Events


January

All Day
24
Jan
Day & Night event

Great Western Cup

The Grampians Region is home to the renowned Great Western Cup.

As one of the most-admired racing events in the nation, the Great Western Cup welcomes many international and local visitors to its quaint and picturesque township next to the majestic Grampian Ranges.

Experience world-class racing at this fun-filled event and enjoy an array of other fun-filled activities that the region has to offer. The race is held on the Saturday of the Australia Day weekend and welcomes a huge number of visitors from all over the world.

Indulge yourself with a Mini Marquee or an Entertainer Marquee Race Day Package or kick back under the shade of your Umbrella Package with full track views for you and your friends.

Alternatively, experience gourmet dining in the newly created Bird Cage in the Devlin Pavilion and treat yourself to a race day package that includes regional produce and fabulous Seppelt wines. Enjoy live entertainment from Reece Mastin and get your groove on after the last race!


February

All Day
6
Feb
Day event

Horsham Triathalon

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The Horsham Triathlon has grown in leaps and bounds over the years to make it a premier event that attracts thousands of competitors and spectators each year and continues to attract participants in increasing numbers every year because it seeks participation from both amateurs and professionals alike.

Participants can also form teams to compete at either level of the Horsham Triathlon, so if you are a strong runner but a weak swimmer, you can create a team to suit your strengths.

Regular people are encouraged to take part; you do not need to be a professional to participate. All ages, sizes and abilities are welcome, and any bike or gear will do. Just get moving! There are courses with varying lengths to suit all abilities.

All Day
6
Feb
Day event

Grampians Ride to Remember

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The Grampians Ride to Remember brings the community together each year to ride their motorcycles through the Grampians region to raise money for the Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation, with more than 300 people joining the ride each year to raise money for this worthy cause.

Commencing in Barkly St, Ararat at 9am sharp, the ride travels on all sealed roads through the rural countryside within the Ararat Rural City and Pyrenees Shire Council municipalities, taking in the roads along the edges of the magnificent Grampians National Park and traveling through the towns of Willaura, Wickliffe, and with a stop at Lake Bolac for a 45 minute Morning Tea.

This then continues onto Streatham and Eurambeen Rd, and then turns onto the Western Highway through to Buangor, before heading back via Warrak to Ararat for a relaxing BBQ in the Alexandra Gardens.

The Ride features an opportunity to take in some spectacular scenery; including both the Challicum Hills and Ararat Wind Farms.

Your registration includes BBQ Lunch, show-bag with commemorative badge plus complimentary bottled water at the finish of the Ride.

The event acknowledges and pays respect to Victorian Police officers who are killed in active duty and money raised will be donated to the Blue Ribbon Foundation to fund medical equipment at Ararat Hospital.

So if you have a registered motorbike and are fully licenced, come and enjoy this event and an opportunity to explore the Grampians region.

All Day
14
Feb
Night event

Valentines Day

All Day
27
Feb
Day & Night event

Grampians Music Festival

The Grampians Music Festival is an annual event held hosting a range of music acts playing at a relaxed outdoor festival.

Located right in the centre of Halls Gap, the Grampians Music Festival is a fantastic local music event that attracts local and interstate acts for live performance.

The festival hosts a number of acts with a centre large stage, so there will not be any conflicting scheduling between performances. Simply grab a spot, get comfortable and sit and enjoy the live music.

Picnics are welcome at the event, but BYO alcohol is not permitted. Food and drink is available for purchase inside the festival.

This is a family-friendly festival and kids are welcome (kids under 12yrs are free).

To ensure that the festival is an intimate event, as well as limiting the impact on the natural environment, the music festival will be limited to just 2500 tickets. So make sure to book your ticket in advance.


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