Fun Things For Singles

Does a day out with your girlfriends sipping champagne, enjoying high tea, or perhaps being pampering at a day spa sound enticing? Send the boys to battle it out at paintball, or to enjoy a crafty brew or kick up the mud mountain bike riding. Check out this long list of activities for a fun day out with your mates.

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  • Bizarre Gazzard - Australia’s Funniest Hypnotist

    Bizarre Gazzard - Australia’s Funniest Hypnotist

    Saturday, 24 June 2017

    To witness the Bizarre Gazzard is an experience you will never forget. You will be amazed and dumbfounded by the power of the mind then laugh yourself hoarse at the antics of your friends on stage. The Bizarre Gazzard combines music, costumes, comedy and props for a must see show where the only people having a better time than the audience are the volunteers themselves.

    To witness the Bizarre Gazzard is an experience you will never forget. You will be amazed and dumbfounded by the power of the mind then laugh yourself hoarse at the antics of your friends on stage.

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  • Winter Festival 2017

    Friday, June 30 2017

    This Winter, the Werribee City Centre will be transformed for a weekend of fun including evening arts experiences, fantastic food and family friendly school holiday activities. Watton Street will be lit up with themed light installations and residents are being encouraged to come and walk the strip to sample fancy food offerings, watch street performers and experiencing it all to a soundscape. Loads of free entertainment, activities and fun for all the family. 

     

    This Winter, the Werribee City Centre will be transformed for a weekend of fun including evening arts experiences, fantastic food and family friendly school holiday activities.

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  • Thérèse Raquin

    Thérèse Raquin

    Thursday, 13 July 2017

    Thérèse Raquin is a superb examination of corrupted morals, set in the notoriously dingy backstreets of Paris in the late 19th century. Thérèse lives a life of servitude and is married off to her sickly cousin in a loveless, arranged marriage. But her life is suddenly turned around when her husband’s friend, Laurent, arrives and they begin a passionate, feverish affair. What follows in this masterpiece of French literature makes for a gripping, corseted thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat.

     

    Thérèse Raquin is a superb examination of corrupted morals, set in the notoriously dingy backstreets of Paris in the late 19th century.

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  • PROVOCARÉ

    PROVOCARÉ

    20 July – 30 July 2017

    Step into a provocative world of music, theatre and mind-altering art, featuring international world-renowned acts performing across the entire precinct and taking the diverse day and intriguing after-dark world of Chapel Street to a completely unexpected new level.

    Step into a provocative world of music, theatre and mind-altering art, featuring international world-renowned acts performing across the entire precinct

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  • Open Cellars of the Artisan Hills

    Open Cellars of the Artisan Hills

    14 October - 15 October 2017

    Visit cellars that are not always open and taste wines that are not always on offer!  Come and meet the winemakers of boutique wineries and share their passion for the exceptional quality wines they produce in this special part of the Yarra Valley. The weekend is an excuse for winemakers to make available some limited releases and offer some special prices or events they don’t do for the rest of the year! No entry charge or tasting fee.

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    Nillumbik Pet Expo

    Sunday, 22 October 2017

    The Expo has stalls, activities and events. Visitors can meet and chat to Council’s rangers. This is a free event and families are invited to bring their pets.

    The Expo has stalls, activities and events.

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  • Eltham, Community, Food, Wine, Activities, Fireworks, pets, family

    Rotary Eltham Town Festival

    11 November 2017

    Eltham town comes alive with parades, competitions, food, wine and an abundance of activities for the whole family. The festival attracts over 30,000 people over the weekend and includes an incredible Fireworks Display, the Pet Parade and a huge array of entertainment and activities.

    Eltham town comes alive with parades, competitions, food, win

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  • Chapel Street Precinct

    Let the locals give you the low down so you don’t miss the diverse living neighbourhoods and activities just beyond the reach of South Yarra.

    Let the locals give you the low down so you don’t miss the diverse living neighbourhoods and acti

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  • Shadowfax Winery

    This award winning winery’s cellar door is the place to go for exquisite wines, delicious wood-fired pizza and funky live entertainment. For that ‘something extra’, join the winery tour and experience the Underground Barrel Hall.

    This award winning winery’s cellar door is the place to go for exquisite wines, delicious wood-fi

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  • Nillumbik Community Events

    Nillumbik Community Events

    Nillumbik plays host to a wide range of community festivals, events and exhibitions, from the monthly Red Chair Artists talks to fun runs and gardening workshops. More details can be found by clicking on the link below.

    Nillumbik plays host to a wide range of community festivals, events and exhibitions.

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  • Darebin Public Art

    The City of Darebin is home to an extensive public art collection enhancing the urban landscape.  Plan your visit with the Darebin Public Art Discovery Map (to view map click MORE INFO).

    The City of Darebin is home to an extensive public art collection enhancing the urban landscape.

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  • MegaMile home and lifestyle precinct

    A mecha for home makers, this shopping precint is one of Melbourne's largest shopping strips and includes more than 200 businesses in one area, many of these being home and furniture stores. The strip contains shopping complexes Home HQ, Brand Smart Shopping Outlet and Nunawading Shopping Centre. Some of the retail outlets and services include home furnishings, specialty retailers, electrical and white goods retailers, clothing, restaurants and cafes, car dealerships as well as a fitness centre.

    A mecha for home makers, this shopping precint is one of Melbourne's largest shopping strips and

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  • Incinerator Gallery

    Built in 1929, the Incinerator Gallery is a piece of art in itself, with its blend of architectural influences ranging from the charming Arts and Crafts movement to the dynamic modernism of Art Deco. It is listed with The National trust of Australia, Australian Heritage Commission and Heritage Victoria. The gallery houses the collection in two main gallery spaces and offers a year round exhibition program with free entry.

    Built in 1929, the Incinerator Gallery is a piece of art in itself, with its blend of architectur

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  • Lantern Ghost Tours

    Lantern Ghost Tours

    Join a multi-award winning ghost tour of Hobsons Bay's most haunted locations. Visit an abandoned morgue on the Ghosts of the Old City Williamstown, be a ghost hunter for the night at Altona Homestead or discover killer locomotives at Newport Substation.

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    Join a multi-award winning ghost tour of Hobsons Bay's most haunted locations.

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  • Patterson River

    Patterson River

    Patterson River is a thriving canal system of the Patterson Lakes residential area. There are four public boat ramps, parking for cars and trailers and riverside picnic facilities and electric barbecue facilities make it the perfect venue for family boating expeditions. The nearby National Water Sports Centre is used by a wide range of water sport groups. 

    Patterson River is a thriving canal system of the Patterson Lakes residential area.

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  • Maple Tree Cafe

    Maple Tree Cafe

    The Maple Tree Café has based the menu around seasonal produce, organic home grown vegetables and herbs with a modern take on breakfast and lunch.

    The Maple Tree Café has based the menu around seasonal produce, organic home grown vegetables and herbs with a modern take on breakfast and lunch.

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  • Mini Me Mango Cafe

    Mini Me Mango Cafe

    Mini Me Mango Café is all about serving up nutritious and healthy food. Choose from a great breakfast menu or a selection of house made fresh sweet delights. There is a smoothie bar, a coffee bar or a juice bar to quench your thirst. The little ones are not forgotten with a Mini Monsters Menu sure to satisfy. 

    Mini Me Mango Café is all about serving up nutritious and healthy food.

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  • Morack Golf Course

    An enjoyable course that contains tree lined fairways, small greens, several water hazards and many bunkers. The course contains a driving range and a pro shop as well as providing demo days and a teaching service by the GSM golf academy.

    An enjoyable course that contains tree lined fairways, small greens, several water hazards and ma

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  • Clock Tower Centre

    The Clocktower Centre is the cornerstone of the Moonee Valley's cultural life, and comprises state-of-the-art facility for the performing arts community. The theatre showcases performances, functions and events from professional touring companies for all ages. The Clock Tower also presents its own vibrant and exciting annual program of theatre and performing arts, and features a children and family program guaranteed to entertain the little ones.

    The Clocktower Centre is the cornerstone of the Moonee Valley's cultural life, and comprises stat

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    Direct to Public Outlets in Hume

    Did you know that many of Hume’s food manufacturers also sell direct to public? Treat yourself and the family and discover the range of multicultural delights on offer. From Turkish treats to Japanese lollies and everything in between, you will be able to grab a bargain (in bulk), so head on down! Or if you have had enough sweets for one day, grab a juice from Just Squeezed Fruit Juices.

    Did you know that many of Hume’s food manufacturers also sell direct to public?

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  • Point Cook Coastal Park & Marine Sanctuary

    Point Cook Marine Sanctuary

    Point Cook Coastal Park, adjoining the Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary, features abundant birdlife, a historic bluestone homestead and intertidal sandbanks. It is popular with birdwatchers, nature lovers and family groups. The beach picnic area has everything you need for a perfect family day out - free gas barbecues, picnic tables, taps, shade shelters, two playgrounds and toilets.  If picnics are not your style, the Homestead Restaurant is fully licensed and serves excellent meals. 

    At nearby Cheetham Wetlands, see migratory waterbirds and enjoy the views from the Tower. A combination of narrow sandy beaches, rocky reefs and mud flats, this park hosts a huge diversity of marine and coastal life. The marine sanctuary is a no-take area.

    Point Cook Coastal Park, adjoining the Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary, features abundant birdlife,

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  • 4 Doors

    4 Doors

    This hidden treasure located in Mill Park offers Italian cuisine. Try the rustic bruschetta, linguini marinara or extensive pizza menu. Be sure to leave room for sweets as the vanilla Chantilly or white chocolate filled doughnuts are worth the wait.

    This hidden treasure located in Mill Park offers Italian cuisine.

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  • Ramsay Street- Neighbours

    The iconic soap opera is filmed in the front and backyards of the houses in this street in Vermont South. Tours to this street run througout the year.

    The iconic soap opera is filmed in the front and backyards of the houses in this street in Vermon

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  • Shopping & Dining

    Experience Moonee Valley’s diverse range of boutique retail precents, shopping centres and eclectic mix of multicultural restaurants, artisan style cafes and boutique bars on offer. Treat your taste buds to an array of impressive dining options waiting for you with an experience for everyone. Make a day of it and have a total shopping experience whilst discovering the hidden secrets of Moonee Valley’s shopping precincts. Shopping precincts include: Union Road - Ascot Vale, Racecourse Road and Pin Oak Crescent - Flemington, Napier Street - Strathmore, Puckle Street and Mt Alexander Road - Moonee Ponds, Rose Street - Essendon, Direct Factory Outlet (DFO) and Homemaker Hub - Essendon Fields, North Essendon Village and Keilor Road - Niddrie.

    Experience Moonee Valley’s diverse range of boutique retail precents, shopping centres and eclect

  • Great Golf

    Satisfy your need for playing a round, at Keilor Public Golf Course. Play at your own pace, take lessons from PGA Golf Professional or shop for everything you need - or want! (540 Calder Highway). The Craig Parry designed 18-hole Sunshine course and driving range is perfect for all golfers. It’s a unique facility which also features the original farm homestead built in 1883 (475 Mt Derrimut Rd, Derrimut).

    Satisfy your need for playing a round, at Keilor Public Golf Course.

  • George Evans museum

    George Evans Museum

    The George Evans Museum hosts a significant collection of over 3,500 items including photographs, documents and objects of significance to Sunbury and surrounds. The Museum displays a permanent exhibition of pieces as well as rotating feature exhibitions. The Museum is open in conjunction with Sunbury Library hours and is staffed part-time by Council staff and volunteers. 

    The George Evans Museum hosts a significant collection of over 3,500 items including photographs,

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  • Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park

    Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park

    Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park has a rich history. It was the site of Victoria’s first permanent settlement and seaport and was crucial to the initial growth of the state. Immerse yourself in Victoria’s colonial past by visiting Fort Gellibrand, retrace Ned Kelly’s steps along Battery Road, marvel at the ingenuity of early mariners at Timeball Tower!

    Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park has a rich history.

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  • No Fixed Address

    No Fixed Address City Tours

    A travel company with a difference; No Fixed Address city tours delivers delivers unique walking tours of the real Melbourne, giving customers an authentic experience and insight into the local communities through a local’s eyes. Our social enterprise aims to provide employment to Melbourne’s marginalised and disadvantaged with 65% of all ticket prices going direct to the guides.

    A travel company with a difference; No Fixed Address city tours delivers delivers unique walking tours of the real Melbourne

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  • Mountain Goat Beer

    Mountain Goat Beer began in the mid-nineties in the back yard of an ambitious home brewer. In 1997 the first official Mountain Goat beer hit the shelves. Now operating out of a converted warehouse in Richmond, Mountain Goat craft a handful of boutique beers as well as a few seasonal and one off brews. Mountain Goat Brewery is open to the public on Wednesdays and Fridays from 5.00pm, serving their unique beer and homemade pizzas. They run free brewery tours at 6.30pm every Wednesday.

    Mountain Goat Beer began in the mid-nineties in the back yard of an ambitious home brewer.

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  • Riverside Golf and Tennis Centre

    Offering a range of facilities including a nine hole golf course, a 44 bay driving range, 12 tennis courts including one rebound ace court, mini golf, pro shop and the Riverside Restaurant bar and function centre. Situated in natural picturesque surroundings and nestled away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Riverside Golf and Tennis Centre is a relaxed atmosphere that has something for both beginners and the professional sporting types.

    Offering a range of facilities including a nine hole golf course, a 44 bay driving range, 12 tenn

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  • Craigieburn central

    Craigieburn Central


    Craigieburn Central delivers a brand new shopping experience combining the best elements of both indoor and outdoor shopping centres. With over 100 specialty stores together with Big W, Coles, Target, Woolworths and Aldi, Craigieburn Central offers a diverse variety for the local region. Offering great live entertainment, why not stop by and say hello! 

    Craigieburn Central delivers a brand new shopping experience combining the best elements of both

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  • Toorak Road, South Yarra

    Toorak Road, South Yarra

    From one end of Toorak Road to the other, it’s all about specialty shops; outstanding jewellery, handmade designs, interesting cafes, brilliant restaurants and bars, exciting galleries, designer lighting, the finest leather goods, home wares, very special gifts and a myriad of services. There are more than 300 stores with men’s and women’s fashion setting the scene. Iconic stores - It’s savvy and stylish with the best local and imported designers, hard to find, must have shoes and bags, unusual accessories, and vintage fashion. It’s a kilometre of unique stores, close to the City, Chapel Street, St Kilda beach and many of Melbourne’s art and sporting venues. Simply, the place to be...

     

    From one end of Toorak Road to the other, it’s all about specialty shops; outstanding jewellery,

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  • Shopping & Dining

    Experience the City of Yarra’s famous retail and dining precincts. Serviced by excellent public transport or within easy walking distance from the CBD, each precinct offers unique shopping and dining experiences to suit all tastes. Come and discover the hundreds of shops, outlets, restaurants, cafés, bars and live entertainment venues located throughout the municipality.

    Experience the City of Yarra’s famous retail and dining precincts.

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  • Farmers Markets

    Join the fresh food revolution and come to Moonee Valley for fresh Victorian produce on offer every weekend! With two great locations, you really can't look past the North Essendon and Mt Alexander Road College markets.

    Join the fresh food revolution and come to Moonee Valley for fresh Victorian produce on offer eve

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  • Galleries

    Galleries

    A number of galleries can be found in Moreland including the Counihan Gallery in Brunswick which has a focus on presenting contemporary art exhibitions. Blak Dot Gallery is an indigenous run gallery in Brunswick East with regular exhibitions from all over the world.

    A number of galleries can be found in Moreland including the Counihan Gallery in Brunswick which has a focus on presenting contemporary art exhibitions.

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  • Pacific Epping

    Pacific Epping

    Pacific Epping has over 230 stores, with the choice of three quality supermarkets, a huge Big W, plus Best & Less, Target, Harris Scarfe, JB Hi-Fi, H&G Fresh Food precinct – all under the one roof, plus, Urban Diner restaurant and entertainment zone. Pacific Epping’s great range, lovely wide malls, bright and light surrounds and friendly atmosphere equals an enjoyable shopping experience you will want to repeat!

    Pacific Epping has over 230 stores, with the choice of three quality supermarkets, a huge Big W,

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  • Mick's Donuts

    Mick's Donuts

    Mick’s Place in Thomastown, in Melbourne's north, is the home of the world famous “Donutella”. Down at mick’s every customer will be sure to leave with a smile on their face after trying one of the delicious Nutella filled Donuts. Phone orders are welcomed. So pop on in to Mick’s Place - When only the best will do!

    Mick’s Place in Thomastown, in Melbourne's north, is the home of the world famous “Donutella”.

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  • Carlton and United Brewery Tours

    Carlton and United Brewery in Abbotsford is one of the oldest working breweries in Australia. Producing over a dozen brands including Carlton Cold, VB and Foster’s Lager, the brewery is also the country’s largest. Tours of the Carlton Brewhouse showcase the brewery's 100 year history of beer making, presenting the art of brewing in an innovative and entertaining way. Tours run at 10.00am and 2.00pm Monday - Friday.

    Carlton and United Brewery in Abbotsford is one of the oldest working breweries in Australia.

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  • Moonee Valley Racing Club

    Moonee Valley Racing Club

    Moonee Valley Racing Club is considered to be Melbourne’s most appealing spectator racecourse, established in 1883, the course offers an exciting, up-close and personal experience for race goers. The first Cox Plate was run here in 1922 for a purse of 1000 pounds and has become a prestigious race leading up to the Melbourne Cup. Racegoers can also experience the thrill of night racing under lights throughout the spring and summer months.

    Moonee Valley Racing Club is considered to be Melbourne’s most appealing spectator racecourse, es

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  • Coburg Farmers Market

    Coburg Farmers Market

    Affordable seasonal produce, fresh from regional Victoria is on offer in Coburg. The Farmers Market is held every Saturday at the Coburg North Primary School from 8am-1pm.

    Affordable seasonal produce, fresh from regional Victorian is on offer in Coburg.

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    The Park Hotel

    The Park Hotel is fast developing a reputation for great food that is locally sourced and freshly prepared and a craft beer and cider selection of over 400, recently winning "Australia’s Best Beer List" as voted by beer and brewer magazine. The Park Hotel will soon be installing a pilot brewery onsite and continuing to establish itself as the tourist destination for beer lovers in Melbourne’s West.

    The Park Hotel is fast developing a reputation for great food that is locally sourced and freshly

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  • Beauty on Rose

    Beauty on Rose, Essendon

    Located on Rose Street in the heart of Essendon, Beauty on Rose is a contemporary oasis offering a variety of inspiring treatment rooms designed to allow guests the luxury of privacy and space. Enjoy a casual and upbeat ambiance in the boudoir-inspired pedicure lounge, the perfect escape for personal timeout or to enjoy with friends. Beauty on Rose boasts a beautiful retail boutique that offers an extensive range of best in class skin care brands, unique gift ideas and divine aromatic candles. 

    Located on Rose Street in the heart of Essendon, Beauty on Rose is a contemporary oasis offering

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  • Dining and Nightlife

    Restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs are always buzzing in Melbourne. An eclectic range of cuisine is on offer across town - hidden down laneways, high above street level or overlooking the waterfront.

    Restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs are always buzzing in Melbourne.

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  • Cultural Tours

    Cultural Tours

    Travel the world without leaving home through cultural tours exploring the vibrant food, shopping and colourful characters of Little India, the Afghan Bazaar and the Asian delights of Sensational Springvale. Our expert guides will lead you on an exotic journey to discover rich cultures and fabulous food as we explore our diverse community.

    Travel the world without leaving home through cultural tours exploring the vibrant food, shopping

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  • Heide Museum of Modern Art

    Heide Museum of Modern Art

    For tens of thousands of visitors each year, Heide Museum of Modern Art offers an inspiring, educational and thought provoking experience of modern and contemporary art, architecture and landscape. The museum began life in 1934 as the home of Melbourne couple John and Sunday Reed and has since evolved into one of Australia's most important cultural institutions. 

    For tens of thousands of visitors each year, Heide Museum of Modern Art offers an inspiring, educ

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  • Live Music

    Live Music

    Live music is a feature of the vibrant nightlife in Moreland. A variety of venues have live performances throughout the week, with great representation from local musicians and artists. Local community radio station RRR is located in the heart of Brunswick East. Whatever day of the week, you’re sure to find something to suit your musical tastes.

    Live music is a feature of the vibrant nightlife in Moreland.

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    Palais Theatre

    This historic St Kilda icon is ideally located just near the beach giving it somewhat of a vintage, Hollywood Boulevard feel, especially on warm summer nights. The Palais Theatre has come a long way since its humble beginnings – built in 1927 as an art deco picture palace - today hosting a range of local and international acts. Featuring sell out shows from today’s biggest musicians, comedians and a range of special performances, the Palais Theatre has truly cemented itself as Australia's No. 1 theatre concert venue. See what’s on and make sure you catch a show at this superb venue.

    This historic St Kilda icon is ideally located just near the beach giving it somewhat of a vintag

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  • Chilli Clothing, Essendon

    Chilli Clothing, Essendon

    Chilli Clothing is a women's fashion boutique dedicated to bringing our customers the best of Australian and international labels. They stock Manning Cartell, J Brand, Paige Denim, Viktoria and Woods, Senso Shoes, White Suede, Ginger & Smart, Hudson, Equipment, Citizens of Humanity, Joes, Living Doll, Von Treskow,  American Vintage, Hunkydory, T-Lux, Staple the Label, Hunt No More, Very Very, Liam and many more great Australian and international labels.

    Chilli Clothing is a women's fashion boutique dedicated to bringing our customers the best of Aus

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  • Laneways

    Weaving a maze through the city grid, Melbourne’s laneways uncover hidden treasures and a charming, intimate atmosphere. Al fresco eateries, one-off shops and bars that are off the beaten track, all nestle side-by-side in laneways winding in all directions throughout the city.

    Weaving a maze through the city grid, Melbourne’s laneways uncover hidden treasures and a charmin

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  • Diverse Cuisine

    Diverse Cuisine

    Excite your tastebuds with a huge range of colourful cuisines from our multicultural community. Greater Dandenong is home to people from more than 150 different nationalities, who bring with them diverse cultures, gorgeous clothes and of course, delicious food. We have the world on a plate with everything from Turkish gozlemes, Asian delights, Punjab sweets and Uyghur noodles to tempt your tastebuds.

    Excite your tastebuds with a huge range of colourful cuisines from our multicultural community.

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  • High Street Armadale

    High Street Armadale is a haven for collectors, hunters and gatherers, gift givers and those wanting to find that little something special. It is widely renowned for its quality, variety and uniqueness of products and services.

    High Street Armadale is a haven for collectors, hunters and gatherers, gift givers and those want

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  • Moreland Shopping & Dining

    Come and explore Moreland's vintage stores for retro threads, pre-loved goods and secondhand treasures. Discover the eclectic mix of offerings throughout the municipality, including local markets, factory outlets and boutique retailers. Serviced by excellent public transport from Melbourne’s city centre, each precinct offers unique shopping and dining. Off the main streets you will also discover a number of hidden gems offering great dining experiences.

    Come and explore Moreland's vintage stores for retro threads, pre-loved goods and secondhand treasures.

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    Move your body to the beat

    St Kilda boasts one of the best live music scenes in Melbourne , and with its unique location, is the place to be to enjoy talented musicians. The Esplanade Hotel, or the Espy as it is affectionately known, hosts local and international music legends across its three stages - it is little wonder why crowds flock to this local hotspot every night of the week. The Prince Bandroom is a major player in the music scene as well - hit the dance floor and become part of the electric atmosphere. Catch acoustic gigs at Republica or The Branch, or a jazz mash up at Clay Pots. To follow the beat and sing along in St Kilda check out the local gig guide..

    St Kilda boasts one of the best live music scenes in Melbourne , and with its unique location, is

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  • Altona Beach

    Altona Beach is Melbourne’s western suburbs largest and most pristine swimming and recreational beach. The beach is patrolled over the summer. It is home to many recreational and water sport activities such as kitesurfing, paddle boarding, sandcastle building and volley ball.  There is free parking, tree lined parks, bbq areas and public amenities all within walking distance to shops, cafes and public transport.

    Altona Beach is Melbourne’s western suburbs largest and most pristine swimming and recreational b

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  • North Melbourne and Kensington

    The striking and historic streetscapes of North Melbourne’s Errol and Victoria streets are well known for their great cafes, restaurants and a lively arts scene. Neighbouring Kensington is the place to enjoy a slower pace of life in luxuriantly leafy surrounds, while the hustle and bustle of Flemington’s busy Racecourse Road strip will keep the more active visitors entertained.

    The striking and historic streetscapes of North Melbourne’s Errol and Victoria streets are well k

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  • Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail

    Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail

    Embark on a very special journey. The 23km coastal trail from near the Westgate bridge to Skeleton Creek takes you past the maritime historical precinct of Williamstown, botanic gardens, sandy beaches, wetlands with internationally important habitat, site specific public artworks, and spectacular buildings. The trail is easily navigated by foot or bicycle and is clearly sign posted. 

    Embark on a very special journey.

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  • Sparta Place

    Sparta Place is a quaint and quirky laneway just off Sydney Road in Brunswick with great boutiques and live jazz on the weekends. A favourite hangout for locals, Sparta Place was created to celebrate the relationship between Moreland and Sparta in Greece, with the public art symbolising the enduring friendship between the sister cities.  A mural featuring artists depictions of local identities, adds colour to the carpark at the rear. 

    Sparta Place is a quaint and quirky laneway just off Sydney Road in Brunswick with great boutiques and live jazz on the weekends.

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    Luna Park

    Luna Park is the ultimate destination for fun in Melbourne. The spectacular carnival atmosphere and the park’s 20 exciting rides and attractions have entertained visitors for over 100 years. Mr Moon, the entrance to the park is St Kilda’s most famous face. Luna Park caters for all levels of thrill seekers - dare to ride the Pharaoh’s Curse, take the kids on the Silly Serpent, or simply take in the stunning beachside scenery on the famous Great Scenic Railway. No matter your age you’ll have a fun filled adventure at this historic fun park.

    Luna Park is the ultimate destination for fun in Melbourne.

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  • Seaworks and the Maritime Discovery Centre

    Seaworks and the Maritime Discovery Centre

    Included in the maritime collection is a large display of ship models, ships bells, books, prints, navigation equipment, plaques, marine equipment and its World War Honour board. The centre is open every Wednesday and Sunday 11am-3pm and group tours are available at other times. Seaworks is a new and exciting location for any event! 

    Included in the maritime collection is a large display of ship models, ships bells, books, prints

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  • City Centre

    As you enter Melbourne’s city centre switch your curiosity to ‘high’. Look up, look down, follow that tune down that laneway and venture up those stairs. Melbourne’s city streets are a mosaic of high style, buried treasure, graceful elegance and quirky character.

    As you enter Melbourne’s city centre switch your curiosity to ‘high’.

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  • Victoria Street Mall

    Victoria Street Mall

    The Vic Mall as it is locally known, is the bustling centre of Coburg’s shopping precinct. It is a popular gathering place for locals, offering a variety of dining options, great coffee and buskers making regular appearances throughout the week. A large picnic table has backgammon, snakes and ladders, and chess boards built in – bring your own pieces or borrow from the library.

    The Vic Mall as it is locally known, is the bustling centre of Coburg’s shopping precinct.

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    Seeking Adventure?

    Head down to St Kilda beach if you’re in the mood for some adventure. A multitude of organised water sports for all levels of experience are on offer. Try your hand at some stand-up paddle boarding or if you’re looking to challenge yourself, give windsurfing a shot. Better yet, have a kite boarding lesson from any of the friendly instructors at St Kilda West beach who can guide you through all the excitement and adrenaline of this latest water sport craze. Perhaps you would like to learn to sail? Royal Melbourne and other sailing clubs offer social sailing to pique your interest.

    Head down to St Kilda beach if you’re in the mood for some adventure.

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  • Williamstown Beach

    The Williamstown Beach and park area runs between Thompson Street and Bayview Street Williamstown. There's a wide range of facilities and services, including cafes, a sand swimming beach in a non-boating area, public toilets, picnic facilities and playgrounds. Just catch the train to Williamstown Beach train station and you're there!

    The Williamstown Beach and park area runs between Thompson Street and Bayview Street Williamstown

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  • Arts and Culture

    Melbourne kicks up its heels all year round for a repertoire of art and culture that ranges from comedy shows and Broadway spectaculars to film festivals and exhibitions by emerging visual artists.

    Melbourne kicks up its heels all year round for a repertoire of art and culture that ranges from

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  • Dandenong Stadium

    Cheer on some of Australia’s top athletes as they battle it out on the basketball, volleyball and badminton courts at Dandenong Stadium. Each week around 17,000 sports lovers visit the centre to compete in amateur competitions or barrack for our nation’s elite athletes. Come and see some of the youngsters play, or check out the amazing stadium, or try a hand at one of the sports for yourself! 

    Cheer on some of Australia’s top athletes as they battle it out on the basketball, volleyball and

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  • St Andrews Market

    St Andrews Market

    The St Andrews Market has a vibrant and earthy atmosphere and has been a part of the local community for over 40 years. At certain times of the year special markets are held and in December a twilight market is also held close to Christmas. 

    The St Andrews Market has a vibrant and earthy atmosphere and has been a part of the local community for over 40 years

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  • Footscray Markets

    Footscray Market, Corner Hopkins and Leeds Streets, Footscray;

    Little Saigon Market, Byron Street, Footscray

    There is no better place to shop for affordable fresh food than Footscray. You are spoilt for choice with two fabulous markets.

    The Footscray Market is a large bustling indoor market with a wide selection of fresh produce, seafood and general goods. You’ll also find an exotic range of produce including lotus flowers, pigs’ ears and cassava root. Open Tuesday – Saturday.

    The Little Saigon Market provides an energizing Asian market shopping experience. There’s a huge range of produce with some stalls offering tasting plates of freshly cut fruit. It is a great place for exotic items, fresh meat and fish along with a wide variety of cheap fruit and veg. It is very popular with the local Vietnamese community. Open seven days.

     

    Footscray Market, Corner Hopkins and Leeds Streets, Footscray;

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    Skydive the Beach and Beyond

    Soak up beach views from a whole new perspective. Attached securely to your experienced tandem instructor, leap from the plane at maximum altitudes for up to 60 seconds and reaching speeds beyond 200km per hour. Take the life changing, adrenaline pumping leap all while taking in stunning Melbourne views. The thrill of the fall paired with a picturesque and uniquely Melbourne drop zone will make your sky dive a truly unforgettable experience.

    Soak up beach views from a whole new perspective.

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  • Farmer’s Markets at the Old Cheese Factory

    Farmer’s Markets at the Old Cheese Factory

    Held on the second Saturday of the month in the picturesque gardens of the local farming property of The Old Cheese Factory in Berwick. The site has many amenities including a childrens playground and cafe. Farm fresh and organic seasonal fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices, honey, cheeses, jams, condiments and preserves, rare and free range lamb, beef, pork, certified free range eggs, herb and vegetable seedlings. British pies, fruit pies, cakes, artisan loaves and much more.

    Held on the second Saturday of the month in the picturesque gardens of the local farming property

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  • Docklands

    Enjoy a picnic by the water's edge, in a grassy park, or grab a table at one of Melbourne’s most scenic restaurants by day or by night. There are plenty of options from fine dining to family friendly venues. At Docklands you can pick up a bargain or experience a number of attractions and events. Ride, walk or run around parklands dotted with modern art. Gaze over the harbour – or get out on the water. Getting to Docklands is easy, with plenty of transport options.

    Enjoy a picnic by the water's edge, in a grassy park, or grab a table at one of Melbourne’s most

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  • Calder Park Motorsport Complex

    Calder Park Motorsport Complex is perfect for those who are into everything on two or four wheels, with off street drag racing, drifting, stunt riding and more. Check out the 'thunderdome' which is a purpose built 1.8km quad oval speedway, drivers race on this either clockwise for right-hand-side drivers (Australian) or counter-clockwise for left-hand-side drivers (American). 

    Calder Park Motorsport Complex is perfect for those who are into everything on two or four wheels

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  • Edendale Community Farm

    Edendale Community Farm

    Edendale Community Environment Farm is situated on the banks of the Diamond Creek in the heart of Eltham. It offers a range of environmental information and educational programs as well as activities throughout the school holidays. Say hello to guinea pigs, sheep, goats, cows and feed the poultry. Talk to staff or take a self-guided walking tour to learn about sustainable land practices and how we get food products from animals. You can also investigate the life-cycles of our minibeasts, water bugs, stick insects and frogs.

    Edendale Community Environment Farm is situated on the banks of the Diamond Creek in the heart of Eltham.

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  • Coburg Drive-In

    Coburg Drive-In

    Opening in 1965, the Coburg Drive-In has a special place in the hearts of locals with patrons coming from all over Melbourne. For a night of good old fashioned movie fun, take your visiting family and friends along to Melbourne’s best kept secret - the Coburg Drive-In. Grab a bite to eat in the retro style diner before you settle in for a nostalgic evening of movie fun every night of the year!

    Opening in 1965, the Coburg Drive-In has a special place in the hearts of locals with patrons com

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    Hit the beach

    Sport goes hand in hand with summer and sun, so what better way to enjoy the summertime than to head seaside for some friendly beach sports. Challenge your friends to a game of beach tennis at Port Melbourne in the warmer months, or enjoy a sunset game of beach volleyball in St Kilda. If you’re really competitive, take part in the SLAM Festival held on St Kilda beach each January, or simply lay out a towel, relax and watch all the excitement from the sand.

    Sport goes hand in hand with summer and sun, so what better way to enjoy the summertime than to h

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  • Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre

    Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre

    Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre regularly hosts a range of contemporary, high quality and diverse exhibitions from leading Australian artists, producing a variety of media. The Gallery celebrates the city and wider artistic community with monthly installations, artist talks and Artists-in-Residence.

    Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre regularly hosts a range of contemporary, high quality and d

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  • Lygon Street

    Stroll along leafy Lygon Street and discover 'Little Italy' – a place where Melbourne’s famous cafe culture was born. Beautiful Victorian terraces provide a backdrop for lovers of coffee, dining al fresco. A variety of cake shops and gelati bars tempt visitors as they spill out of the theatres, cinemas and galleries.

    Stroll along leafy Lygon Street and discover 'Little Italy' – a place where Melbourne’s famous ca

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  • Sunbury Wine Region

    The Sunbury Wine Region is famous for its many wineries. The region has been producing wines since the 1860's and is well regarded for its award-winning Shiraz. Wineries include: Craiglee Vineyard, Goona Warra Vineyard, Longview Creek Vineyard, Yuroke Vineyard and Pitruzzello Estate - Olive Grove & Winery.

    The Sunbury Wine Region is famous for its many wineries.

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  • The Eltham Farmers’ Market is held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month, 9am to 1pm.

    Eltham Farmers’ Market

    There are a range of stalls, including veggies, fruit, condiments and sweet treats. On the 4th Sunday of each month, the market will also host a community fruit and veggie swap. The Eltham Farmers’ Market is organised by Local Food Connect Inc. – a not for profit community group dedicated to promoting the interests of the local food economy.

    There are a range of stalls, including veggies, fruit, condiments and sweet treats.

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  • Northland Shopping Centre

    Northland Shopping Centre

    Celebrating 50 years in 2016, Northland is proud to part of ‘the New North’ and today is a major regional shopping centre located approximately 9km north of Melbourne’s CBD. It is the largest predominantly single-level shopping centre in Melbourne and anchored by Myer, Kmart, Target, Coles, Woolworths, Aldi, Toys ‘R’ Us as well as Rebel Sport, Lincraft and JB Hi-Fi. The centre offers Hoyts Cinemas and more than 320 additional retailers. 

    Celebrating 50 years in 2016, Northland is proud to part of ‘the New North’ and today is a major regional shopping centre located approximately 9km north of Melbourne’s CBD.

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  • Greek Precinct

    Set yourself adrift under the starry lights of the Lonsdale-Russell Street intersection, in the heart of Melbourne’s own Mediterranean. Athens might be a world away, but Grecian delights await discovery in Melbourne's Greek Precinct. At all hours of the day and night, this corner is a treasure trove of mouth-watering delights. Bask in the sun or under the stars in the Greek Precinct’s al fresco culture and treat yourself to a tasty lunch, sweet treats or a coffee hit.

    Set yourself adrift under the starry lights of the Lonsdale-Russell Street intersection, in the h

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  • Ansett Aviation Training

    Imagine flying over picturesque Melbourne in an Airbus A320 or Boeing 737 at the largest aviation training facility in the Southern Hemisphere. Map out your flight plan, get flight briefings and receive a certificate and cap to remember this unique experience. Bookings are essential and accommodation and dinner packages with Hilton Melbourne Airport are available.

    Imagine flying over picturesque Melbourne in an Airbus A320 or Boeing 737 at the largest aviation

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  • The Substation

    The Substation

    The SUBSTATION presents an annual program across art forms, which actively responds to our unique building and place in Melbourne. The SUBSTATION’s program respects the original vision for the building as an asset for artists and audiences. We invite audiences and communities from across Hobsons Bay to experience The SUBSTATION’s artistic program as active participants, attendees and collaborators.

    The SUBSTATION presents an annual program across art forms, w

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  • Shirt & Skirt Market @ Abbotsford Convent

    Shirt & Skirt Market @ Abbotsford Convent

    Occurring 10am-4pm on the third Sunday of every month, The Shirt & Skirt Market is one of Melbourne’s original design markets and for over eight years, it has fostered new ideas and showcases the works of over 40+ independent Victorian designers, featuring quality, innovative and unashamedly beautiful fashions for women, men and children. It offers beautiful designer clothes, unique accessories and one-off items.  Each is lovingly made and created by independent and emerging designers.  Here you will be able to find something unique.  

    Occurring 10am-4pm on the third Sunday of every month, The Shirt & Skirt Market is one of Mel

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  • Preston Market

    Preston Market

    For 45 years the Preston Market has been the fresh food and multi-cultural hub of Melbourne’s North. Now offering visitors with Melbourne’s newest artist and design precinct, Pam Lane.

    For 45 years the Preston Market has been the fresh food and multi-cultural hub of Melbourne’s North.

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  • Chinatown

    If the bright neon signs and hanging lanterns don’t give it away, the golden-roofed gateways will. Melbourne’s own slice of Asia stretches along Little Bourke Street, all the way from Spring Street down to Swanston Street, spilling into the laneways in between. The cuisine on offer comes from all over China, with the addition of Korean, Japanese and Thai options for extra variety.

    If the bright neon signs and hanging lanterns don’t give it away, the golden-roofed gateways will

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  • Major Attractions

    Melbourne is all about variety – so whatever your interests Melbourne has an attraction for you. With so many museums, art galleries, hands on activities, tours and iconic locations there is so much for you to see in Melbourne you won’t know where to start.

    Melbourne is all about variety – so whatever your interests Melbourne has an attraction for you.

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  • Paintball Sunbury (Indoor & Outdoor)

    Paintball Sunbury offers four action-packed fields with the state of the art guns and paintballs all ready for action. Catering for birthdays, bucks/hens parties, Christmas parties, corporate groups, sports clubs, families and friends - it’s sure to meet all your paintball needs.

    Paintball Sunbury offers four action-packed fields with the state of the art guns and paintballs

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  • Minette's Vintage, Burnley Village

    Minette's Vintage, Burnley Village

    Minette's Vintage is a beautifully curated vintage store with an eclectic mix of stock. Expect to find excellent quality vintage clothing and accessories, select pieces of vintage furniture and homewares alongside unique upcycled jewellery. For truly unique gifting there is also vintage inspired stationery and greeting cards and a great range of hand-made candles and perfumes.

    Minette's Vintage is a beautifully curated vintage store with an eclectic mix of stock.

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  • Ben’s Brew Tours

    Ben’s Brew Tours

    Ben’s Brew Tours is all about discovery. They’ve collaborated with some of the best brewers, stockists and specialty bars in Melbourne and Darebin to help you experience the very best of the local craft beer scene. Whether you’re looking to grow your knowledge of craft beer, taste some of Melbourne’s best brews, or just want a fun and laid back day out, Ben’s Brew Tours will get you started!

    Whether you’re looking to grow your knowledge of craft beer, taste some of Melbourne’s best brews, or just want a fun and laid back day out, Ben’s Brew Tours will get you started!

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  • All things Art

    Whittlesea is home to a vibrant and diverse arts community, which is evident in the many events, exhibitions and installations which feature across the municipality. From the Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre to the many local restaurants and recreation facilities that actively promote the arts, the City of Whittlesea nurtures and promotes arts and culture throughout the local community. 

    Whittlesea is home to a vibrant and diverse arts community, which is evident in the many events,

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  • Shopping in Casey

    Shopping in Casey

    Experience the vibrant atmosphere in the City of Casey’s fabulous retail precincts. Each precinct offers unique shopping experiences to suit all tastes and has good public transport options. Come and discover the hundreds of shops and outlets throughout the municipality including Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, Berwick High Street’s retail precinct as well as the newer Casey Central in Narre Warren. 

    Experience the vibrant atmosphere in the City of Casey’s fabulous retail precincts.

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  • Hurstbridge Farmers Market, Farmers Market, Hurstbridge, Family, CFA, Sunday

    Hurstbridge Farmers' Market

    Hurstbridge Farmers' Market is held all year round, from February to December on the first Sunday of the month from 8.30am – 1pm in the delightful setting of Fergusons Paddock in Hurstbridge. Entry is by gold coin donation with proceeds to the local CFA.

     

    Hurstbridge Farmers' Market is held all year round, from Febr

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  • Wineries

    Wineries

    Local wineries range from the volcanic hilltops of Kangaroo Ground, across the gravelly clays of Panton Hill and St Andrews, down to the fine soils of Arthurs Creek and Yan Yean. Many wineries have cellar doors where you can meet the winemaker, hear their stories and taste and buy the wine. Wineries and cellar doors vary from contemporary designs to ancient Italian-inspired stone and mudbrick buildings. Some wineries offer meals or platters of local produce as well as galleries exhibiting works by local artists.

    Local wineries range from the volcanic hilltops of Kangaroo Ground, across the gravelly clays of Panton Hill and St Andrews, down to the fine soils of Arthurs Creek and Yan Yean.

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  • Art In Nillumbik

    Art in Nillumbik

    Nillumbik has long been a place of creative inspiration. Artists seeking picturesque landscapes during the 19th century found them in Eltham and surrounding areas. Initially painters’ camps then colonies of artists, such as Montsalvat and Dunmoochin were established. As the years passed, painting and drawing crossed over into architecture and sculpture, music and literature, as talent, and talented families flourished. And the legacy lives on. In studios and galleries, in bookshops and at the performance venues discover the arts of Nillumbik.

    Nillumbik has long been a place of creative inspiration. Artists seeking picturesque landscapes during the 19th century found them in Eltham and surrounding areas.

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  • Tracks and trails

    Tracks and Trails

    The Nillumbik Shire trails network provides a great opportunity for walkers, cyclists and horse riders to enjoy the Shire's natural and cultural heritage. Residents and visitors are encouraged to enjoy the 25 kilometres of urban trails, 6 kilometres of rural trails and many informal trails that run throughout Shire of Nillumbik. Urban trails link to the Melbourne Metropolitan Trail Network and include the Diamond Creek Trail, the Plenty River Trail and the Aqueduct Trail. Other trails of interest include the Heidelberg Artists Trail, Heritage Walks and the Gawa Wurundjeri Aboriginal Resource Trail.

    The Nillumbik Shire trails network provides a great opportunity for walkers, cyclists and horse riders to enjoy the Shire's natural and cultural heritage.

  • Sugarloaf, Reservoir, Christmas Hills, Water

    Sugarloaf Reservoir - Christmas Hills

    Sugarloaf Reservoir is an integral part of Melbourne's water supply and a great place for a relaxing picnic or walk. This is a tranquil setting for a picnic or a stroll near the reservoir shores, offering wonderful views across the water. For the more energetic, there is a 15km walk that circumnavigates the reservoir.

    Opening hours: Every day of the year. Gates open at 8.30am and close at 7.00pm during daylight saving. Outside of daylight savings, the park closes at 5.00pm.

    Sugarloaf Reservoir is an integral part of Melbourne's water supply and a great place for a relaxing picnic or walk.

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  • Ponyland Equestrian Centre

    Enjoy the tranquility of a trail ride through the Australian bush. Ponyland has a wonderful team of horses and ponies to suit every rider.  Hosted by experienced and friendly guides.

    Opening hours: Open 7 days.
    Location: Osborne Road, Christmas Hills. Melways Ref 266 A10
    Contact: 9730 1334; ponyland@optusnet.com.au

    Enjoy the tranquility of a trail ride through the Australian bush. Ponyland has a wonderful team of horses and ponies to suit every rider.

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  • Montsalvat

    Montsalvat

    Famous for its architecture, music and poetry festivals, performances in the Great Hall and fabulous art exhibitions, Montsalvat, founded by Justus Jörgensen, is Australia’s oldest artists’ colony and home to practising artists. It remains to this day a working not-for-profit arts centre administered by a board. Set in 12–acres of established gardens, the historic buildings include charming mudbrick cottages and the impressive Great Hall.

    Famous for its architecture, music and poetry festivals, performances in the Great Hall and fabulous art exhibitions, Montsalvat, founded by Justus Jörgensen, is Australia’s oldest artists’ colony and home to practising artists.

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  • Parks and trails

    Parks and Trails

    Come and enjoy the many parks, playgrounds and walking and cycling trails on offer in Brimbank.The ongoing development and upgrading of Brimbank’s many parks, playgrounds and open spaces means there is something for everyone to enjoy including the latest in playground equipment, quality picnic facilities, easy-to-access shared pathways and everything in between. 

    Come and enjoy the many parks, playgrounds and walking and cycling trails on offer in Brimbank.Th

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  • Sailing

    From the nineteenth century, Bayside has offered top-class sailing in one of the world’s safest and most picturesque bays. Officials involved in the 1999 World Sailing Championships – held for the first time in Port Phillip Bay – declared it was one of the best ‘yachting venues’ in the world.  No matter what your age or status, sailing the Bayside foreshore offers untold pleasures – the joy of the sport itself, spectacular views, exercise, outstanding companionship and the challenge of competition (if sought).

    From the nineteenth century, Bayside has offered top-class sailing in one of the world’s safest a

  • Heidelberg, Artists, Walk, Cycle, Nillumbik, Warrandyte

    The Heidelberg School Artists Trail

    The trail consists of 57 interpretive signs celebrating the artists of the Heidelberg School who lived and painted in this area. It is a self-drive, cycling or walking trail that stretches from Heidelberg through Nillumbik, through to Warrandyte and to the Dandenongs. For a brochure call 13 19 63. 

    The trail consists of 57 interpretive signs celebrating the artists of the Heidelberg School who lived and painted in this area

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  • Eucalypt Community Market, Wollert

    Eucalypt Community Market, Wollert

    In partnership with Stockland and Third Place Café in Wollert, this monthly market runs at the Eucalypt Estate providing locals with access to fresh produce, arts and craft that will be sure to have something for everyone. A great way to connect with your local producers and find out what little treasures are in your own backyard! 

    In partnership with Stockland and Third Place Café in Wollert, this monthly market runs at the Eu

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