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Things to do in Melbourne This Week (Monday 12th of March - Sunday 18th of March)

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This is the sixth annual festival and organisers are promising their biggest event yet, with a jam-packed programme of fine wine, delicious and tantalising cheese, fabulous live jazz music and DJ sets, and great interactive activities for all the family to enjoy.

The two day festival features heaps of entertainment, stalls, fabulous food and fun for the whole family.

Get on down to the Greek and Olive Festival on Sunday 18 March 2018 at the beautiful St.

The 2018 Geelong Highland Gathering celebrates 161 years since the first gathering was held here on New Year's Day 1858 and the 60th anniversary of the modern era event, which dates back to 1958.

Get 12 March 2018 on your calendar as it's the Somerville Family Day at the Fruit Growers Reserve, Edward St, Somerville.

Located in the beautiful Yarra Valley (a one hour drive from Melbourne), TarraWarra Museum of Art is home to a diverse range of Australian art from the second half of the twentieth century to the present day.

Highlights include a powerful dance performance from Hong De Dragon and Lion Dance Association, as their 6m dragon weaves its way through the crowd to the pounding of drums, gongs and cymbals.

Victoria's autumn racing season is in full swing and Yarra Valley Cup Day to be staged on Sunday 18th March is a great opportunity for race-goers to head to a not too distant country track and enjoy a fabulous 9-race program along with some amazing local hospitality.

Would you like to enjoy a family friendly day out with lots of FREE activities?

It's a sweet line-up on the last day of Moomba festivities.

The Mordialloc Rotary's Gnome and Fairy Festival is back at the George Woods Reserve, Governor Rd, Mordialloc on 18 March 2018 from 10am to 4pm.

Why not drop into Taralye at 137 Blackburn Rd, Blackburn for Twilight at Taralye on Thursday 15 March 2018 from 5-8pm, for a gold coin donation at the gate.

For the lovers of Singha, the festival's biggest ever beer garden will be open on both days, where you can enjoy traditional Thai beer and Thai wine.

Special ceremony that includes prayers and meditation for His Holiness the Dalai Lama's long life and good health The Festival is a much-celebrated annual community event.

Melbourne's World Naked Bike Ride returns on 18 March 2018 at 12pm, however, the start time and exact location will only be revealed closer to date.

A smash hit from last years White night, the Messenger is back with its tidings of peace and unity.

Pack your picnic basket, grab a rug and put on your dancing shoes, for The Peninsula Picnic presented by Melbourne MINI Garage returns on Saturday 17 March from 11.



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