Posted by Taryn Hunter
17. Sep, 2012
|October 1, 2012|
There’s nothing more exciting for little and big kids alike than when the Royal Melbourne Show rolls in to town. Rides, show bags, stinky animals and enough sugar to send you into a post ghost-train meltdown, the show has it all!
If the thought of gravity-defying coasters makes you feel a little queasy inside, then there is an array of attractions that will keep your feet planted firmly on the ground. Taste the delights of award-winning food and wine in the new Taste of Victoria Epicure Pavilion or trial new products and have fun learning about agriculture and in particular Victorian produce. Or get out your scorecard and help judges pick a winner in the best-in-show tents. There’s also live entertainment and fireworks to cap off what is the perfect way to celebrate the start of spring in Melbourne.
WHERE: Melbourne Showgrounds, 300 Epsom Road, Flemington
WHEN: Starts Saturday 22 September, and runs to to 2 October, open 9.30am-9.30pm
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