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February is the month to get out of the city and discover regional Victoria and its exciting events. Noisy machines are the focus in Phillip Island and on the Great Ocean Road, while it's freshly caught seafood taking centre stage in Apollo Bay. The Murray is set alight by music, Melbourne is set alight for a whole night, and Grease is still the word.
13 - 15 Feb 2015
Join thousands of visitors as they descend on Echuca-Moama for three days of first-class entertainment and the very best in regional food and wine.
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20 - 22 Feb 2015
Get pole position in the race to check out the new bikes for 2015 at the first superbike meet of the year, at the spectacular Phillip Island circuit.
21 Feb 2015
Seafood lovers take note! Mark Saturday 21 February 2015 in your diary and grab your family, friends and picnic rug and head on down to Victoria's...
24 Feb - 1 Mar 2015
Bring the family, meet the pilots and celebrate the power of flight with stunning aerial displays of vintage, commercial and military aircraft.
3 Dec 2014, 10 Dec 2014, 17 Dec 2014, 7 Jan 2015
Treat your tastebuds to a world tour, enjoy live entertainment, and be inspired by local design and produce. Every Wednesday night this summer.
14 Feb 2015, 22 Feb 2015, 26 Feb 2015, 19 Mar 2015
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.
Things to do in Victoria
Kick off the 2014 Sailing World Cup when the flag is raised at Sandringham and get set for super sailing from Olympic athletes and sailing elite.
Celebrate your passion for liquid gold! The Ballarat Beer Festival is Victoria's original and favourite beer festival and it returns to picturesque...
Join over 100,000 spectators on Geelong's waterfront this Australia Day weekend for five days of yacht racing, live music, fireworks and lots more.
Celebrate the unconventional and irreverent designs of the groundbreaking French couturier, Jean Paul Gaultier at an exclusive Australian exhibition.
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...
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.
See Valjean, Fantine and Cosette take to the stage in Victor Hugo's classic story. It's one of the world's most popular musicals. Don't miss out.
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