Colac & District: Events

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All year

Lions Club Market, Colac

Colac Lions Club Market

Held on the third Sunday of each month (excluding March) in Memorial Square, Colac, 9am–2pm. Fresh produce, preserves, garden plants, refreshments, music and sausage sizzle.

Contact Jan Dowie (03) 5231 4235 or email.


November 2017–March 2018

Birregurra Sunday Markets

Birregurra Sunday markets every 2nd Sunday of the month from November to April plus Easter Sunday – April 16. Local produce including wine, cider, nuts, ice cream, cakes, slices and Ice Cream.  Plants of all types plus special garden art. 

Special market in March – Garden Harvest Market.  A chance to swap and buy flowers, fruit and vegies and raise money for a local organization. 

Music in the Rotunda from 10.30am to 1.30pm.  Includes a community BBQ.  All proceeds to the Birregurra Community. 


November 2017

Laying the Ghost, Cororooke, 2–4 and 9–11 November 2017

This hilarious, touching and enchanting production is a thoroughly entertaining theatrical show featuring the talents of Colac and district performers and crew.
Laying The Ghost tells the charming story of Margot Buchanan, a witty former actress who lives in a retirement home. A series of quirky characters drop by on her 70th birthday, including an aspiring young actress, Margot’s controversy-prone ex-husband Leo, Leo’s current wife Judy, the tabloid press and an unwanted kiss-o-gram.
Dates and times for the play are:
November 2, 3 and 4 at 8pm, November 9, 10 and 11 at 8pm, and a 2pm matinee on November 11.
Carolyn Theatre, Cororooke. Tickets on sale at Colac’s Cow Lick Bookshop, the Cororooke Store and trybooking.com.


Cororooke Market, Saturday 25 November 2017

Join in the fun at the local community market at Cororooke Hall.  Lots of local produce, preserves plants, arts and crafts, sausage sizzle and kids activities.

9am–1pm, Cororooke Hall, 580 Corangamite Lake Road, Cororooke. Contact Elespeth Hickey on 0408 149 685 or by email.