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  • Local Events

    »Tesselaar Tulip Festival

    September 22, 2014 10:00 AM

    Every springtime the Dandenong Hills come alive with colorful flowers. The Tesselaar family's famous Tulip Farm holds a three week festival to celebrate the beauty of tulips and other spring blooms, as well as the family's Dutch heritage. The staff dresses in traditional Dutch costumes and there is food, drink, music and cultural activities from Holland to be enjoyed as well. You can also pick your own tulips and purchase other flowers, plants, and souvenirs.

    Mount Dandenong Tourist Road
    Melbourne, VIC 3767

    »2nd Annual Managing The Deteriorating Patient Conference

    September 22, 2014 9:00 AM

    The management of patients in clinical deterioration has become a chief concern for Australian hospitals under standard 9 of the National Standards, with a patients potential for deterioration existing in every hospital ward and health service across the country. This annual event focuses on the earlier components of the deteriorating pathway, and the implementation of new initiatives, policies and systems so as patient deterioration can be better detected, planned for and responded to. KEY AREAS OF THE 2014 PROGRAM: Pre-Emptive Care for Chronic Disease Management Responding to the Dying Deteriorating Patient Surgical Patient Deterioration and the Clinical Outcomes Audit The Impact of Diurnal Variation on Patient Outcomes Preventing Inappropriate Escalation of Therapy NEW INNOVATIVE PROJECTS INCLUDE: Mobile Wireless Monitoring of Vital Signs Early Warning Tools Track and Trigger Systems The Multi-Tiered Patient Observation Chart INTERACTIVE AUDIENCE SESSIONS: Advance Care Planning Family Activated Escalation

    270 Collins Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3000

    »Melbourne Fringe Festival

    September 22, 2014

    Just before the Melbourne Festival, the "Fringe" is a three-week alternative version of the major international event. Wonderful and weird art forms dominate venues across the city! Melbourne Fringe is an organization rather than just a Festival. It is dedicated to supporting local independent artists. It encourages innovative, independent, and experimental art, providing an audience for otherwise unseen works of art. In venues as varied as the funky streets of Brunswick, to the sands of local beaches, this is a perfect chance to see something a little off-the-wall. Admission: Tickets start at AUD10 with some free events.

    Melbourne
    Melbourne, VIC

    »Habits (Residency, Week Four)

    September 22, 2014 8:00 PM

    Habits is the electronic music project of Los Angeles-based artist Dustin M. Krapes. With the help of a live cast of musicians, he crafts psychedelic-tinged electronica powered by driving rhythms, cut and paste samples and washes of synthesizers.

    351 Brunswick Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3065

    »Royal Melbourne Show

    September 22, 2014

    For generations of Melbourne children, a visit to this show has been the highlight of the September school holidays. The Melbourne Show is a ten day celebration of all things country is still a firm favorite with city dwellers. There are enough events, art and craft and animal exhibits, dare devil rides and novelty show bags to keep all members of the family happy. Daily events include the Grand Parade of award winning livestock, woodchopping competitions, live music and showjumping. Visit the website for further details on tickets and event timings.

    Epsom Road
    Melbourne, VIC 3032

    »Silvers Circus

    September 23, 2014 1:00 PM

    Swan Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3121

    »Silvers Circus

    September 24, 2014 1:00 PM

    Swan Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3121

    »Silvers Circus

    September 24, 2014 7:30 PM

    Swan Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3121

    »Tom Jones

    September 24, 2014 1:00 AM

    Even though Tom Jones has aged into an old man, the English singer/songwriter still somehow manages to retain some of his characteristically lascivious charm. Getting his start in 1963, singing popular show tunes, Jones built a reputation for himself as an extremely and notoriously wanton performer who can capture the attention of an audience with the flip of a switch. He started playing Las Vegas casinos in the 1970s and after getting a good amount of laudation for his, um, energetic performances, Jones turned into the perfect Vegas singer--a reputation he still upholds.

    154 Flinders street
    Melbourne, VIC 3000

    »Variety Toyota Afl Great Grand Final Lunch

    September 24, 2014

    8 Whiteman Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3006

    »Wunder Wunder

    September 24, 2014

    Wunder Wunder consists of Australian electronic music producers Aaron Shanahan and Benjamin Plant. Overflowed with inspiration after its relocation to Los Angeles in 2012, the duo created the albumEverything Infinite, an adventurous journey into its passion for psychedelic 1060s and 1970s pop music. "Coastline", the band's first single, was the result of an admiration of California's surreal dreamscapes and pastel sunsets. OnEverything Infinite, Wunder Wunder captures moments spent and ideas previously unspent in both their hometown of Melbourne and adopted city Los Angeles. The 2014 album is a brilliant concoction of musical influences, from the progressive 1960s, mellow 1970s and undulating 1990s sounds.

    36 Manchester Lane
    Melbourne, VIC 3022

    »Business Improvement In Universities

    September 24, 2014 8:30 AM

    With Universities subject to reduced government funding, at a time when federal government is driving a more competitive market, Universities are being forced to ‘do more with less’. Significant changes need to be made, now, more than ever. Universities are restructuring and streamlining processes. The program focuses on process improvement, service improvement and change management in order to increase efficiency and improve service delivery. Leading Universities will demonstrate how to improve business processes, optimise resources and streamline working to meet high standards of quality. Attend & hear insights on: • Implementing new strategies to achieve transformational change • Critical needs analysis to establish business requirements and tailor your program of change to achieve them • Measuring success and developing performance indicators to benchmark progress

    186 Exhibition Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3000
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