Make the Most of this Magical Winter Solstice Time in Melbourne

The winter solstice in Australia falls on June 21. It is also called “the shortest day of the year”. Technically, it is the day with the fewest daylight hours. It happens when the southern hemisphere is at its furthest tilt away from the sun or receives the least sunlight. It is marking the start of winter in the southern hemisphere. (Source:

During the winter solstice in Australia, people often gather to observe the event, whether through community gatherings, online events, or any new forms of celebration. You may attend the winter festivals and events, explore Melbourne’s art and cultural scene, or try on some winter comfort foods at local restaurants. The winter solstice will likely be a time of significance and reflection for those in Australia.

After embracing the winter season, you can try out winter sports such as ice skating, snowboarding, or skiing. Always give yourself a chance to try things that are unable to be done during other seasons. Find happiness through these sports activities.

Ozford has a magic performance on June 28 at Level 10, 123 Lonsdale Street, in conjunction with welcoming this winter season. Do enjoy the party and make the most of this magical time of year in Melbourne.