new plant babies.
In additon to the bulk flora on sale, The Jungle Collective Jungle Party will also host styling inspiration sessions, have on-site horticulturists ready to answer all your burning questions, and have some banging tunes playing all weekend long.
When: October 20 and 21, 2018
Where: Secret location, TBC (we'll give you more details as they come in)
Need more info? Check out The Jungle Collective's Brisbane Jungle Party event page.
Image credit: The Jungle Collective