Winter Art and Culture in the Macedon Ranges
Winter in the Macedon Ranges is about art, culture and music. As the golden leaves of autumn disappear, and we all retreat indoors to escape those chilly days, the Macedon Ranges comes alive with an abundance of events, exhibitions and shows. If you haven’t booked in a weekend to visit the Macedon Ranges, now is the perfect time.
The Kyneton Museum is a great place to start with their photographic exhibition, Life on the Line, which documents life on the railroads. Kyneton Museum is located on Piper Street, Kyneton. Historical Piper Street is well known for its fabulous restaurants, cafes and bars.
The Woodend Winter Arts Festival is the jewel in the Macedon Ranges art crown. Commencing on June 7 with their annual fireworks display, the event offers a busy four day schedule showcasing artists, authors and musicians from around the country. Tickets are available through their website.
The Kyneton Town Hall offers a range of events including plays, concerts and comedy. Don’t miss My Brilliant Divorce, produced by multi-award winner Denny Lawrence, playing on August 3. Arj Barker, international Comedian is returning to Kyneton on August 16, with his show We Need To Talk. A hilarious night of laughs as he attacks Millennials, children, lifehacks and technology… with a positive spin.
Check out Macedon Ranges Naturally Cool, to keep up to date on what’s on in the Macedon Ranges. You’ll read about workshops, markets, local plays and concerts, open gardens. There are some very clever local people offering some amazing experiences.
At Lawson Lodge we are offering a STAY 3 PAY 2 offer on all remaining weekends in winter, as well as mid-week stays.