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Things to do in Melbourne This Week (Monday 23rd of July - Sunday 29th of July)

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It's going to be difficult to choose from so many options and beautiful buildings.

The annual Echuca-Moama Winter Blues Festival will again take place this July.

More than 50 bands and performers from around the country will fill Echuca's Historic Port Precinct and surrounding venues including The American Hotel, The Mill, the Star Hotel, The Echuca Club, The Caledonian Hotel, SUNAGO, Radcliffe's, 1895 The Royal, the MV MARY ANN, Henry's Bridge Hotel and the

Buninyong is a small town located eleven kilometres south of Ballarat on the Midland Highway on the road to Geelong.

Built in 1890, The Dandenong Town Hall is a superb example of a Victorian 19th century Town Hall.

Chef Alejandro Savaria and his award-winning kitchen team are serving up a modern Peruvian feast, showcasing the diversity of Peruvian cuisine, inspired by the art and culture of the coast, the Andean highlands and the Amazon jungle.

They said there was no such thing as a free lunch.

Anyone who enjoys a great drop of cider needs to get on up to Daylesford for the annual Christmas in July at Daylesford Cider to be held this year on Saturday 28th July.

Now a hub for creative arts and cultural events, Meat Market houses a list of talented creative industry professionals.

The event was first held in 2013, and has received two event awards, including 'Best New Event' (VIC) in 2013, and 'Best Tourism Event' (VIC) in 2016.

Warragul Snowfest is an award-winning event and it will be back on 27th July, 2018, from 4.

The 1970's is regarded as the most eclectic fashion decade when fashion broke the rules as day wear could be worn as evening wear and feminist politics challenged the trends and social ideologies.

Attend the inaugural World Chimpanzee Day screening of the stunning BAFTA-nominated and Oscar short-listed documentary 'Jane', celebrating Jane Goodall's life and work.

Monash University and Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music invite you to a day-long music event on Sunday 29 July.

The return of this esteemed market, which began its journey back in 2014, heads back to Seaworks with a revamped name and ownership.

In its 11th year, Run Melbourne has more than 20 thousand people running past some of Melbourne's famous landmarks like Flinders Street Station, the MCG, Rod Laver Arena, Fed Square, South Wharf, Webb Bridge, Polly Woodside and Crown Casino.

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