What’s on in August 2017

Swan Hill has beautiful days during August.

In Swan Hill this month there is the Winter Lights Festival, the Da Vinci Machines Exhibit and the Victorian State Ballet present Cinderella.  Just nearby in Robinvale is the Mallee Almond Blossom Festival.

Winter is also the best time to visit the wonderful Lake Tyrell.  To find out more, click here.

Then at the end of the day come back to the BIG4 and roast marshmallows on our firepits with our Cosy Comfort Sale now on!

Enjoy August!

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Mallee Machinery Field Days – 2nd & 3rd of August

The Mallee Machinery Field Day has more than 8,500 visitors, and 350 exhibitors with an estimated $100,000,000 worth of equipment & machinery on site

Held on the first Thursday of August and preceding Wednesday every year.


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Cinderella by the Victorian State Ballet – 4th of August

Following sold out seasons in 2008 and 2011, The Victorian State Ballet Company are delighted to bring the timeless and most loved fairy tale classic Cinderella to audiences again.


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 Winter Lights Festival –  4th & 5th of August

Glow Maze, craft activities, sports & games, live music, fire pit and marshmallows. There will be international food, hot and cold drinks and glow products available for purchase. HUGE FIREWORKS DISPLAY.


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 Live Music at the Swan Hill Club 

  •  Friday 11th August – Drowning Sorrows
    • The Drowning Sorrows are a 3-piece cover band from Swan Hill playing at the Swan Hill Club.  A very fun night!
  •  Friday 18th August – The Links
    • The Links is a band from Swan Hill, Australia, with a predominantly modern rock/pop punk sound.
  • Friday 25th of August – Endangered Species



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Da Vinci Machines Exhibit – 1st until 20th of August

Enter the amazing world of Italian renaissance genius Leonardo Da Vinci in an interactive exhibition of over 50 of his machines and inventions. Marvel at his vision for a helicopter, a tank, spring driven car, the wooden bicycle and paddle boat. Crank the gears of numerous contraptions and wind the handle of the hydraulic pump. 



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Mallee Almond Blossom Festival – 20th of August

Come prepared for a wonderfully relaxing day sampling and purchasing local produce such as almonds, olives, flavoured olive oils and salad dressings, avocados, sultanas, fresh garden produce, local honey and more. 



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Murrabit Markets

1st Saturday of the Month

More than 200 stalls at the market with fruit and vegetables, local hand crafts, plants, tools, fishing gear, clothes, shoes and  hardware.  (45km south east of Swan Hill.)


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Swan Hill Farmers Market

1st Sunday of the Month

Each month we average around 20 stallholders presenting a wide range a fresh, regional produce.


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Nyah Lions Club Markets

2nd Saturday of the month 

This market is held at the Nyah Recreation Reserve Trotting Track and has around 25 stalls selling everything homemade and home grown.  There are food stalls and local attractions and a playground.  Dogs are allowed on leash.  (24km north of Swan Hill at Nyah Trotting complex)


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Swan Hill Rotary Market

3rd Sunday of the Month

There are around 30 stalls selling bric a brac, plants, produce, assorted goods, books, craft, clothes, local produce and much, much more.


For additional information on Local Market check out our blog – here



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