In its 55th year, Farm World is Victoria’s largest regional event attracting 750 exhibitors. New in 2016 was the Farm World Equestrian Expo and this fantastic event will be held again in 2017. The expo will feature a broad range of equestrian exhibitors, masterclasses with advice from the best in the industry, as well as dressage and show jumping competitions. Farm World attracts visitors from throughout Victoria, southeast of South Australia and Tasmania. It has grown to be Victoria’s largest regional agricultural event, attracting more than 750 exhibitors and 50,000 people through the gates over the 4 days.
Thorpdale Potato Festival
The Thorpdale Potato Festival is a family fun day out to celebrate the humble spud. Potatoes are the world's most versatile vegetable - come learn how they are grown, harvested and thrive in our rich volcanic Gippsland soil. With spud picking, pallet throw, mashed potato eating, live music, sheep dog trials and much more, the Thopdale Potato Festival is a great day out for all te family.
The Baw Baw region of Victoria is a hidden inland gem.
Just over an hour's drive east of Melbourne, Baw Baw is made up of three distinct areas offering a wide range of activities and accommodation to suit any taste or budget.
Explore a region of diversity and beauty, from the alpine majesty of the Baw Baw Plateau and the rich gold mining history of Walhalla to lush valleys and gourmet country pastures. A feast for the senses awaits with breathtaking scenery, adventure, history and a myriad of events.
Baw Baw is great in any season and its close proximity to Melbourne makes it a wonderful choice for a short break, an extended holiday or a day trip.
Also known as West Gippsland, Baw Baw includes the following townships: Darnum, Drouin, Erica, Jindivick, Longwarry, Mount Baw Baw, Neerim South, Noojee, Rawson, Tanjil Bren, Yarragon, Walhalla, Warragul and Willow Grove.
Baw Baw's natural attractions include: Mount Baw Baw, Bunyip State Park, Mt Worth State Park, Ada Tree, Moondarra Park and Toorongo Falls.
Check out a market near you by visiting the events page on the Visit Baw Baw website.