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Melbourne in March

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As overall one of the best, most balanced months of the year in terms of weather and events, March in Melbourne is the ideal time to visit if a consistent climate is an important concern.

Melbourne in March at a Glance -
Public Holidays: Labour Day – 12 March, 2012
Season: Autumn
Average Temperatures: 23.9 – 13.2 degrees Celsius

Generally nice, sunny days without being too hot couple with cooler nights that make for comfortable sleeping conditions to make it a great time to pay a visit to Victoria's capital. It is also one of the busiest months in terms of general events and “goings-on” in the city outside of the major holiday periods, with several big annual highlights occurring in Melbourne during March.

Melbourne in MarchFestivals, sporting events and multiple other forms of entertainment add an active and festive vibe to March which reflects the crisp energy of the Autumn weather nicely, and the relatively lack of rainfall in March means outdoor activities are also exceedingly popular. The one downside to visiting Melbourne during March is that, with so many events on, accommodation can sometimes be difficult to come by – especially during the weekend in the middle of the when the annual racing Grand Prix is held.

Some of the most popular activities and things to do in Melbourne in March include:

Attend the annual Melbourne Food and Wine Festival

Melbourne Food and Wine FestivalMelbourne's reputation for being the culinary capital of Australia is not without merit, and the yearly Food and Wine Festival is a perfect reflection of that fact. A showcase of all the best, high quality food and drink that Melbourne and the surrounding regions of Victoria have to offer, anyone with even a passing interest in sampling some delicacies will want to pay a visit. The top chefs of the region combine with some of the most skilled winemakers from the vineyards of the Yarra Valley and beyond to put on a food-lover's extravaganza that lasts for around two weeks.

With over 300 events that fill the many streets and laneways of Melbourne's city centre and branch out into regional Victoria, there is a huge range of things to see and do throughout the duration of the festival. Many of the events that take place during the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival are free, making it a cost-effective way to while away a day or two while holidaying in the city – and with so many options, the range of food and drinks on offer means visitors can sometimes feel spoilt for choice. In addition, be prepared to fight the crowds; over 350,000 people attended the festival in 2011, and with the numbers expected to continue to grow in each subsequent year, this is likely to become even more of a factor in future.

Take a cruise on the Yarra River

Melbourne River CruiseThe pleasant weather conditions of March make travelling down the Yarra River by boat one of the best ways to carve a scenic path through the city and see some of its best highlights minus the exhaustion of hiking around on foot. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views of such essentials of Melbourne as the iconic Botanic Gardens, River Gardens and Dockland, or take a cruise at night and enjoy the scenery and the lights of the city by moonlight while enjoying a delicious dinner; both ways are equally enjoyable!

Viewing Melbourne from the water will grant you a unique perspective on the city that many visitors miss, and regardless of whether you are sightseeing from out of town or a local you'll be bound to see something you'd otherwise never catch a glimpse of from the street. Numerous routes are available that each emphasise a different part of the city, with cruises available that will take you both up and down the river in each direction, from Herring Island to Williamstown to the Docklands precinct, all accompanied by knowledgeable and entertaining commentary on the landmarks you pass along the way.
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Travel to the wineries of the Mornington Peninsula

While the Yarra Valley may claim most of the fame in terms of Victorian wineries, don't discount the seaside, cool-climate region of the Mornington Peninsula. With its own distinct style of produce that separates itself from the Yarra, the Mornington Peninsula boasts an individual array of cool-climate wines and region-specific produce that make a visit from Melbourne in March a worthwhile endeavour to anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

There are plenty of tour opportunities to embark on that will take you from Melbourne proper to some of the more than 170 vineyards that dot the region, with over 50 wineries ranging from the large to the boutique providing additional variety. Framed amongst a backdrop of sprawling farms, orchards and kitchen gardens, the Autumn scenery of the Peninsula as well as Port Phillip and Western Port bays provides a perfect complement to the culinary delights that are on offer.
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What to do in Melbourne by Month:

These are just a few of the most popular things to do in Melbourne in March - for a comprehensive list of things to do in Melbourne throughout all months of the year, be sure to check out our main region page for hundreds of options!

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