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  • Field of Hope

    Dedicate your own personal daffodil tribute at the Field of Hope this Daffodil Day.

    Just click on the below daffodil and print on an A4 page at 100%, write your special message, and come along to the Field of Hope on Daffodil Day, 23 August, to plant your tribute alongside thousands of others.

    Daffodil Day’s Field of Hope

    North Terrace (between King William St and the War Memorial)

    Friday 23 August

    The Field of Hope consists of heartfelt daffodil tributes created by people like you. Some are drawings or messages. Others are photos, poems or stories. But every single one is filled with love.

    Why not dedicate your daffodil tribute in honour of someone you know?

    Download your daffodil

    * In the event of rain, the event may be cancelled. After 23 August, daffodils will be recycled in an environmentally friendly way. Please be aware that daffodils can’t be returned, so please don’t include original photos or other mementos that are important to you. These daffodils may also be used in a display in regional areas to decorate hospital walls or in Cancer Council publications or promotions.

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