VicSearch Directory has 24 Festivals entries
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival - Site ID: 307
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival delivers a program of more than 250 delicious events across the whole of Victoria, designed to satisfy those besotted by food. Learn, taste and share as you strap in for the gastronomic joyride that is Langham Melbourne MasterClass. Celebrate the past through three delicious themes Women of the Kitchen, The Lost Arts, Stars of Spice and indulge in more wine than you can shake a corkscrew at.
Blues Festivals - Site ID: 308
Calendar of Blues Festivals and other Music Festivals held around Victoria and Australia, featuring local blues artists and international performers.
Visit Melbourne - Site ID: 309
For music festivals, you can't go past Melbourne and Victoria as the weather warms up. Here's a hand picked basket of the hottest places to be this season. Read on and then rest up before the fun begins.
Kilmore Celtic Festival - Site ID: 310
Historic Kilmore is located just 60 km north of Melbourne on the Northern Highway. Acknowledged as Victoria's oldest inland settled town. It was a stronghold of early Celtic settlers from Ireland, Scotland and Cornwall, and remains a strong Celtic area until this day. The Kilmore Celtic Festival is our tribute to these early settlers and we would like to celebrate their influence on the area in a presentation of Celtic tradition.
Ballarat Begonia Festival - Site ID: 311
Each year the Robert Clark Conservatory is transformed into an amazing display of Beauty. With vivid yellow, bright white, lustrous pink and rich red blooms exploding all around you, you are sure to be amazed by this unique flower.
The Bright Spring Festival - Site ID: 314
The Bright Spring Festival is now in its 22nd year, and offering more than ever to delight and dazzle you! Take a sensory journey through the Great Alpine Valley with a visit to a glorious Spring garden which will leave you in awe at what Mother Nature has on display. Tantalise your tastebuds at an amazing lunch with award winning chefs or dinner with celebrities. Tickle your funny bone at a comedic play or listening to bush poetry.
Creswick Forestry Fiesta - Site ID: 315
The Creswick Forestry Fiesta is an annual, free community event. It celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Creswick, from the traditional landowners (Dja Dja Wurrung) through the Dutch and Chinese settlements, the mining industry and goldrush years, the birth of the sustainable forestry movement in Victoria in the 1860's, the farming and social development and the many current-day talented artists and writers who have made the town their home.
Cultural Diversity Week - Site ID: 316
Cultural Diversity Week is held annually in March. The Week provides an opportunity for all Victorians to celebrate our cultural, linguistic and religious diversity. It also marks the United Nations Day for the Elimination of Racism on 21 March and affirms our belief in the right for all Victorians to live without fear of racial and religious discrimination.
Emerging Writers Festival - Site ID: 317
The Emerging Writers Festival (EWF) exists to promote the interests of emerging writers to improve their opportunities for professional development and their engagement with the broader public. The festival mixes emerging literary professionals with more established writers to forge a better understanding between the past and future of Australian writing.
Grampians Grape Escape - Site ID: 318
Rich in Aboriginal heritage and home to stunning scenery, abundant wildlife, cultural attractions, acclaimed wineries and fantastic food, the Grampians is a popular destination for couples, families and adventure-seekers.