The Confetti Flower Field will return in late June / early July 2024.
We open 10am to 5pm each day. Admission is sold by ENTRY time slot. You buy a ticket to arrive at the field from 10am – 10.45am, 11am – 11.45am, 12 – 12.45pm, 1 – 1.45pm, 2 – 2.45pm or 3 – 3.45pm. Most people visit us for around 2 hours.
Please remember that we are a pop-up event in a farm field. The ground is very bumpy and uneven. There are no hard footpaths/pavements. This can be challenging for those with limited mobility and people in wheelchairs. However, many more intrepid visitors in wheelchairs and mobility scooters do negotiate the grassy areas around the flowers. Please download our Access Statement for more information.
Yes, portable toilets are provided for public use. There are two disabled toilets with level access and handles throughout. Hand sanitiser is provided within each unit. Please note, there is no running water anywhere on site.
We also supply a ‘baby changing’ tent with two trestle tables.
Yes, you are very welcome to bring a picnic along. There is lots of grass around the edges of the flowers where you can sit down – please don’t eat in the middle of the flowers. Please bring a blanket as it can be a little damp on the grass, especially in the mornings!
Please do not bring barbecues, stoves or picnic chairs and furniture. No alcohol is allowed. Thank you.
We do not work with, or recommend, anyone in particular, but the following photographers have bought Location Passes and are happy for you to contact them:
The list will be back in 2024!
We also suggest that you take a look online – photographers often comment on our social media feeds @realflowerpetalconfetti or try searching the hashtags. For example, recent posts under #confettifields
If you already have a photographer in mind for your confetti fields photoshoot, you’ll need to ask them to buy a Location Pass. Thank you.
Yes, we offer bunches of flowers for sale inside the flower field. We also sell a small range of our Confetti Petals too!
Please note that we cannot guarantee that flowers will be available to purchase all day every day. Certainly, this might sound a bit crazy given that we have so many flowers, but we must work with the weather conditions. For example, if we cut the blooms when it is very hot, the petals start to fall straight away. We want to sell you something that will last.