2018 BOGI Fair

The 2018 BOGI Fair will be held at the Peace Hall, 102 McDonald Road Windsor (near the Albion railway station), on Sunday the 26th of August from 9am-3pm (FREE admission). This will be the 32nd Brisbane Organic Growers Fair. 

This year we will be doing free soil ph testing, so bring along a small sample of your soil in a jar to be tested.

Thanks so much to all of our members, volunteers, speakers, stallholders and supporters for helping to make it such a great day.

Check out the 2018 fair flyer, along with the updated stallholders list available below.

We hope to see you at the fair!

Information for Members

For those BOGI members who are preparing to grow their entries for the BOGI fair competition, details of the competition including rules and categories are given here:


And a guide for when to plant in order to harvest in time for the fair is given here:


If you can help out with donations of plants or baked items etc, or your time, please refer to the volunteers page.


Stallholders Information for 2018

The 2018 fair will be a great chance to spread the word about the benefits of Organic Growing and Organic Living to the wider community. Stallholders' participation in the Fair plays an important part in making this annual event a success.

Please reference the stallholder information page for more information and the application form.

Confirmed Stallholders for 2018 (more to come)

Stall Name Stall Description/Contact
BOGI Books Books on plants, their uses and growing.
BOGI Cafe Delicious food and drink.
BOGI Corner Store Potted plants, cuttings, seedlings etc.
BOGI Seeds Seeds, including difficult to find seeds.
BOGI Shop Fertilisers, soil additives, organic pest control etc.
4Real Milk Tasting and selling dairy products.
Adrian Vos Innovative large plastic pots & worm juice drums
Animal Nursery Children get to be up close an personal with a variety of baby animals.
Basilea Potted herbs.
Biosecurity Queensland Info on the invasive pest red imported fire ant etc.
C & J Linek Tools & recycled books
ChinChilli Chilli sauces, chilli jams, chilli rubs.
Composta Worm farms  
Cottage Borders & Succulents Sale of plants and ornaments
Cut Above Tools Selling quality garden tools. Secateurs, loppers, gloves, s/steel hand tools.
Dig For Victory Selling herbs, veggies and fruiting plants
Direct Compost Solutions Easy composter & propagator.
Elizabeth Peterson Selling preserves & homemade products
Forbidden Fruit Nursery Fruit trees, dwarf fruit trees, rare plants.
Forget Me Not Seeds Heritage seeds
Gail Green Herbs
Gilda A.Trudu Edible, decorative plants, craft, (bracelets & necklesses), and homemade soap.
Ja's Herb Nursery Potted herbs, scented geraniums, salvias, lavenders etc.
Ian's Bee Stuff Jams, Soap, Bees, Wax, Honey
Julie Wellington Sale of cards, craft bits and pieces, pressed flower pictures, cuttings.
Just Geraniums Selling scented and edible geraniums, candle holders, seedlings and pottery.
Madhat Creations Handmade crafts
McLeod's Organics Selling certified organic fertiliser and fruit & veggie produce.
Phil’s Organics Organic fertilisers, comphrey plants, seedlings and worm farms.
Spinifex Country Products Charcoal, biochar and timber pot hollows.
Southern Cross Country Books on practical spirituality and angels.
Stan Cadjler DIY solar power.
Stop Adani Not for profit climate action group promoting change from coal to renewables and protecting water resources.
The Chilli Patch Potted herbs, chillies, salad greens, vegetable seedlings and micro herbs. Hand made timber products.
The Rich Pour Organic/rainforest alliance coffee - http://therichpour.com.au/
Top Tropicals Tropical plants
Van Veen Organics Edible and medicinal plants. Native stingless bees.
Witches Brew Fertiliser.
Wundanook Creations Handmade soaps and body products.


BOGI Fair Speakers

9-20                       Speaking Program Announcement – Introduction to BOGI

9-30                       Biochar for the garden – Roger and Tammy from Spinafex Country

10-00                     Soils - Bruce Ham BOGI

10-30                     Opening by Cr Wyndham BCC

10-45                     Annette McFarlane

11-30                     Perennial Edibles –Kevin Redd – Sustainable Cuisine

12-20                     Musicians – the Hamzies

2-00                       AUCTION


Fair Contact Details

Email: bogifair@bogi.org.au (preferred method of contact)



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