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31 Dec 2013, 31 Dec 2014
Event - Hamilton, Grampians
The New Year's Eve Street Party is organised by the Rotary Club of Hamilton North for the benefit for young families wishing to celebrate New Years Eve ...
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26 Jan 2014, 26 Jan 2015
Australia Day ceremonies occurring across the Shire include flag raising, guest speakers, presentations, entertainment and community barbecues. Members ...
7 - 9 Nov 2014 (dates to be confirmed)
Event - Kaniva, Grampians
Unwind and enjoy a great Aussie bush weekend. Activities include night time wild life spotting, bush dance, bush walk, camp fire, canoeing, harvest rides, ...
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8 Nov 2013, 14 Nov 2014
Event - Cavendish, Grampians
Come along and celebrate a local community fair at the Cavendish Fleece and Flower Show, with numerous displays of local flowers, floral art, art and ...
17 - 18 May 2014, 18 - 19 Oct 2014
Activities for all include; Vintage & Classic Trucks, Vintage stationary engines, Hamilton Woodturners, Blacksmith workshop, Military history demonstrations, ...
8 Mar 2015
Event - Horsham, Grampians
The Horsham Car and Bike Show will hold it's annual Show and Shine event in March Labour Day weekend. Event organisers raise funds for the Wimmera Against ...
28 Nov 2014
Kannamaroo Festival is an annual event with great family entertainment for all to enjoy and family fun activities. The street carnival follows down Firebrace ...
29 Nov 2013, 28 Nov 2014
Event - Tarrington, Grampians
Traditionally, Laternenfest, or Festival of Lanterns, takes place in the evening on or around November 11th. It is the celebration of the Life of a man ...
3 - 6 Apr 2015
Event - Dooen, Grampians
All roads leads to Horsham Victoria during the 2015 National Gemboree. The Horsham & District Lapidary Club will be hosting the 51st National Gem and ...
11 Nov 2014
Remembrance Day (11 November) marks the anniversary of the armistice which ended the First World War (1914-18). Each year Australians observe one minute ...
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