HOT: Local Folk, 43 Epsom Rd, Kensington

Local Folk is a cosy family-friendly cafe in Kensington and as its name suggests it’s a place for local residents looking for coffee, breakfast, brunch and lunch. The cafe is split over two levels, with the sunny upper level more suitable for families. Haul the pram up a few stairs and you’ll find a little […]

HOT: Messy Me, 5th Brunswick Scout Hall, 213A Weston St, East Brunswick

Messy Me offers unstructured messy play classes for under 5s in Hoppers Crossing, Brunswick and Hadfield.   For an hour you and your child can enjoy a relaxed creative and sensory play experience especially designed for kids aged 18 months to 5 years. Every session has different theme and the eight activities change, but every […]

HOT: Lance Reichstein Playground, Braybrook Park, Churchill Ave, Braybrook

The Lance Reichstein Playground at Braybrook Park was a huge all-weather adventure playground built to look like a plane that vandals burnt down in 2015. Fortunately, it’s recently been reopened with another aeroplane-themed playground, this time with extra features!   It’s a big space, with multiple pieces of equipment suitable for different ages. The central plane […]

HOT: Craft and Caffeine, 16 A Herbert Ave, Hoppers Crossing

Craft and Caffeine is a tucked away shop in suburban Hoppers Crossing that offers exactly what it says – crafty activities for the kids and caffeine for the tired adults! The space is set up with kids in mind and it’s a relaxing location for a cold or rainy day adventure. The room filled with a range […]

HOT: Craftercise, 52A Hawker Street, Airport West

Craftercise are term-based classes that combine physical/active play, singing, art, craft and messy play all in one busy 45 minute session. Craftercise is held inside a factory warehouse in Airport West and as soon as Baby 2.0 sees the set-up he wants to get in and play! Three facilitators are on hand to lead the […]

HOT: WYNCITY Bowl and Entertainment Centre, 36 Wallace Ave, Point Cook

Indoors fun that keeps kids entertained for hours can be hard to find. Enter WYNCITY, an indoors entertainment complex that’s a perfect option when the weather’s too hot, cold or wet to be outside. Their Point Cook branch is only 20 minutes from the CBD and we are invited to visit to try out some of their […]

The HOT List: Top 10 Tips for Visiting the Royal Melbourne Show 2017

Every year Lady AB and I have a tradition of visiting the Royal Melbourne Show (23 September – 3 October 2017) and I look forward to our annual outing, with its mix of entertainment, agriculture, attractions and food. This year I pluck up the courage to also take Baby 2.0 – so here are 10 tips for tackling […]

HOT: Regatta Beach Playground, Cnr Sanctuary Lakes Blvd North and North Shore Dve, Point Cook

A beach is already a giant sandpit of fun but when you combine it with a playground then the fun is doubled! Regatta Beach Playground is a gorgeous man-made beach playground, located lakeside inside the Sanctuary Lakes resort and housing estate. The playground setting is quiet and serene, with a gentle cool breeze and bird life […]

Horrible Histories: The Best of Barmy Britain – Giveaway!

Horrible Histories is a British sketch comedy television series, part of the children’s history franchise of the same name based on the books written by Terry Deary.  Dreary himself has a background in theatre and has helped write and produce the TV shows.  It’s aired here on ABC Me and is very well loved and viewed. The special one-hour theatre production of Horrible Histories […]

HOT: Small Graces, 57 Byron St, Footscray

Footscray CBD has a new retail and shopping precinct across from the former Little Saigon market. One of the new tenants is Small Graces, a bright and cosy cafe by chef/owner and Footscray local Diego. Small Graces‘s menu focuses on seasonal and wholesome food, with a few Colombian flourishes harking to Diego’s heritage. The kitchen uses […]

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