18 Activities For A Fun-Filled Spring

Melbourne is renowned for its sporting and cultural events all year round, and spring is no exception. Spring in Melbourne is truly a delight, the weather starts warming, flowers are blooming and it is the perfect time to get out and about.

So what’s on this Spring in Melbourne and beyond? Here are 18 activities to keep your calendar action-packed:

  1. For an unforgettable day visit the Royal Melbourne Show Sep 21 – Oct 1, 2023
  2. Frolic through the flowers at Tesselar Tulip Festival Sep 16 – Oct 15, 2023
  3. See your heroes at the Grand Final Parade Sep 29, 2023
  4. Cheer your heart out at Toyota AFL Grand Final Sep 30, 2023
  5. Visit the newly reopened Studley Park Boathouse Open 7 days
  6. Get lost amongst the blooms at Cherry Hill Blossom Festival Sep 16 – Oct 1, 2023
  7. Take in a show at The Melbourne Fringe Festival Oct 3 – Oct 22, 2023
  8. Visit the animals at Chesterfield Farm Open 7 days
  9. Pick your own fresh apples at Rayners Orchard Open 7 days
  10. Get back to nature at the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne Open 7 days
  11. Delight the senses at Melbourne International Jazz Festival Oct 20 – Oct 29, 2023
  12. Visit the night market at The Queen Victorian Market Wednesday evenings
  13. Immerse yourself in First Nations art and music at The Lume Open 7, days
  14. Take the kids for free during school holidays to The Melbourne Zoo Open 7 days
  15. Have a punt at Melbourne Cup Carnival Nov 4 – Nov 11, 2023
  16. Take a tour of Pentridge Prison Open 7 days
  17. Pack a picnic and spend the day at Wilson Botanic Park Open 7 days
  18. Pan for gold at Sovereign Hill Open 7 days


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