Local festivals & events
Myrtleford has a long history of running successful local events which appeal to a variety of interests.
Myrtleford Bush Market (The 2014 Market is Friday, 3 January)
Held annually on the first Friday in January (except where the Friday is New Years Day), the market offers a wide selection of stalls selling clothing, craft items plus food and wine. You can download the registration form, the site plan, and the appropriate Food Premises application and guidelines here:
Bushmarket Registration Form
Bushmarket Site Plan
Notification of a temporary food premises Class 4
Notification of a mobile food premises Class 4
Notification by a community group of temporary food premises Class 4
Notification by a community group of mobile food premises Class 4
Held over the March Labour Day weekend, this festival celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2010. More information here.
Lawn Tennis Tournament
The Myrtleford Lawn Tennis Club hosts a special tournament each year at Easter. For more information, telephone (03) 5752 2141, or by email.
This festival celebrates Myrtleford's strong Italian heritage. Held in May each year. More information here.
The Myrtleford Agricultural Show
One of the best rural shows in the country offering rides, entertainment, special attractions plus judging of entries of a variety of animals, craft, food and wine. Held every October. More information here.
Golden Spurs Rodeo
The Boxing Day rodeo has been an annual event in the town for the past 55 years. In 2009, over 360 riders were entered, making it one of the biggest rodeos in Australia. Conducted by the Myrtleford Lions Club. For more information, telephone 0409 170 020.
Myrtleford Produce Market
Held in the grounds of St Paul's Anglican Church in Clyde Street, the market offers fresh home grown fruit, vegetables, preserves, chutney and honey. The market is open from the first Saturday in December to the last Saturday in May. For more information, telephone Alma Adams on 0419 872 326 or (03) 5752 2343.
Myrtleford Flea Market
Held on the second Saturday of each month at the Old School Museum. For more information, telephone (03) 5752 1963.