John Berends Implements have again committed to the Principal Sponsorship in 2023 . We can't thank them enough. Our other wonderful sponsors are listed below.
The Holland Festival asks you to support us by supporting our sponsors.
John Berends Implements was established on the 6th October 1966, by John Berends at a weatherboard house in Narre Warren, Victoria, manufacturing grader blades, rippers, car trailers and carryalls. Increased demand required bigger premises and in 1974, the business was moved to Greens Road, Dandenong. In 1978 John Berends Implements moved to its present location in Frankston-Dandenong Road, Dandenong. By this stage the range of machinery had grown considerably. In 1997 after completing a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and working in the vegetable seed industry for several years, John’s son Derrick joined the business as General Manager. Derrick’s wife Meredith brought her skills as an Agricultural and Resource Economist to the business in 1998. In 2006 a further 2000 square metres of factory and warehouse space was added to streamline production. Continued investment in the business is evident with recent additions of welding robots and a high speed plasma cutter. John Berends Implements will continue to provide strong, reliable and price competitive Australian made implements well into the future. With over 50 years experience in the agricultural business, Berends is the benchmark in Australian agricultural machinery.
Scholten, Collins, McKissock's vision is simple: to help you understand and reach your lifestyle and financial goals.No matter your financial situation, they aim to give you affordable, quality financial advice.Three decades ago, they decided they wanted to empower Australian families and businesses to create better futures for themselves.From that drive, they chose to work closely with their clients to understand their needs and goals and imbue them with confidence in their financial future.
Scholten, Collins, McKissock pride themselves on providing expert financial services, which includes in-depth financial planning and sound advice. There is no cookie cutter approach to financial planning: They consider all your circumstances before offering advice and setting strategies. Importantly, they are not just looking to help you with a quick fix, they establish long-lasting relationships with their clients and create strategies with short-term, long-term and intergenerational goals in mind. Visit their website
The Rotary Club of Casey is part of Rotary International. Rotary is a global community of 1.2 million business and community leaders of varying cultures committed to improving communities at the local, national and international levels.
The club brings together people of passion, diverse experiences, and perspectives. They exchange ideas and take action to empower, educate, and develop youth to build goodwill and understanding between cultures, communities, and countries. Through these initiatives, Rotary aims to promote peace, resolve conflicts, prevent and treat disease, improve sanitation, improve maternal and child health, and to develop economies and communities.
TaylorM Security – TaylorM Security are big believers that one model or design doesn’t suit all clients. They customise plans to suit each clients specific requirements and budget. What works at one client doesn’t necessarily work for another. TaylorM Security listens to what the client wants not what they want to hear. They are proactive not re-active. No issue or concern is too small to address.
“TaylorM Security: Proud supporters of the Holland Festival and Casey Rotary”.
Shop Online or at his iconic retail outlet in Loveridge lane in Berwick! Harry selects the best street wear from the premier urban brands in Australia and abroad.
Tesselaar’s Tulip Festival
Enjoy the magnificence of the iconic national flower of the Netherlands at the Tulip Festival. Held annually at Tesselaar’s Tulip Farm each year between September and October.
Specialist bulb and flower wholesalers specialising in flower bulbs, bare rooted perennials, shallots, rhubarb and asparagus crowns. With over 60 years experience in the growing and supplying of bulbs, you can be sure of buying quality products from a reliable and respected grower.
Home gardeners can purchase a Broersen Bulb from one of their quality retailers, including Tesselaar Direct.
The Dutch Courier is Australia’s pre-eminent newspaper for the Dutch Community and is published monthly with English & Dutch editorials. The Dutch Courier is available by subscription and at news outlets throughout Australia and New Zealand. Contact Carole Overmaat via email here.
Holland Bike Tours
Holland is the number one destination for cyclists in Europe. Explore the Netherlands by bicycle and let Holland Bike Tours show you the Dutch hidden gems that can only be seen from the seat of a bicycle. Holland Bike Tours offer guided or self- guided tours, so you can benefit from the expertese of their guides or have the freedom to explore at your own pace.
Our wine brand Erlenwein was born from a love of family and wine. It is a family business incorporating our name, Erlenwein, a long history that goes back to the year 1450 in Deutschland (Germany).
The Erlenwein family have been making, blending and sourcing wine for generations. We, Barry and Gail Erlenwein are first generation Erlenwein’s in Australia, with Barry’s father migrating to Australia in 1954 from Austria.
We only sell what we believe is the best wine from Australia’s quality wine regions. Please enjoy this nectar from the gods and rejoice in Erlenwein wine, from our family to yours, a warm "Proost".
Schreur's & sons
Schreurs & Sons is a third generation farming business that is 100% Australian family-owned and operated. We specialise in celery, leek and baby leaf lines (including spinach, rocket and snow pea tendrils), and take pride in delivering high quality products to our customers year-round. With seven properties, spanning over 1,000 acres, we are one of the largest suppliers of celery in Australia, with both local and international customers.