Discover the region during the Naturally Loddon Spring Festival
Published on 25 July 2019
Discover even more of our wonderful Loddon region with this year’s Naturally Loddon Spring Festival.
Kicking off from 1 September with the annual Piccoli’s Star Spanner Sculpture Gardens Father’s Day Picnic, the festival continues until 3 November.
Regulars and newcomers to the Naturally Loddon Spring Festival will enjoy a range of events showcasing the region’s history, art and natural wonders.
This year’s festival will see the return of regular popular events, including the Wedderburn Vintage Machinery Rally (7 to 8 September), Kooyoora Wildflower Show (21 to 22 September) and the Terrick Terrick National Park activities weekend (4 to 6 October).
There’s also the Boort Sculpture by the Lake competition (12 October), Nardoo Hills Reserves Guided Trip (12 October), Wedderburn Community House’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Spring Dance (18 October) and the annual Boort Angling Club Family Carp Eradication Weekend (19 to 20 October).
For those with a green thumb, don’t miss the chance to get along to Native Gardening for Sustainability on 13 October or take the opportunity to view Wedderburn Open Gardens on Sunday 20 October.
If you’re curious about standup paddleboarding, you have the chance to give it a try with a Learn to Standup Paddleboard lesson on Saturday 19 October at Little Lake Boort. Following your lesson, you can join in the Standup Paddleboarding Guided Tour on the Loddon River at Serpentine on Saturday 2 November.
Closing out this year’s Naturally Loddon Spring Festival will be the Lions Inglewood Alive Festival on Sunday 3 November.
The event transforms the town’s Brooke Street into a vibrant space filled with gourmet food, live entertainment, custom car and motorcycle show and shine display, market stalls and more.
For more information or a calendar of events, phone the Loddon Visitor Information Centre on 5494 1257, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.loddon.vic.gov.au