The Festival for everyone
Enjoy the cruisy, outdoor Carter Holt Harvey Street Party, or the excitement of live sports events. Take in the Myrtleford Art Prize and Reign of Pearls Photographic exhibitions, then shop at our markets. How about a cooked breakfast in the heart of town, followed by a motorbike ride or a guided historical tour?
WHAT'S ON AT THE FESTIVAL? Check out the Festival Program to see just how big & varied our Festival is. Keep watching the Program for event changes & updates.
come on - VOLUNTEER!!
The Festival runs on people power, and there are many little jobs we need help with. If you've ever thought of being a volunteer, NOW IS THE TIME TO JOIN! We'd love to have you help us - for an hour, half a day, or the whole Festival if you'd like. To get involved, just email our friendly Volunteers Coordinator.
CarterHoltHarvey joins the Party
The 2014 Festival has received some very generous financial support from Carter Holt Harvey-WPA, so we threw a party to celebrate. The Carter Holt Harvey Street Party on Saturday March 8 was a very fun evening of free music and socializing under the stars. Read more.
Coles Supermarkets - Super Supporters
We're extremely grateful for Coles Supermarkets' major support of the Festival and Cotters Markets. The yummy produce enjoyed at Cotters Market sausage sizzles throughout the year is provided by Coles, on top of their major financial sponsorship of the Festival. Thank you Coles! Read more
our new FESTIVAL QUEEN
The 2014 Festival Queen is Georgia Zamperoni, partnered by Jake Rouse and sponsored by Club Savoy Myrtleford. We wish her all the best in the year ahead, as she takes over the duties of her title from 2013 Queen Emma Botter.
Art Prize Winners
Congratulations to artists Clare Leeuwin-Clark and Laural Lawless who respectively won the $3,500 Myrtleford Art Prize & David Draper Landscape Prize. Read more
Opening the Festival with a real BANG
The Festival Opening Ceremony was held on Friday March 7 in the Myrtleford Piazza. By all accounts this was a VERY popular move, with a big crowd enjoying Richard Perso's opening concert on a beautiful, warm evening. And then of course, there were the PRINCESSES!
Myrtleford? Where is it?
If you haven't visited Victoria's northeastern High Country, you've missed something special! Myrtleford is in the lush Ovens Valley, at the base of the state's highest mountains. We're an hour from Albury-Wodonga, three hours from Melbourne, and a world away from your worries. Read more
What are you waiting for?!
OK - enough talking. Have a look at our website to learn all about Myrtleford and our magnificent Festival.