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The laughs are loud in Melbourne in April when the Melbourne International Comedy Festival reaches its punchline. Keep the giggles coming as you make your way to the famed Bells Beach along with the world's best surfers for the Rip Curl Pro. Roam the regions for some guaranteed good times, especially the Vintage Celebrations in the High Country.
25 Mar - 19 Apr 2015
Laugh, chortle, giggle and snort at everything from wry young hipsters and slapstick heroes to musical comedy and good ol’ timey cabaret stars.
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15 - 26 Apr 2015 (dates to be confirmed)
Surf's up at Bells Beach every Easter, when the world's top ranked surfers carve up the waves and compete for the most sought after trophy in surfing.
25 Apr 2015
High Street, Mansfield will come alive. Enjoy the vast range of quality regional wines, food and produce. Meet the makers at the annual Upper...
Things to do in Victoria
See outdoor music, dance, circus and theatre performances turn the Melbourne Arts Precinct on its head over five fabulous weekends this summer.
Be part of the biggest international sporting event of 2015 when the world's cricketing nations contest the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in Melbourne.
Soak up all the glitz, glamour and laughs of Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom The Musical, the stage show based on the much-loved Australian film.
Get out the zinc and the novelty hat and join up to 100,000 cricket fans at the MCG for a sporting event that's become an Australian institution.
Dive in with 5,000 other swimmers in the world's largest organised swim. Each year thousands of swimmers dive into a sea of history and race the 1. 2...
Light up your January with the first tennis Grand Slam of the year. Be there as the biggest names in the game try to start the season off with a bang.
Celebrate the unconventional and irreverent designs of the groundbreaking French couturier, Jean Paul Gaultier at an exclusive Australian exhibition.
Make sure you're at AAMI Park for tough tussles between regional rivals when Australia hosts its biggest ever football tournament, the AFC Asian Cup.
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