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It may be the start of winter and the days at their shortest, but that doesn’t mean that it’s a reason to stay home-side and not enjoy the region this June.

You and your visitors can take advantage of music festivals, creative exhibitions, art prizes, Winter Solstice celebrations, event series and the inaugural Queenscliff Low Light Festival.

Portarlington comes alive next weekend – 8-11 June – as lovers of Celtic, Folk, dance and the arts come together for the National Celtic Festival.

The National Wool Museum will be rugged up with the Scarf Festival happening from 8 June – 26 August.

The 2018 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize is on display at the Geelong Gallery from 9 June – 26 August.

Jack Rabbit Vineyard celebrates their fireside series starting with an Adele Show and Hot Club Swing.

Winter Solstice is celebrated at Oakdene Vineyards and the Potato Shed.

360Q have a series of events over Winter starting with a Progressive Dinner on 22 June.

And the inaugural Low Light Festival will shine a light on Queenscliff, bringing the finest international and local acts and culinary talents in a month-long celebration of all the senses. The festival occurs over four weekends from 22 June.