Australia's biggest event dedicated to everything baking. Whether you're a foodie, home baker or cake decorator, you'll love this show. With an eye popping line-up of international and local celebrity chefs, live demonstrations, classes, hands-on workshops, and an expo full of tasty treats, baking equipment and sugarcraft supplies - it's a great day out with family and friends!
It's a summer night in 1929. The slums of Melbourne are filled with stink and desperation. Four women are trying to carry out their lives when one girl's death brings everything to a stop. The good, the old, the manly and the pretty one. All four are trapped in the City Watch House this October.
An enjoyable, family day out offering practical and simple advice and way to help you live more sustainably. The festival showcases the very best in sustainable building, retrofitting and living technologies and resources.
With the Spring Racing Carnival now in full swing, thousands of racegoers will converge upon Mornington Racecourse to attend Sportingbet Peninsula Cup Day, one of the top two race days of the year for the coastal town. Sportingbet Peninsula Cup Day features the $80,000 Peninsula Cup raced over 1600m and attracts around 12,000 stylish spectators, to experience the very best regional fashion, hospitality and racing.
This the 154th Carnival is the highlight of horse racing in Australia. Held in Melbourne in Spring when the roses are in full bloom in all their colourful glory and draped along the final straight to the finish line.
This is a family friendly event held in the beautiful township of Healesville, nestled just 70 kms from Melbourne in the world famous Yarra Valley. The festival aims to support the Yarra Valley's diverse population of local musicians and its cultural diversity as well as showcasing world class touring artists in a music festival atmosphere like no other. Come along and enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the celebrations and, of course, the music.
In its fifth year, Président Cheese Paris to Provence will take guests on a journey to the French countryside. Indulge in the food, language, romance, culture and a truly decadent sense of (em>joie de vivre, an enthusiasm and enjoyment for life.
This Festival is a unique local Brunswick event that encompasses an art show featuring local visual artists work available to browse and buy, and a day of live entertainment, food, sideshow fun, stalls, drawing and puppetry workshops and more!
Preston Symphony Orchestra and Victoria Chorale under the baton of Mario Dobernig perform Australian music composed between 1900 and 2014. Concert will take place at Preston City Hall, cnr Gower and High Street, Preston at 2:30pm. Tickets are $20 adult and $10 concession available from www.trybooking.com/GDYG