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Tuesday, 15 October, 2019,08:26

It’s spring time, which means it’s event season across Victoria


With the AFL Grand Final done and dusted for another year and daylight saving commencing overnight, it’s that time of year when local communities throughout Victoria hold events during the warmer months.

With the warmer weather upon us and people starting to get out and about once again, Murrindindi Shire is buckling up for another fantastic event season.

Murrindindi Shire Council Communications, Tourism and Events Portfolio Councillor, Jackie Ashe said we’re really lucky to have a fantastic range of annual events in Murrindindi Shire. And that’s not to mention a stack of new and one-off events coming up too, plus our all our local markets.


“In the next couple of months we’ve got the Lake Eildon Boating and Fishing Show, Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend, Eildon Big Fish Challenge, Alexandra and District Open Gardens Weekend, Run for the Roses Picnic Race Meeting, Rotary Club of Yea Open Garden Weekend, Marysville Marathon Festival and The Weekender @ Buxton cycling event – just to name a few.”

Murrindindi Shire Councillor, Jackie Ashe.

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“These events not only bring our community together to relax and share some fun, but they are a great chance to bring visitors to Murrindindi Shire, which is good for our local businesses and economy.

“You can stay up-to-date with events happening around Murrindindi Shire by checking out the ‘What’s On’ calendar on Council’s website or by signing up for our ‘What’s On’ e-newsletter.

“And, if you have an event you want to promote, visit www.murrindindi.vic.gov.au/events for some helpful info on how to get your event listed online for our ‘What’s On’ calendar,” Cr Ashe added.

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