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18 Apr 2015
This half-day event at The Nowingi Place will celebrate Sunraysia's cultural diversity in both traditional and contemporary ways. There are various...
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19 Apr 2015
The Annual Indonesia Street Festival brings together the Indonesian Community living and supporting in the state of Victoria. This annual event...
9 May 2015
Fiesta Malaysia is a distinguished event based in Melbourne, Australia which aim to promote Malaysia's famous multi-racial culture and society. With...
5 - 8 Jun 2015
The National Celtic Festival is widely recognised as the premier Celtic festival in the southern hemisphere. With a reputation that grows each, this...
1 - 30 Aug 2015
During the month of August, Walhalla Historic Township celebrates winter with the Vinter Ljusfest: a display of special lighting, moving images and sound.
25 Oct 2015
Don't miss the Cuban Jazz Festival, held at Rochford Winery in the Yarra Valley. The Cuban Jazz offers four vineyard entertainment arenas. On the...
30 Oct - 2 Nov 2015
The Nati Frinj is a three day biennial festival drawing on the talents of artists and community support from the small Western Victorian (Wimmera)...
6 - 8 Nov 2015
The Beechworth Celtic Festival is coming of age so come and celebrate its 21st Birthday on the first weekend after the Mebourne Cup. With the usual...
27 Feb 2016
Pako Festa, now in its thirty second year is Geelong's much loved, award-winning, free annual community cultural festival and the biggest of its kind...
From Indigenous works to contemporary installations, Victoria's countless galleries showcase a wide range of Australian and international talent.
From the living history of Sovereign Hill to the wonder of Scienceworks, there are many worlds to explore in Victoria's museums.
See big names and blockbuster productions in historic theatres, and discover local talent with new work on tiny stages hidden in laneways.
From heritage buildings to bold contemporary designs, Melbourne and Victoria boast vivid streetscapes highlighted by the contrast of old and new.
Stop by some of Gippsland's historical attractions including the Coal Creek Heritage Village in Korumburra and the Maritime Museum in Port Albert.
See magnificent architecture, learn about gold rush and Chinese history at a local museum, or visit one of the region's landmark historic attractions.
Discover the rich history of Aboriginal migration, gold, bushrangers, and the romance of the cattlemen who worked and lived in the high country.
Dig down into the ancient, rugged landscape of the Grampians region and uncover a rich history, from Aboriginal rock art to European exploration.
Board a paddle steamer, explore pioneer homesteads, and learn about indigenous tribes who have lived in the area for over 40,000 years.
Unlock the peninsula's historic discoveries from earliest Aboriginal times to the evocative era of European adventurers, mariners and pastoralists.
Feel the history in all you do in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges, from generations-old farms to mineral waters discovered during the gold rush.
Tread through the past of the Great Ocean Road region from Aboriginal history and scared sites to maritime museums, lighthouses and shipwrecks.
Gippsland is home to one of Victoria's oldest ports and historic lighthouses, making its maritime heritage one of the most significant in the state.
Explore Melbourne's rich and diverse cultural heritage from the Aboriginal people to early European settlers in historic buildings and monuments.
Get your hands dirty on historic properties and enjoy the romance of steam travel as you experience the daily struggles and pleasures of the past.
Visit the original Churchill Island homestead, walk through traditional herb and flower gardens and discover nineteenth century farming techniques.
Melbourne and Victoria dance all year with music festivals celebrating rock, alternative, techno, folk, jazz and all types of music and performance.
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