Posted by Taryn Hunter
24. Oct, 2012
|October 25, 2012|
Whether you love its architectural ingenuity or think it’s an eyesore, there’s no denying that Federation Square has become one of Melbourne’s iconic landmarks.
From hosting the like of Oprah, the Queen and Andre Rieu, Fed Square has become a cultural hub and go-to meeting place for visitors and Melbournians alike.
Every year the site plays host to almost 10 million visitors, which is set to increase this week as the Square celebrates this milestone birthday with a serious of concerts and free events for the whole family.
From 25th until 28th October you can take part in Big Screen Gaming and PAC MAN competition, enjoy African drumming or have a tipple at the Microbrewerie Showcase.
WHEN: Thursday 25 October – Sunday 28 October
WHERE: Federation Square, corner Flinders Street & St Kilda Road, Melbourne
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