International singing star Natalie Imbruglia launches High Tea for Hamlin, a community fundraising event held across Australia to support Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia. Now is the time to plan your event. Your High Tea can be big or small, morning or afternoon, with tea or champagne. Host it at home, at school, at church or at work. After you sign up, you'll receive a host guide with posters and a DVD. The first 200 hosts to sign up receive a special Team Hamlin apron. Register your High Tea for Hamlin today
Victoria Chorale under the baton of Mario Dobernig is combining forces with the award winning Oriana Choir from Queensland to present Mozart Great Mass in St Paul's Cathedral. The Art of Sound Orchestra will accompany the choir and stunning soloists Natalie Peluso, Sally-Anne Russell, Henry Choo and Oliver Mann. Tickets are $40/$35. For an early bird discount book before September 12th.
GOLF MONTH is inviting those who have never hit a ball, or need a little help with their pro-aspirations to those who are on the course every week to play golf during October. Activities will be on offer for people of all ages and abilities with golf facilities nation-wide encouraging golfers new, returning and existing to benefit from great offers throughout October. There will be Come and Try clinics, women's programs, Open and Family days, new formats of the game, community events, MyGolf junior programs, lessons and coaching with a professional for all levels of golfers. There's also the chance to win an Emirates Australian Open experience for club members who introduce a new member during the month of October.
Join Olivia Newton-John for the third annual Wellness Walk, with entertainment from Vika and Linda Bull, Phil Ceberano and Russell Robertson, Vince Scarpino, Michael Stangel, Jiordan Tolli, Tim Morrision, Soli Tesema, Christina Jade and Dora the explorer!
Over 30,000 participants are expected to finish the Medibank Melbourne Marathon Festival with a lap of the iconic MCG on Sunday. Runners of all ages and abilities can compete in one of five distances on offer at the festival of running including the Medibank Melbourne Marathon (42.195km), Half Marathon (21.1km), 10km Run, ASICS 5.7km Run and the ASICS 3km Walk.
Head down to Errol Street for North Melbourne's premier community event, the annual Spring Fling Street Festival. You'll enjoy a free day for the whole family with live music, interactive kid's activities, a vintage and handmade artists market, multicultural performances and our famous Spring Fling Dog Show! Brought to the community by The Centre with the help of our public partner City of Melbourne and major sponsor Yarra Trams.
Australia's biggest event dedicated to everything baking & beyond. Packed full of tasty baked goods, sweets & equipment, hundreds of inspiring demonstrations & interactive classes - it's a great day out with family and friends!
The Healesville Music Festival 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, which is now in its sixth year.
Bayside Chamber Orchestra is a newly formed classical ensemble performing familiar and lesser known chamber and orchestral works. The group is comprised of professional and local amateur musicians drawn together by a passion for chamber music.
Australian Masters Moments return to Huntingdale Golf Club This year, the Australian Masters will return to its original home of 30 years, Huntingdale Golf Club, for the first time in seven years. Steeped in a rich history together, the Australian Masters and Huntingdale Golf Club have created many memorable moments in Australian golf over the past four decades and 2015 will reopen another chapter in this story. Many of the game's finest players have won the gold jacket at Huntingdale including six time champion Greg Norman, Bernhard Langer, Mark O'Meara, Ian Baker-Finch, Colin Montgomerie and Justin Rose and 2015 will crown another great champion.
The Early Arts Guild of Victoria's fifteenth annual Christmas pageant will tell the story of the Bethlehem crib from ancient to recent times. This unique festive celebration will feature the Early Music Consort of Melbourne, Rippon Lea Dancers and associate artists.
For eight exciting and colourful days PolArt 2015 will bring to Melbourne a host of Polish artists, actors and dancers from all over Australia & New Zealand in what is promising to be the best PolArt ever!