It’s not just the tourists that will be spending time at The Gardens on Saturday night.
New Zealand’s farmers will have a little time on their hands.
It’s the first time the country’s prime minister has invited the countrys most important agricultural export to the country.
The Queen is expected to attend, as will a host of politicians, as the country continues to celebrate its 200th birthday.
New Zealander Nicky Wagner, who runs the garden in Karratha, says he hopes the Queen will join him for the night, to mark the occasion.
“It’s the start of a very important period in our country’s history and I want her to know that,” Mr Wagner said.
“We’ve got a long history of people coming here, the history of our country has been built on our gardens.”
The Garden at Wellington’s St. Andrews is one of the gardens on the island of New Zealand that the Queen visited in February this year.
Mr Wagner says the Queen would have a good idea of how the gardens work as the Queen visits the gardens regularly.
“I hope that she’s a bit in the mood to spend some time here and get a taste of the wonderful scenery that we have here.”
The garden has been a favourite of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s, with her first visit in 2008.
The Queen has been known to visit the gardens during her time as Prime Minister.
She first visited on February 2, 2011, and returned to visit in January 2016, the same year she became Queen.
In 2017, Mr Wagner was the first to raise money to help establish a permanent garden in New Zealand.
As the Queen travels the country, she also visits the country and its farmers.
New Zealand’s prime minster is expected in Wellington on Saturday evening to mark her 200th day in office.
© AAP 2018