Your guide to events


Festival: The Cobden Spring Festival runs from Friday 5.30pm to Sunday 5pm and includes a street parade, entertainment, food, competitions, music, and displays.


Cycling: The Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic will welcome hundreds of riders into the city accompanied by a classic car club event, stalls and music.

Camperdown Show: The Camperdown showgrounds on Errey Street will be filled with livestock, show-jumping, crafts, side shows and food between 8am and 5pm.

Shop: Brightbird Espresso are hosting 2ND Hand Sale from 9am to 1pm. 

Karting: Warrnambool Kart Club will be hosting the final round of the Australian 2017 Victorian Country Series. The free two-day event including over 160 karters will a presentation.

Theatre: Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre are presenting DYLANesque, the Bob Dylan Story, from 7.30pm.

Autism: Warrnambool’s Deakin University will host an Understanding Autism seminar for parents and carers from 4.30pm. 

Art: The Warrnambool Art Gallery are offering free tours of their permanent collection. The free one-hour tour begins at 1pm.  


Family: Warrnambool’s Tour de Depot will be held on the Lake Pertobe grassed area and will include market stalls, food and live music between 10am and 3pm. Funds raised will support the Leila Rose Foundation.

Athletics: Warrnambool Little Athletics Club are hosting a come and try day from 11am. Children aged five to 15 can try track and field events at Brauerander Park, Caramut Road.

Trains: Cobden Miniature Railway Park are offering miniature train rides, mini golf, children's playground and barbecue facilities between 11am and 4pm. 

Fair: Woolsthorpe Primary School is holding their country fair from 10am to 2pm.

Rowing: A Come and Try Rowing day will be held at Warrnambool’s Proudfoots from 10am to 12.30pm. Whaleboats and St Ayles Skiffs will be available to try for rowers aged 16 and over.

Fete: St Patrick’s School in Port Fairy are hosting their annual school fete between 10am and 2pm.


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