What’s on this week

Tunes in the Dunes: Local DJs Zeb Armstrong and Jordan Lockett will entertain beachgoers with tunes at McGennans Beach as part of the Beachfest program.
Tunes in the Dunes: Local DJs Zeb Armstrong and Jordan Lockett will entertain beachgoers with tunes at McGennans Beach as part of the Beachfest program.

Wednesday, January 10

Kids: Flagstaff Hill’s Summer Holiday Program will feature Groovy Washer Necklaces at 11am and Calligraphy at 2pm.

Yoga: Try Kimberley Erin Yoga at the Warrnambool Surf Club from 9am.

Hike: Defy Fitness presents a Tower Hill Discovery hike from 10am to 1pm.

Fishing: Warrnambool Offshore and light game fishing are hosting their annual fishing competition at the Breakwater precinct from January 5 to 13.

Stage: Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre is hosting the Holiday Actor’s production of ‘Wicked’ - The untold story of the witches of Oz. Shows start at 7.30pm and run until January 13.

Volleyball: Beachfest activities will include Beach Volleyball at McGennans Beach from 11am to 3pm, followed by Snags on the Sand, beach barbecue from 12 noon.

Music: Beachfest presents Tunes in the Dunes at McGennans Beach from 11am to 3pm.

Soccer: Beach soccer will stir up the sand on McGennans Beach from 1.30pm to 3pm.

History: Warrnambool Family History Group are hosting 1.5 hour tours of the cemetery from 6pm.

Golf: The Rotary Club of Warrnambool East ‘Hole in One’ fundraiser runs from Boxing day to Australia day weekend at Viaduct Road from 10am to 6pm. Join the chance to win a car.

Wharf: Flagstaff Hill presents Wednesdays on the Wharf with live music in the beer garden from 5pm to 8pm during January. Today’s session Phil Royle & The Revolvers and Easy-Listening Popular Music.

Cinema: F Project Cinema is presenting ‘The Princess Bride’ at Warrnambool’s Mozart Hall. The 1987 romantic comedy starring Billy Crystal screens from 7.30pm.

Port Campbell: Environment expert Mandy Watson will share tales of pirates, conspiracy and life-and-death on the high seas in Whale Chasers film and talk to be held at the Port Campbell Arts Space from 7.30pm.

Beachfest: Defy Fitness are hosting a Tower Hill Discovery Hike from 10am to 1pm.

Flagstaff: Wednesdays on the Wharf are presenting Phil Royle & The Revolvers, as well as Easy-listening Popular Music from 5 to 8pm at Flagstaff Hill.

Athletics: Warrnambool Athletics Club to host the second of its four five-kilometre summer series. Walk from 5.45pm and run from 6pm, starting at Flagstaff Hill.

Film: Port Fairy Film Society are presenting their collection of summer movies at the Reardon Theatre. Today’s film is the adult M-rated action film ‘Thor Ragnaraok’ from 7.30pm.

Thursday, January 11

Walk: Nullawarre will be home to a Natural History Walk with local naturalist and plant expert David Smurthwaite at 11am to 12.30pm.

Kids: Flagstaff Hill’s Summer Holiday Program will feature Magnificent Mosaics at 11am and Crazy Crows at 2pm.

Stage: Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre is hosting the Holiday Actor’s production ‘Wicked’ - The untold story of the witches of Oz. Shows start at 7.30pm and runs until January 13.

Film: Port Fairy Film Society are presenting their collection of summer movies at the Reardon Theatre. Today’s film is the adult adventure film ‘War for the planet of the apes’ at 7.30pm.

Dogs: Warrnambool Greyhound Racing Club is presenting a ‘Summer Carnival’ as part of the Warrnambool Seaside Festival. Gates open at 5.30pm for an evening of water activities, a jumping castle and sports games.

Golf: The Rotary Club of Warrnambool East ‘Hole in One’ fundraiser runs from Boxing day to Australia day weekend at Viaduct Road from 10am to 6pm. Join the chance to win a car.

Fishing: Warrnambool Offshore and light game fishing is hosting its annual fishing competition at the Breakwater precinct from January 5 to 13.

Birds: Watch the arrival of the short-tailed shearwater birds in Port Fairy as part of the Summer by the Sea Series. 8.45pm to 10pm.

Friday, January 12

Golf: The Rotary Club of Warrnambool East ‘Hole in One’ fundraiser runs from Boxing day to Australia day weekend at Viaduct Road from 10am to 6pm. Join the chance to win a car.

Kids: Flagstaff Hill’s Summer Holiday Program will feature Cooking up a Storm at 11am and Bead Bugs at 2pm.

BMX: Warrnambool BMX Club are hosting a Come and Try day on Friday. Registration begins at 4pm for a 4.30pm start. Come equipped for a ride.

Blues & Roots: St Brigid’s Hall in Crossley will be home to a Blues and Roots Festival 2018 on January 12 and 13. The family-friendly event will include a jumping castle and rides for the kids, food, drinks and six hours of live music. Tonight’s event starts at 6pm

Outdoor Movie: Beachfest will present its third and final film as part of the ‘Twilight movies in the Park’ series. This week’s film is the PG-rated drama ‘Hampstead’ from 8.30pm.

Stage: Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre is hosting the Holiday Actor’s production ‘Wicked’ - The untold story of the witches of Oz. Shows start at 7.30pm and runs until January 13.

Nature: Defy Fitness are hosting a scavenger hunt through the Warrnambool Botanic Gardens for children aged 5 to 12. ‘Treasures of Nature’ will run from 10am to 12.30pm and include morning tea.

Fishing: Warrnambool Offshore and light game fishing is hosting its annual fishing competition at the Breakwater precinct from January 5 to 13.

Markets: The Summer Night Markets is on at Lake Pertobe from 4.30pm to 8.30pm. Boutique beers, food stalls, gifts, clothing and toys will fill the grassed area for four hours. Live music from Tom Richardson and a variety of local artists on the youth stage.

Craft: Kids can learn about beach-nesting birds and paint their own bag at Lake Pertobe as part of the Summer by the Sea series. Activities from 4.30pm to 8.30pm.

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