General information on Federation Square.

Melbourne's Federation Square was been one of the most progressive and most exciting projects undertaken in Melbourne in many years and as a result is now the main area for many of Melbourne's multicultural festivals and events.

A comedian entertaining passers by in Melbourne's Federation Square. Now a very popular meeting place for many overseas and interstate tourists, backpackers and locals, Melboune's Federation Square can also boast being the home of the Melbourne Information Kiosk which is always crowded with tourists sourcing information about places to visit and things to do in Melbourne and Victoria.

Since Melbourne's Federation Square opened in 2002, it has become one of Melbourne's most visited attractions and is high on the lsit of things to do in Melbourne with more than 10 million visitors a year.

The massive crowd on New Years Eve at Federation Square in Melbourne The main area of Federation Square is tiled with 7500 square metres of coloured sandstone from Australia's Kimberley Mountain in Western Australia.
The colours are vibrant and very much Australian and as a result Melbourne's Federation Square has become a huge tourist attraction or just a popular meeting place.

Fireworks on New Years Eve Federation Square, Melbourne Federation Square has the ability to host events of up to 20,000 at anyone time and is the chosen venue for many cultural and multicultural events.

Within the ' Federation Squares' confines are restaurants, cafes, bars, a large viewing screen and an outdoor performance area which is used to host events and exhibitions.

There is plenty of seating provided and Federation Square is a popular meeting place for locals, backpackers and tourists.

There is an information kiosk located in Federation Square and is a very popular destination for tourists and backpackers who want information on where to go or what to do in Melbourne and Victoria.

Annual events in Federation Square.

Melbourne's Federation Square is the host to more than 2000 events annualy and these include multicultural and cultural festivals, exhibitions in many shapes and forms, product and event launches and the list just goes on.

The Transport Bar in Melbourne's Federation Square. Federation Square is the host and home to most of Melboune's major festivals, events and multicultural events. Since it began Melbourne's Federation Square has become a huge tourist attraction and as a venue it is extremely user friendly and family orientated. Melbourne's Federation Square is the perfect venue for these multicultural festivals large and cultural events.

Federation Square is always alive and bubbling with lots of people attending and is one of Melbourne's biggest tourist attractions and now Melbourne's Federation Square is known now as the place to go for multicultural festivals and events that are happening in Melbourne.

The VIC100 Festival of Wine brings the top 100 wines produced by Victoria over the past year to the heart of Melbourne for one afternoon where you can taste the wine, meet the makers and take home your favourites.

There will be wines to excite any vino lover and winery representatives on hand to answer all of the questions you have ever wanted to ask about Victorian wines and the regions they come from. Visit for the largest celebration of Victoria's world-class wineries and an afternoon of sensory delight. There will also be tunes to mingle to and regional produce to complement your wine tasting experience. You'll also take home a VIC100 printed guide, which is your handbook to Victoria's top 100 wines of the year.
Federation Square Laughter Club

The laughter club in Melbourne's Federation Square. Join in a 30-minute laughter session at Melbourne's Federation Square at 11:00am on the 1st Sunday of each month. Laughter Clubs come together for a session and people laugh for no reason without having to resort to jokes or humour. The sessions last about half an hour and are mostly held outdoors.

They are run along the lines established by Dr Madan Kataria, who founded the global laughter movement 14 years ago with one club, and there are now over 5,000 clubs worldwide.

Everyone is welcome to experience first-hand the fun of a laughter session, and gain the benefits of laughter, which improves the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social health of individuals, workplaces, and society.
Fashion @ Federation Square Showcase Series

Fashion showcase series in Melbourne's Federation Square. This Fashion showcase series is one of the important Melbourne festivals and events to see in Melbourne and it encourages new talents revealing their ability to mix fashion with accessories.

This is another major event that is hosted by Melbourne's Federation Square. Fair Fashion will be a showcase Melbourne's up and coming, talented student designers and their sustainable designs. Styled by the talented Julia-Louise Premoselli, this will be a must-see event for fashion lovers and eco warriors alike.

Where: BMW Edge, Federation Square
When: Last Thurs of month
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Cost: $15 includes a glass of wine
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Multicultural Events & Festivals in Federation Square.

* Asian Food Festival - June 10 – 13

* Buddha Light festival - 14 + 15 May

* Chinese Moon Festival - Jan 19

* Diwali Indian Festival of Light - 22 October

* Dutch Orange Day - not happening 2016

* Festival Indonesia - 3 April

* Flair – Festival of Italian Design - 21st August

* German Day Out - 27th July

* Hungarian Festival - 17 February

* Italian Festival - 21st August

* La Faya Mauritius Festival - 6 August

* Lebanese Festival

* Maslenita - Russian Pancake Feast

* Melbourne Afrobeats

* New Zealand Festival

* Oromo Community Festival

* Peruvian Festival

* Polish Festival - 13 Nov

* Russian Festival

* Thai Festival of Food and Culture

* Thessaloniki Festival

* Turkish Festival

* Ukraine Festival

* Viva Brazil - Melbourne Latin Summer Festival - 9th Jan

* Viva Victoria
Federation Square Car Clubs Showcase

The Federation Square Car Clubs Showcase happens the last Sunday of every month.

Every month a different Car Club is represented ans Melbourne's Federation Square is the perfect meeting place for such an event.

Come along and join in and meet the owners and everyone is welcome.

Where: Flinders Street Frontage
When:Last Sun of month, 11:00am-2:30pm
Tickets: Free

Participating Car Clubs 2016

25 January – Alfa Romeo Owners Club of Australia, VIC Division

15 February - Cobra Car Club

29 March - Australian Austin A30 – A40 Car Club

26 April – Monaro Club of Victoria

31 May – Porsche TYP 901 Register Inc.

28 June – Volvo Car Club of Victoria

26 July – Toyota MR2 Owner’s Club of Australia

30 August – Volkswagen Club of Victoria

27 September – RS Owners Club Victoria

25 October – Classic & Historical Automobile Club of Australia

29 November – Victorian Mini Club
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