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  • Diamond Creek, Rotary, Town Fair, Gumboot Throwing, entertainment, free

    Diamond Creek Rotary Town Fair

    Saturday, 9 September 2017

    The Diamond Creek Rotary Town Fair is a great day out for all the family. All your favourite activities will be there, carnival rides, free entertainment, craft stalls, demonstrations, food stalls the spectacular fireworks display and more. And by popular demand - egg and spoon races, sack races, cricket pad races and the old favourite, gumboot throwing competitions! Heaps of fun and entertainment for the whole family. 

     

    The Diamond Creek Rotary Town Fair is a great day out for all

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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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  • 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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  • 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.

  • 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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  • Manningham Gallery

    This modern art venue showcases a broad range of contemporary media including painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, drawings, photography, installation and multi-media artworks. Recognising the region's significance to the history of Australian pottery, the gallery regularly hosts exhibitions of work by celebrated Australian ceramic artists as well as the biennial Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award.

    This modern art venue showcases a broad range of contemporary media including painting, sculpture

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  • Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary

    Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary

    Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary is located just off Beaumaris, where sloping cliffs of sandstone jut out into Port Phillip Bay. At the water's edge the rock has been worn down into a series of platforms and rock pools, creating a varied and easily accessible marine environment. The diversity of habitat at Ricketts Point is what makes this marine sanctuary so fascinating. 

    Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary is located just off Beaumaris, where sloping cliffs of sandstone

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Scienceworks

    Scienceworks

    With such a stunning range of themed exhibition and interactive scientific displays, Scienceworks is sure to enthral and entertain the kids for hours. Experience live demonstrations, informative tours and plenty of hands-on activities – all designed to unravel the mysteries of science. With enough happening to fill a full day, head down this weekend and enjoy! 

    With such a stunning range of themed exhibition and interactive scientific displays, Scienceworks

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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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  • 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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  • Enterprize Tall Ship

    Enterprize Tall Ship

    Set sail aboard Melbourne’s Tall Ship Enterprize, a working replica of the ship that brought the first white settlers to Melbourne in 1835. Relax on deck with the family as we explore the bay and tell the little known story of the founding of Melbourne. The truly adventurous can experience life as an early sailor and climb the rigging for a heart stopping view of Melbourne. 

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    Set sail aboard Melbourne’s Tall Ship Enterprize, a working replica of the ship that brought the

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  • Wyndham Cultural Centre

    Wyndham Cultural Centre is the premier performing arts theatre and cultural events centre in Melbourne’s west. Also home to the Wyndham Art Gallery and Werribee Visitor Information Centre.

    Wyndham Cultural Centre is the premier performing arts theatre and cultural events centre in Melb

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  • Box Hill Shopping and Dining

    This precinct is a popular spot for fine Asian cuisine and visitors can dine in a variety of Chinese, Malaysian, Vietnamese and Korean restaurants. The area also includes supermarkets, fresh food, clothing retailers, Asian grocers and Centro Box hill, a multi level shopping complex

    This precinct is a popular spot for fine Asian cuisine and visitors can dine in a variety of Chin

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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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  • Lysterfield Park

    Lysterfield Park

    Lysterfield Park is a recreation hub in a beautiful natural environment close to Melbourne. Explore the bushland on walking tracks and mountain bike tracks. Enjoy canoeing, sailing, paddle boating or surf skiing on the popular Lysterfield Lake. 

    Lysterfield Park is a recreation hub in a beautiful natural environment close to Melbourne.

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  • The Black Powder Mill in Cairnlea

    From the late 19th century, the area round Sunshine, Albion and Deer Park was the most significant explosives manufacturing district in Australia, and many remnants of this period still stand today. The Black Powder Mill, built in 1942, is the last building remnant of about 400 buildings of the Albion Explosives Factory, a significant defence production facility during WW2.

    From the late 19th century, the area round Sunshine, Albion and Deer Park was the most significan

  • RAAF Museum Point Cook

    Australia’s fascinating aviation history is on display with memorabilia, permanent and evolving exhibitions and exhilarating flying displays all on offer. Free entry!

    Australia’s fascinating aviation history is on display with memorabilia, permanent and evolving e

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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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  • Organ Pipes National Park

    The ‘Organ Pipes’ are basalt geological formations, formed by molten lava cooling and cracking about 2.8 million years ago. The surrounding National Park also features other natural formations like the Rosette Rock, and plenty of walking trails, wildflowers and picnic facilities.  The park is also popular with bird watchers. Located in Keilor North with access from the Calder Freeway.

    The ‘Organ Pipes’ are basalt geological formations, formed by molten lava cooling and cracking ab

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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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  • Plenty Gorge Park

     Walk to the beautiful Plenty River Gorge and marvel at the diverse wildlife within the park.  Enjoy a quiet picnic, play ball games or fly a kite in the wide open spaces of Yarrambat Picnic Area.  Hawkestowe Picnic Area is the perfect spot for a barbecue, with views to the Plenty River and the historic Le Page Homestead as a backdrop. 

     Walk to the beautiful Plenty River Gorge an

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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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  • 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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  • The Whitehorse Centre

    The Whitehorse centre holds a diverse program to suit any taste, including plays, musicals, opera, ballet, shows for children, works by renowned Australian play writers as well new productions by up-coming writers. The centre holds a variety of function rooms that can be hired out by the public for a variety of occasions.

    The Whitehorse centre holds a diverse program to suit any taste, including plays, musicals, opera

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  • Sandown Raceway

    Sandown Raceway

    Feel the rush of speed at Sandown Raceway with car and horseracing throughout the year including the crowd-favourite V8 supercars. Sandown hosts five major motorsport weekends annually including the V8 Supercars ‘Heritage Round’ and the Sandown 500. Sandown also hosts many horseracing meets throughout the year, including the annual Greater Dandenong Race Day.

    Feel the rush of speed at Sandown Raceway with car and horseracing throughout the year including

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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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  • 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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  • Petty’s Orchard

    One of Melbourne’s oldest commercial orchards, Petty’s holds the largest collection of apple varieties on mainland Australia, with more than 200 varieties. It uniquely encompasses an antique apple orchard, commercial orchard, on-site organic store, wetlands, bird hide, an old packing shed which displays the orchard’s history. Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

    One of Melbourne’s oldest commercial orchards, Petty’s holds the largest collection of apple vari

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  • Festivals All The Time!

    Festivals All The Time!

    The City of Greater Dandenong is an exciting, vibrant and culturally diverse community, offering a range of festivals and events for locals and visitors alike. These range from the ceremony of Australia Day through to Springvale’s Lunar New Year celebrations, the annual Children’s Festival, Melbourne Food and Wine events, the Dandenong Agricultural Show and Christmas Carols in the park, just to name a few.

    The City of Greater Dandenong is an exciting, vibrant and culturally diverse community, offering

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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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  • 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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  • Gardener’s Indulgence Trail

    Spend a leisurely day out visiting up to six unique garden centres. Along the trail you can immerse yourself in all things gardening, yet each venue also offers something different. Take in a quirky gallery space, garden art sculpture, find out more about edible gardens and sustainable gardening practices, browse for garden and homewares, or take in lunch or a coffee at a quaint teahouse or café.

    Spend a leisurely day out visiting up to six unique garden centres.

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  • Ferries to Williamstown

    Jump on a ferry and head across the bay to Williamstown to take in a glimpse of Melbourne’s past life. Williamstown retains the charm of an old seaport, close to the city but a feel that is truly a world away. For some serious summer fun, head to the unofficial gelato capital of Williamstown, Nelson Place.

    Jump on a ferry and head across the bay to Williamstown to take in a glimpse of Melbourne’s past

  • Dining in Casey

    Dining in Casey

    Casey offers a great variety of wining and dining experiences. With so many options there is sure to be something to suit tantilise your tastebuds and suit your budget also. Some great dining experiences include: Ambrosia in Berwick - 9702 0044

    Ashcotts in Berwick - 9707 5900

    Atura Hotel in Eumemmering - 9771 6000

    Eighty One in Berwick - 9768 9555

    Nomadic in Berwick - 9769 8727

    Shanikas in Berwick - 9707 3511

    Trios at Cranbourne Racecourse in Cranbourne - 5996 3233

    Wings and Fins in Tooradin - 5998 3600

    Casey offers a great variety of wining and dining experiences.

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  • Bolin Bolin Billabong

    Visitors to Bolin Bolin Billabong, one of the few remaining billabongs to be found in an urban setting, can explore the rich indigenous history of the land through interpretive signs dotted throughout the park. Prior to European settlement it was a significant meeting place for indigenous people from across Victoria.

    Visitors to Bolin Bolin Billabong, one of the few remaining billabongs to be found in an urban se

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  • Williamstown Botanic Gardens

    Williamstown Botanic Gardens

    Williamstown Botanic Gardens opened in 1860 are one of Victoria’s first public gardens. The gardens are listed on the Victorian Heritage Register as significant for their historical, aesthetic, scientific and social significance to the state of Victoria. Nestled by the sea, complete with rare and significant trees, a formal palm avenue and a charming Edwardian ornamental pond amongst its many attractions, the gardens provide a peaceful setting.

    Williamstown Botanic Gardens opened in 1860 are one of Victoria’s first public gardens.

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  • Kingston Arts

    Kingston Arts

    Culture that captures the imagination. Scratch the surface of the City of Kingston and you’ll find a thriving arts and cultural scene that’s buzzing with dynamic, diverse and high quality creative programs. 

    Kingston showcases the finest local and national talent, and champions artistic endeavor of all kinds from all corners of our diverse community. Experience, inspire, challenge yourself, and most of all enjoy your journey of cultural discovery in the City of Kingston. Get involved in your local arts scene and discover what Kingston Arts has to offer.

    Culture that captures the imagination.

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  • Maritime Heritage/History

    The city’s strong maritime heritage is reinforced by many attractions including The Timeball Tower and Gem Pier, where the city ferries arrive and depart. Blunts Boatbuilders in adjacent Nelson Place is an icon in itself, having been in business for more than 150 years. The Williamstown Sailing Club, Royal Yacht Club of Victoria, Hobsons Bay Yacht Club and Royal Victorian Motor Yacht Club and Seaworks are all to be found along Nelson Place.

    The city’s strong maritime heritage is reinforced by many attractions including The Timeball Towe

  • 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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  • CERES

    CERES Environment Park

    CERES is a non-profit community environment park beside Merri Creek, open every day with free entry. Displays, demonstrations, talks and events help visitors understand what can be done for the environment on a household, community and on a global level. Site tours are held Saturday and Sunday mornings, and there is a craft market and organic market open Saturday and Wednesday mornings.

    CERES is a non-profit community environment park beside Merri Creek, open every day with free entry.

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  • Manningham Art Collection

    The Manningham Art Collection features both large scale sculptures installed across the municipality, and smaller contemporary artworks that are regularly displayed in the foyers of Manningham City Square and the Manningham Civic Centre at 699 Doncaster Road. Explore Manningham’s Public Art, including significant works such as Inge King’s ‘Sentinel’, Anthony Pryor’s ‘I am a Man like You’, Deborah Halpern’s ‘Big Cat’ and ‘Water Creature’.

    The Manningham Art Collection features both large scale sculptures installed across the municipal

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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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  • Seaplanes

    Melbourne Seaplanes operate from the water at Williamstown, providing an exciting way of seeing Melbourne. Trips range from a short ride over Melbourne to longer journeys around the bay, with spectacular views of the city and surrounds.

    Melbourne Seaplanes operate from the water at Williamstown, providing an exciting way of seeing M

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  • Moreland Parks and Wetlands

    Moreland Parks and Wetlands

    Randazzo Park in Brunswick is an award winning park with lawn areas, an innovative children’s playground, timber boardwalk, wheelchair accessible picnic tables and timber sun lounges for reading the newspaper. Other great spaces include Harmony Park in Coburg and Coburg Lake Reserve, all with communal areas and great places to spend a sunny Saturday!  

    Randazzo Park in Brunswick is an award winning park with lawn areas, an innovative children’s playground, timber boardwalk, wheelchair accessible picnic tables and timber sun lounges for reading the newspaper.

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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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  • 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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  • Growling Frog Golf Course

    Growling Frog Golf Course

    Previously featured on Coxy’s Big Break, the Growling Frog Golf Course was named after the Growling Grass Frog, which is native to the area. The 18-hole course was designed by Graham Marsh and has been recognised as one of Australia’s best public golf courses. The course is open every day and an on-site restaurant allows visitors to take in the magnificent view of the course, as well as the Great Dividing Range.

    Previously featured on Coxy’s Big Break, the Growling Frog Golf Course was named after the Growling Grass Frog, which is native to the area.

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  • Community markets

    Community Markets

    A number of local community markets are held throughout the municipality each month, offering a range of local produce, plants, arts and crafts and collectibles. Attracting local residents and visitors alike, these markets support the local community while also giving local producers a platform to sell their products.

    A number of local community markets are held throughout the municipality each month, offering a range of local produce, plants, arts and crafts and collectibles.

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  • Whittlesea Courthouse and Visitor Centre

    Located in the historic township of Whittlesea, the restored Whittlesea Courthouse now serves as the Visitor Information Centre for the City of Whittlesea. The Courthouse itself is set amongst scenic gardens and is often used as a venue by local artists exhibiting their work. Built in 1864, this year marks the 150th anniversary of the Whittlesea Courthouse.

    Located in the historic township of Whittlesea, the restored Whittlesea Courthouse now serves as

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  • 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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  • 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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  • Inflatable World

    Inflatable World

    Bring the whole family and bounce on into Inflatable World. It's not just for the kids - we encourage the parents to have fun with their children too. Sessions are for two hours per single entry fee and you can play on the inflatable activities as many times as you like during the two hour session!

    Bring the whole family and bounce on into Inflatable World.

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