Hold on tight! Winter Fest is coming...

Thursday, 23 May In

If you thought last years’ Winter Fest was good, just wait til you see what’s in store this year…

It’s time to shake off the winter blues and explore the fun that Winter Fest brings to Moonee Valley.

Cr Narelle Sharpe

This years’ Winter Fest will be bigger and better than ever with the return of the ice rink and even more attractions to help you keep the cold at bay.

Daredevils will love the giant ice slide in Leake Street, Essendon North and life sized neon sculptures in Flemington’s Pridham Plaza will be a selfie snappers’ delight.

If you like your entertainment a little less `out there’, why not join the Winter Feast and enjoy a progressive five course dinner at five restaurants in Keilor Road. (Progressive dinners were huge in the 70s!)

Jazz fans can get their groove on at a range of local events as part of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival and there’ll be Winter Music in the Valley in some of our most beautiful churches. You can even celebrate the Winter Solstice with a magical musical light show in Niddrie.

Mayor Cr Narelle Sharpe is encouraging people to join in the fun.

“Winter can often be a quiet time of year, but Winter Fest gives people an excuse to get out and enjoy themselves, and what better way to do that than by racing down a thirty metre solid ice slide on an inflatable tube?”

Check out the full program and book tickets here.

Winter Fest is sponsored by Moonee Ponds Traders Association, Moonee Valley Racing Club and Ryman Healthcare.



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