HOT: Hands On: We Make Carpets for Kids, National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

Hands On: We Make Carpets for Kids is the NGV’s latest exhibition for children. It is part of the NGV Triennial, a massive free contemporary art exhibition spanning three floors of NGV International.  Dutch art collective We Make Carpets (who do not actually make carpets!) has transformed the children’s gallery into walls of large-scale artworks incorporating patterns […]

HOT: NGV Kids Summer Festival 2018, National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

The NGV Kids Summer Festival 2018 is back with many FREE events for families from Monday 8 January to Sunday 14 January at the National Gallery Victoria on St Kilda Road (NGV International). This year the festival’s activities are inspired by the massive NGV Triennial exhibition covering all three levels of the NGV, plus the human […]

HOT: The Pool, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square

The Pool is an immersive art and architectural installation on the ground floor of the Ian Potter Centre at National Gallery of Victoria. The installation explores the meaning of pools in Australia’s lifestyle, landscape and cultural story-telling. Visitors are invited to dip their feet into the shallow pool – it’s more a wading pool so […]

HOT: Inside Out, Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson St, Carlton

Inside Out is Melbourne Museum’s newest temporary exhibition and it is unlike anything that they’ve done before! Museums Victoria is opening up their vast collection to highlight some of the less well-known objects from their collection of more than 17 million items. Instead of just displaying them in glass cases with explanatory plaques,Inside Out  brings 370 items to life […]

HOT: Carnivores Trail, Melbourne Zoo, Parkville

The Carnivores’ Trail at Melbourne Zoo is the new home for the Zoo’s top-order predators and some of the world’s most powerful carnivores. It starts at the present Lion Gorge, the enclosures for the African Wild Dogs and Philippines Crocodile and extends to new areas for the Snow Leopard, South American Coati, the Sumatran Tige and the Tasmanian Devil. You can see […]

HOT: Kangaroo Country, Healesville Sanctuary, Badger Creek Road, Healesville

Kangaroo Country Healesville Sanctuary is a new exhibit completing the sanctuary’s Iconic Australia precinct. The various enclosures showcase some of Australia’s most iconic animals, from koalas to kangaroos, echidnas, wombats and more. You can enter Kangaroo Country from two locations – either from from the treetops of Koala Forest or via a gate near the nature play/main playground area. We are […]

HOT: Gingerbread Village by EPICURE, Melbourne Town Hall, cnr Little Collins & Swanston Streets, Melbourne

  Visiting the Gingerbread Village is now an annual Christmas ritual for our family and one of our Christmas Activity Advent Calendar events. The popular display is open at Melbourne Town Hall from Friday 1 December to Sunday 24 December with extended opening hours of 9-8:15pm. Australia’s #1 Chocolatier, Deniz Karaca, and his team have put together more […]

HOT: Ground Up: Building Big Ideas, Together, Scienceworks, 2 Booker St, Spotswood

Scienceworks has a new permanent children’s area dedicated to 0-5 year olds (so long, Nitty Gritty Super City) and it is awesome! Ground Up: Building Big Ideas, Together is a screen-free space where little future innovators can develop foundational science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). It’s part of Scienceworks’ $6 million gallery redevelopment in 2017-2018. Ground Up uses sensory […]

HOT: Emerald Lake Model Railway, Emerald Lake Park, Emerald Lake Road, Emerald

Emerald Lake Model Railway is a kitsch attraction inside Emerald Lake. If you have little train fans it’s a must-do. It’s the largest running model railway in the Southern Hemisphere! The model railway is a family-run business and is pretty low-key in its operation. Pay the entry fee ($7 adults, $4 children), go behind the […]

HOT: Alison Lester Gallery, 1 Falls Rd, Fish Creek

Fish Creek is a small town in the Prom Country on the road to Wilsons Promontory. While it only has about 800 residents it is known as the artistic hub of Gippsland as it boasts an unusually large number of galleries and arts and craft outlets, mainly catering for tourists who pass through Fish Creek […]

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