Jason Hodges, a presenter of Better Homes and Gardens, will be at Coffs Harbour Bunnings all weekend.
Jason Hodges, a presenter of Better Homes and Gardens, will be at Coffs Harbour Bunnings all weekend. Trevor Veale

Better Homes and Gardens arrives in Coffs

THE crew of Better and Homes and Gardens have arrived in Coffs Harbour and local residents are invited to join in the fun this weekend.

The full team will be at Bunnings Coffs Harbour this weekend and will be signing autographs and sharing their expert tips.

The visit will focus on encouraging people out into the garden and to start enjoying the outdoors again this Spring.

Johanna, Jase and Adam will team up to build five great spring garden areas for your garden. All with sustainability in mind.

The garden themes will include: a serene chill-out garden, complete with a small shed haven, a children's garden, a water garden, a working garden, and a native garden.

The gardens will be set in the car park and people will be able to walk through them to touch, feel and experience them for themselves. 

Karen and Ed will be cooking together for maximum crowds and maximum banter, and will show you how to create an awesome Spring lunch.

Demi will be giving design and colour tips and helping residents with a communal art piece. 

Tara will be onsite all weekend, and Graham will do a walk-around the Coffs Harbour region, and shows us the newest releases for our gardens.

On Saturday, Dr Harry will be in-store with everyone's favourite for Spring - baby animals.

Bunnings Coffs Harbour is open from 7am to 6pm on Saturday and 8am to 6pm on Sunday.



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