What’s on in Victoria: Top 10 things to do in March
Our guide to the top 10 things to do in Victoria over March.
International Women’s Day Photography Exhibition 2020
- Melbourne Camera Club Gallery, Cnr Ferrars & Dorcas Sts, South Melbourne
- 29 February to 2 March and 7 to 9 March
Melbourne Camera Club's third annual major photography exhibition showcasing the work of female photographers to help celebrate International Women's Day.
Upstream, Festival of Art + Culture
- 6 to 9 March
This arts and culture festival is putting a spotlight on local talent and bringing the community together. The family-friendly festival has lots of free activities and is accessible to all, creating experiences that people can share across generations.
Tyabb Airshow 2020
- Tyabb (Westernport) Airport, Tyabb
- 8 March
The sky over Tyabb will reverberate with the roar and rumble of warbird, vintage and exotic aircraft of all types this March. Get your thrills with low-level aerobatics, high-energy displays of current and past Australian Defence Force aircraft from the RAAF, RAN and Army, as well as a huge line-up of veteran and vintage cars and motorcycles on display.
SHOWS CANCELLED: Brunswick Music Festival 2020
- Various Brunswick locations
- 9 to 22 March
Brunswick Music Festival continues to bring the best international and local musicians to the suburb. Proudly produced and presented by Moreland City Council, the exciting annual event draws artists and venues together with residents and visitors for two special weeks of shows and events.
From Picture to Page And Beyond - Bendigo Papercrafts Show
- Kangaroo Flat Primary School, Olympic Parade, Kangaroo Flat, (entry off Freeman St)
- 14 and 15 March
Unleash your inner craft enthusiasts at the Bendigo Papercrafts Show. See the latest products in action with live demonstrations by talented crafters, do a mini class or buy craft supplies and materials for your latest projects.
CANCELLED: Red Earth Awakened
- Red Earth Park & Mooroolbark Community Centre, Mooroolbark
- 20 and 21 March
Celebrate Mooroolbark presents Red Earth Awakened – 40 years on. The festival promises to be a party like no other, with inspiration from future imaginings and from 1980 when the inaugural Red Earth Festival was held.
CANCELLED: Golden Plains Community Arts Trail
- 22 venues through Golden Plains Shire
- 21 and 22 March
CANCELLED: Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show
- Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, Melbourne
- 25 to 29 March
The Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show is one of Victoria’s largest events attracting over 100,000 garden, design and DIY enthusiast annually. The 25th anniversary of the Flower & Garden Show will be its biggest ever.
CANCELLED: KaBloom, Festival of Flowers
- Tesselaar Flower Farm, 357 Monbulk Road, Silvan
- 28 March to 19 April
Get yourself ready for a brilliant day out with family and friends. Stroll among millions of spectacular flowers, delight in sensational circus performances and sample delicious treats from food stands and market stalls. There is so much to enjoy at this carnival of colour.
Susan Purdy's Australia Phoenix: A Cosmology
- Gippsland Art Gallery, 70 Foster St, Sale
- Until 26 April
Australia Phoenix surveys the cyclical phenomenon of fire over hundreds of thousands of years and documents the role humanity plays in shaping this event. Expanding over twenty-one metres, the monumental work wraps around the gallery and encompasses the viewer in a black and white narrative.