Events to mark in your diary


Spring: The Cobden Spring Festival brings fishing, parades, music, food and market stalls to Cobden from Friday 5pm until Sunday 4pm.

Art Show: The Terang Secondary College will host a Community Art Show from 7.30pm on Friday. Artists, stalls, and food will feature on Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 4pm. 


Shopping: Panmure Primary School is hosting a shopping trip to Melbourne on Saturday. The cost includes bus, lunch and hostess, with funds raised going directly to the school.

Ride: The Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic will test the legs of hundreds of riders when they race the 277 km distance between Melbourne’s Eagle Stadium and Warrnambool’s Raglan Parade. The first rider is expected to cross the line between 2.30 and 3pm.

Classic cars: Hot rods, classic and muscle cars will be on show at the finish line of the Cycling Classic.

Family fun: The 3 Peaks Festival will be held on Saturday between 10am and 4pm at Dunkeld’s Memorial Park. There will be more than 50 stalls, music and activities at the all-ages event.

Fishing: The Merri River Celebration will run between 10am and 12pm on Saturday at the Charles Kane Reserve on Stanley Street in South Warrnambool. There will be a free fishing clinic, conservation talks and sausage sizzle for children accompanied by adults.

Bridge: The Bridge Club Congress will be held on Saturday and Sunday at Warrnambool’s South Rovers Football Club on Coulstock Street between 10am and 5pm.


Walk for support: Warrnambool Walk for Parkinson’s will be held on Sunday. Participants will walk from the Pavilion Cafe at 11am, returning along the promenade to a free sausage sizzle and live music.

Country Music: Warrnambool District Country Music Group presents Kelly Britten & Zane McKenzie on Sunday at Warrnambool’s City Memorial Bowls Club between 1pm and 4.30pm. 

Community Hub: As part of the Celebrage Festival, games, a BBQ and coffee will fill Warrnambool’s Civic Green on Sunday from 10am to 2pm.