Holi 2018 Celebrations in Melbourne

This is a list of all major Holi celebrations in Melbourne

AIII 10th Holi Fair

 Hosted by:  AIII – The Australian Indian Innovations Inc. and Dr RnB Entertainment

Date: Sunday, 4 March 2018 at 11:30–18:30

Venue:  Springers Leisure Centre, 400 Cheltenham Road, Keysborough, Victoria, Australia 3173

Scrumptious Food by Melbourne’s various most famous food trucks

Children’s Rides, Camel Rides, Pony Rides & Variety Stalls, Massive DJ & Sound, Nonstop Music for all those Dance lovers and the fun of playing with Powdered Colour, Water Balloons for Kids,

Dry Powder Holi & Water Based Holi for the first time in Melbourne By AIII,

Festival of Colours 2018

Hosted By: Harekrishna Valley

Date: Sun. 25 February 2018

Time: 11:00 am – 4:00

Venue: Barwon Park Mansion, 105 Inverleigh Road, Winchelsea, VIC 3241

You will need to buy the colours – 3 packets at $10. At venue each packet costs $5. You must bring your Eventbrite ticket to the venue to receive your pre-ordered colours. No refunds are possible once colour packets are sold. Car parking at the event is $10 per car. Snacks and food will be available at $5-$12. No alcohol, drugs, meat or smoking allowed at the event.

Holi at Werribee Racecourse


Hosted By: Festivals of South Asia Inc.

Date: 3rd March 2018

Time: 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM

Venue: Werribee Racecourse, 2 – 10 Bulban Rd, Werribee, VIC 3030

Adults – $5 and Kids enter free.

Colorfest Melbourne


Hosted By: Star Event Productions

Date: 29th April 2018

Time: 11:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Venue: Moonee Valley Racing Club, 1 McPherson St, Moonee ponds

Email : info@stareventproductions.com.au

One Massive Festival with Non Stop Music & Dance.This is one of kind Colour festival that will fuze all the elements of EDM, Commercial with touch of RNB Music, Pop, House. Live performances from the City’s Best DJ’s.

Rang Barse – Festival of Colours

Date: Sunday, 18 March 2018

Time: 11:00–18:00

Venue: Monash Clayton Sports Center, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Free Entry


The Rang Barase theme is to bring the communities and individuals with different cultural, religious and national background to come together and enjoy the feeling of companionship and friendship amongst known and unknowns by sharing the fun of sprinkling and dusting the beautiful dry

colours on each other signifying that the Mother nature’s scheme of beautiful colours is non-discriminatory and it creates a blissful complementary combination of pleasure enjoyed by everyone.

Holi at St Kilda Beach


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