Spring in Rutherglen


Spring has sprung, the buds on the vines have burst and Rutherglen is full of fun activities. 


Whether it is on a bike or in the car there is always something for you to do here.


With the warm weather coming back and the longer days, Rutherglen is putting on the show! We have lots of things happening in Spring: Farmers' market, Cycling events, Concert, Special lunches and diners, to name a few...

Spring Swing

​With a range of back vintage tastings, masterclasses, dining events, and live music, you're bound to have a fantastic merry Monday in Rutherglen! 

> Check out our Events page to see what is happening

> Check out the Spring Swing Program

Sculpture trail from aRTS Rutherglen

Wonder around the main street, the information centre and participating wineries to discover about 40 original sculptures as part of of the reCYCLINGsculpture trail! A map of the all the participating venues will be available at the Tourist Information Centre. Visitors are invited to vote for People’s Choice Award by going on aRTS Rutherglen's facebook page or artsrutherglen.com.au


With a huge variety of delicious local produce, and of course our great Rutherglen wines, there are some fantastic options to indulge in both at some picturesque locations in the region. Many businesses in Rutherglen offer great picnic hampers, and we’ve compiled a list of some of the best places to take your hamper to enjoy. Make sure you book yours in advance so you don’t miss out. 

>Check out the Picnics spots and hamper baskets options



Driving around the region? Tune to EDGE FM 102.1 to get the latest local news, community information and awesome music while on the road! 



Enjoy spring on the wheels! Cycling is one of the best way to visit Rutherglen. Whether you want to explore the wineries at your own pace, you are more the sporty type or want to combine both, Rutherglen is the perfect location for your next ride! 

>The Murray to Mountains Rail Trail 

>Road Cycling in Rutherglen

>Mountain Biking & Off Road Cycling

>Tour de Rutherglen