Last week of March and so many fun things to do!

This week you’ll find me at CycleStyle x Habitots pop up‘s final days, taking a free bike tour as part of WOW Women of the World Festival 2017 (spaces still available) and turning Barkly Street into a colourful play street as part of the West Footscray Festival of Colours!

CBD / Docklands

  • Korea Festival (Fri 24 Mar – Sun 26 Mar) – celebrate Korean culture with food, displays, demonstrations and Kpop.
  • Invisible Light Garden Artplay (Fri 24 Mar – Sun 26 Mar) – Discover the interaction between digital imagery and physical action in this interactive art installation. Last weekend Full review. 
  • Play Pod State Library of Victoria (Fri 24 Mar – 31 May) – free play space inspired by Where is the Green Sheep. Full review.
  • NGV Car Wash (Fri 24 Mar – April 2017) – enjoy a neon pink installation in the sculpture garden inspired by a car wash. FULL REVIEW.
  • Family Footy Fun Zone Queen Victoria Market (Sat 25 Mar – Sun 26 Mar) – Every Saturday and Sunday until Easter the Vic Market’s A Shed near Victoria Street will be transformed into a footy extravaganza with inflatable kicking goals, a specky-marking zone, handball challenges, footy arts and crafts and more.
  • Victoria’s Multicultural Festival (Sat 25 Mar) – fun-filled program of music, dance, film and activities throughout the day to entertain people of all ages.
  • Fed Square Book Market (Sat 25 Mar) – Anna Walker will be showing the developmental work for her latest picture book Florette, published by Penguin Books.
  • One Beat One Love African Community Festival (Sun 26 Mar) – celebrate African-Australian culture with live performances, art, food and more at Immigration Museum. 
  • Queen Victoria Night Market (Wed 29 Mar) – Eat and drink your way around the world one dish at a time with more than 50 street food traders cooking up a global feast plus specialty shopping and entertainment. Last week.
  • Cerita Anak Arts Centre Melbourne (Thu 30 Mar – Sun 2 Apr) – children’s interactive performance based on Java’s seafaring heritage and true story.





Diamond Valley Railway



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