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What’s On in Melbourne – February 2023

Welcome to February! Discover all the things to do this month by checking out what’s on in Melbourne today, this weekend, as well as look ahead and see what’s happening for the whole month. 


The Waterfront Festival is the ultimate celebration of summer by the bay. Held on the Frankston waterfront, there will be live music, food trucks, a garden bar, market stalls and stacks of fun activities for the family.

The Frankston Waterfront Festival will run from Saturday, 19 February, until Sunday, 19 February. So be sure to mark your calendars to avoid missing out on all the fun!

Frankston Waterfront Festival, Frankston Foreshore, Frankston, 1300322322, frankstonevents@frankston.vic.gov.au

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Frankston Waterfront Festival
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Melbourne Events February

What's on in Melbourne CBD / Docklands

  • Library on the Lawn (Thu 19 Jan – Sun 5 Feb) – Relax, read and make the most of the warmer weather this summer at the Library’s upper forecourt! Enjoy music, workshops, roving performances, face painting and other free family-friendly outdoor events activities.
  • Lunar New Year at Crown (Fri 20 Jan – Sun 12 Feb) – Zodiac Spectacular and lion dancing performances.
  • Rainbow Storytime (Mon 30 Jan – Mon 6 Feb) – Come along for a singing, dancing and storytelling extravaganza! Celebrate and empower LGBTQIA+ rainbow families through children’s picture storybooks with your pre-schoolers.
  • Sustainable Living Festival (Wed 1 Feb – Mon 28 Feb) – join the sustainability movement with a month of workshops, talks, demonstrations, artworks, exhibitions, films and live performances.
  • MakeDo – Round and Round (Thu 2 Feb – Sun 5 Feb) – Squeeze, throw and roll in this sensory play painting workshop. MakeDo is available for kids from 14 to 24 months and 2 to 4 years old.
  • Melbourne Park Open Day (Sat 4 Feb) – a FREE event for players of all ages and stages of learning to celebrate a new year at Tennis World! Discover a range of programs and enjoy activation classes, including Hot Shots, Cardio Tennis, and more
  • Midsumma Pride March (Sun 5 Feb) – Parade, pride and party come together once a year in Melbourne's iconic march celebrating solidarity in gender and sexuality diversity. 
  • Beam Me Up Baby! (Thu 9 Feb – Sun 12 Feb) – Guided by artist Emma Salzano, babies and carers will move through a play space, meet other babies, listen to music and sounds, and play with textured objects and fabrics.
  • Jams for Juniors: Mahler Symphony No.1 (Sat 11 Feb) – Introduce babies and toddlers to the magic of music as they explore, play and join in at this popular 30-minute musical workshop.
  • Teeny Tiny Stevies (Sun 12 Feb) – Join the much-loved ARIA Award-winning children’s band Teeny Tiny Stevies in a very special and hugely fun outdoor concert for Live at the Bowl.
  • Victoria’s Pride (Sun 12 Feb) – A landmark program of pride events and projects will return to Victoria this summer as part of a statewide celebration of LGBTQIA+ communities.
  • Storytime at the Library (Mon 13 Feb & Mon 20 Feb) – If you love a story, you’ve come to the right place! Storytime sessions showcase classic stories and new works from Victorian and Australian authors – along with your favourite songs and rhymes.
  • Earth Children (Thu 16 Feb – Fri 17 Feb) – Learn the basics of how to make cob (sand, dirt and straw) with your hands and your feet, and then use these skills to sculpt and build your designs with the support of professional artists. Earth Children is available for kids from 3 to 5 years and 5 to 8 years.
  • Saboteurs (Sat 18 Feb – Sat 25 Feb) – Play an AmongUs style game in real life at this immersive, interactive space-themed event that is set to take place at Queen Victoria Market.
  • Fed Live With Vera Blue (Sat 18 Feb) – Feb Fed Live has a fab line-up of singer/songwriter songstresses, featuring hugely popular electro-pop artist Vera Blue as their headliner.
  • Lunar New Year Festival 2023 (Sat 18 Feb – Sun 19 Feb) – Celebrate this special tradition, dragon boating and the spirit of friendly competition at this Dragon Boat Festival!
  • Robotics and coding workshop (Sat 18 Feb & Sat 18 Mar) – Discover the power of mBot robots in this fun introductory workshop that explores how simple programs can control complex machines.
  • Dragon Boat Festival (sun 19 Feb) – This Lunar New Year, join in the Dragon Boat Racing Festival on Harbour Esplanade and watch 200-metre dragon boat racing.
  • Make a ‘Shelter of Care’ (Sun 19 Feb) – Come along and create a ‘Shelter of Care’ using coconuts, bamboo, stones and other organic materials.
  • MKids — Create Your Own Shelter of Care (Sun 19 Feb) – Come along and create a ‘Shelter of Care’ using coconuts, bamboo, stones and other organic materials.
  • Groovy Tunes (Thu 23 Feb – Fri 24 Feb) – Join master drummer and multi-instrumentalist Kofi Kunkpe in a joyful music and movement workshop. Sessions are available for kids 14 months to 24 months, 2 to 3 years, and 3 to 5 years.
  • The Pregnancy Babies & Children's Expo (Sat 25 Feb – Sun 26 Feb) – Australia’s trusted early parenting event is a must for all new parents. Showcasing BIG brands, BEST prices, special offers and the LATEST innovations, all under one roof.
  • PE with Joe (Sat 25 Feb) – Are you ready to move more and have fun while doing it? Look no further than the PE with Joe 2023 tour, coming to Australia for the first time this summer!
  • Ballet Under the Stars (Sat 25 Feb) – A free family-friendly event proudly presented by Telstra
  • The Great Local Picnic (Sun 26 Feb) – Join ABC’s Gardening Australia’s Costa Georgiadis for a huge afternoon celebrating sustainability in the heart of our city at Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne.
  • Playdate at the Library: Happy Feet Fitness (Every Wed until Wed 1 March) – Calling all movers and shakers! These interactive classes are designed to boost youngsters' confidence through dance and encourage participation and social interaction.
  • Storyline Express Installation (Until 5 Mar) – Come along to the Pauline Gandel Children's Quarter to see the ‘Storyline Express': a miniature locomotive carrying friendly and furry passengers through a city full of stories crafted by our youngest visitors.
  • Queen Victoria Night Market (Until Wed 15 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. Queen Victoria Night Market review.
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What's on in Melbourne North / North-East

  • Summer of Play Melbourne Museum Plaza (Sat 24 Dec – Sun 26 Feb) – Play all day as Melbourne Museum celebrates summer with an illuminated Plaza playscape. Experience unmissable exhibitions, hot pink activations and late-night events.
  • Mini Beast Disco (Fri 3 Feb – Sat 4 Feb) – a wholesome and eco-focussed intergenerational disco spectacular, recommended for kids aged 3-9 and their family hordes. Enjoy a wild time full of youthful, playful and green energy!
  • Warrandyte Community Market (Sat 4 Feb) – Local, handmade, grown and baked at home with love from the artists, crafters, designers, seamstresses, builders, woodworkers, potters, growers, cooks and artisans.
  • Victoria Street Lunar Festival 2023 (Sun 5 Feb) – The Vietnamese heart of Richmond comes to life in true hawker food style, focusing on the outdoor dining experience.
  • The Wayfinders (Fri 24 Feb – Sun 26 Feb) – This open-air audio experience theatricalises the Abbotsford Convent landscape using the voices and imaginations of children.
  • Carlton Street Eats (Thursdays until 25 May) – Bring a picnic rug and enjoy the expansive lawn area while you enjoy your choice of sweet and savoury foods, freshly squeezed juice, beer, wine, gelati, wood-fired pizza or French patisserie.
  • Fitzroy Market (Saturdays) – a one-stop hub for everything produce, food, artisan, handcrafted, vintage, second hand and local.

What's on in Melbourne South / South-East / Bayside

  • Space Jam New Legacy: Family Jam (Fri 13 Jan – Sun 19 Feb) – fun-filled zones, Looney Tunes photo opportunities, hoops for practising trick shots, video arcade games, plus loads of interactive basketball tests and challenges.
  • Dutch Cargo Festival (Fri 3 Feb – Sat 4 Feb) – obstacle courses, workshops, music, face painting and more!
  • The Market (Sat 4 Feb) – A fun-filled market with something for everyone. Browse the stalls, stop for a coffee or just enjoy some good quality time with family
  • Big Bands Sunsets Festival (Sat 4 Feb, Sat 11 Feb, Sat 18 Feb & Sat 25 Feb) – Melbourne's premier big band festival, featuring performances from local and national swing groups and big bands.
  • Bumblebee Market Berwick (Sun 6 Feb & Sun 26 Feb) – pre-loved, handmade, and new goods at reasonable prices.
  • ClimateWatch Walk at Melbourne Gardens (Wed 8 Feb – Thu 23 Feb) – Join Climate Watch advocates on this free guided walk to monitor biodiversity at Melbourne and Cranbourne Gardens.   
  • Touch & Go by Sally Chance Dance (Thu 9 Feb – Fri 10 Feb) – Two and three-year-olds are invited to enter a playful world of shapes and pathways, stepping stones and lines, with two friendly dancers and a live musician.
  • The Classics: Opera on the Silver Screen (Sat 11 Feb) – Listen to some of the most famous and beautiful operatic arias from pivotal cinematic scenes performed by a cast of six Australian opera singers, accompanied by a twelve-piece chamber orchestra and led by maestra Phoebe Briggs.
  • St Kilda Latin Festival 2023 (Sat 11 Feb – Sun 12 Feb) – enjoy authentic cuisine, performances, a kids' area, art, a massive Latin beer garden and much more.
  • St Kilda Festival (Sat 18 Feb – Sun 19 Feb) – St Kilda Festival returns in 2023 with two days of incredible live music and summer fun.
  • I-OP Hip Hop Crew (Sat 18 Feb) – In this exciting performance, see Indigenous Outreach Projects (IOP) showcase their passion to connect with community, especially youth, engaging them through music and dance.
  • Afro Dance Workshop (Sat 18 Feb) – Learn some of the best party moves from the African continent and Jamaica in this fun dance workshop while listening to some upbeat music from the African diaspora.
  • Tim Tim (Sun 19 Feb) – See the sky filled with bubbles as Tim Tim and his bubble cart turn garden areas into magical wonderlands!
  • The Plants (Sun 19 Feb) – a site-specific musical installation that invites participants to create their own musical compositions using unique digital instruments… plants!
  • Yothu Yindi Culture Jam (Sun 19 Feb) – Revolutionary and pioneering band of Australian indigenous music Yothu Yindi will deliver an empowering lively and a highly participatory workshop in traditional dance, stories and language for all generations.
  • Drumming Workshops (Sun 19 Feb) – The 10–15-minute workshops will include learning a traditional African rhythm, a chance to move your body and have a go at a solo!
  • Fishing clinic for kids with Elwood Angling Club (Sun 19 Feb) – Come and learn how to sustainably fish in Port Phillip Bay on the St Kilda pier. All equipment and bait provided. Raffle with many giveaways at the end.
  • Recycled Headdress Workshop with Ocean Couture (Sun 19 Feb) – Join Luna & Sarah of LunaSea Studio to create your own festival headdress or accessory! Let your imagination run wild to create wearable art, inspired by summer, sun & the ocean!
  •  TGI Fridays Bayside (Thu 23 Feb) – TGI Fridays are opening a brand-new Bayside restaurant and to celebrate, they'll be hosting a four-day fiesta jam-packed with activities the whole family will love!
  • Summer Sounds 2023 (Sat 25 Feb) – Join in for an evening of soulful, funky, upbeat live music from highly acclaimed local & international artists. A festive food & beverage menu will keep you satisfied as you dance the night away.
  • The Classics: Symphony (Sat 25 Feb) – Hear the stunning 65-piece Stonnington Symphony Orchestra perform a wonderful selection of well-known melodies from classical through to contemporary under the helm of conductor Michael Lichnovsky.
  • The 5ifth Market (Sat 25 Feb) – Gourmet Food & Drink Trucks, Live Music & Quality Local Makers Stalls including, Fashion, Homewares, Art, & lots more.
  • The Tempest (Sat 25 Feb – Sun 12 Mar) – This performance is guaranteed to entertain audiences young and old with its laugh-out-loud comedy, beautiful choreography and musical medleys.
  • Berwick Show (Sat 25 Feb – Sun 26 Feb) – enjoy competitions, lessons in agriculture, cooking, photography and more as well as a variety of entertainment including rides, show bags, stage and arena activities!
  • Clayton Festival (Sun 26 Feb) – a FREE community celebration featuring live entertainment, community and kids activities, food trucks and roving performers.
  • Teddy Bear Picnic (Sun 26 Feb) – meander through Rippon Lea’s extensive gardens and fernery, play on the fairground rides, have your face painted, and enjoy a picnic on the lawn, all with your favourite teddy bear by your side.
  • Secret Life of Birds (Tue 28 Feb) On this guided walk, spot water birds nesting around Ornamental Lake and delight in the sights and sounds of the birds that call the Gardens home.
  • Hypercolour Summer at Bunjil Place (Until Sun 26 Feb) – This summer, head on over to Bunjil Place to enjoy fun-tastic shows, art workshops, movies & more.
  • Moonlight Cinema Melbourne (Until Sun 26 Mar) – Australia’s favourite open-air cinema returns to the beautiful green Central Lawn for another season of balmy nights, lush picnics and sizzling silver screen blockbuster movies and fan-favourite films.
  • Melbourne Cable Park Summer Movies (Until Fri 31 Mar) – get down to Melbourne Cable Park to listen to live music from local artists and watch your favourite films.
  • Punting on the Lake (Until Wed 31 May) – take a serene cruise around the islands of the picturesque Ornamental Lake in Melbourne’s stunning Royal Botanic Gardens.
  • Aboriginal Heritage Walk (Until Thu 29 Jun) – Journey into Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, a significant cultural site for the local Kulin Nation, with a First Peoples guide.
  • Seek and Find Nature Cards (Until Fri 30 Jun) Set your young ones on an adventure exploring nature with Seek and Find Nature Cards to be used at Melbourne Gardens or download the cards and go exploring in your own neighbourhood.
  • The Explorer – Melbourne Gardens (Until Thu 31 Aug) Discover the beauty of this inner-city oasis and enjoy live commentary in the comfort of an open-air minibus.
  • Sonica Botanica: Stories & Sounds from the Gardens (Until Sun 31 Dec) – Immerse yourself in intertwining stories, atmospheric music and mesmerising sounds of the natural environment in Sonica Botanica, created by Melbourne sound artist Patrick Cronin.
  • Little Play Squad Legoland (Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays) – An interactive parent-child Play & Learn session based on LEGO® DUPLO®. DUPLO Farm Adventure Review.
  • Prahran Market Mini Marketeers (Tuesdays) – Enjoy free, guided activities teaching toddlers the fundamentals of eating well and putting the ‘yum’ in healthy food choices.
  • Camelot Traffic School (Weekends and School Holidays) Ride or scoot in this miniature city and get practical experience riding and learning some road rules. Located in Bentleigh East. Check their hours on their website before you go, as they are subject to change. Read my review.
  • Young at Art Mornington Peninsula Art Gallery (Tuesdays) – program for 0-5-year-olds. Sing, dance, clap and stomp your feet with Matteo! Do an exciting activity with the Education Coordinator afterwards.
  • Nightjar Festival Geelong (Tuesdays in February) – Central Geelong will be activated with musicians, street performers, food from around the world, emerging designers, a bar and a children's area.
  • The Mexican Music Man (Every Thu) – The Mexican Music Man plays a wide range of instruments and encourages your children to get involved! Come and sing “We all live in a Yellow Submarine” with the Mexican Music Man- the kids (and you!) will have a ball.
  • Sundown at Healesville Sanctuary (Saturdays in Feb) – Enjoy some fun outdoor entertainments and gather your family for a relaxing picnic-style afternoon in a beautiful bushland setting.
  • Bentleigh Sunday Market (Sundays) – plants, clothing, cosmetics, jewellery, books, videos, tools, antiques, crafts, pre-loved goods, and more! Every Sunday. 
  • Mornington Railway (Sundays) – Climb aboard the Mornington Railway steam train for a fun-filled outing.

What's on in Melbourne East

  • Let’s Dance: Hip Hop (Mon 30 Jan – Mon 3 Apr) – In these free kid’s dance classes, kids will get to learn some new moves, meet other kids and have fun!
  • Toddler Jam (Thu 2 Feb – Fri 31 Mar) – A weekly music party for toddlers & pre-schoolers to ROCK OUT with parents and care-givers!
  • Summer in the Park (Sat 4 Feb – Sun 5 Mar) – Boroondara Arts’ Summer in the Park series of free outdoor events across February and March. Burgers, sweet treats and coffee are available.
  • Let’s Dance: Bollywood (Sat 4 Feb – Sat 1 Apr) – These classes are a great way to get kids moving and a chance for them to engage with dance from different cultural traditions.
  • Mural Making with Baby Guerilla (Sat 4 Feb – Sat 1 Apr) – Learn how to design and create a public mural with street artist Baby Guerrilla.
  • Toddler Clay Club (Sat 4 Feb – Sat 1 Apr) – In this class, Artist Kari Lee McInneny-McRae shares simple clay-making skills for both bubs and their carers.
  • High Tea at the Chocolaterie (Sat 4 Feb – Sun 5 Feb) – Be charmed by the European Head Chocolatier and Head Pastry Chef as they share a delightful selection of decadent, petite pastries, scones, ribbon sandwiches and other delights
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  • Glen Waverly Lunar New Year and Lantern Festival (Sun 5 Feb) – Celebrate the year of the rabbit with traditions, rituals and ceremonies to bring in luck, success and good fortune.
  • Ice Cream Festival Yarra Valley Chocolaterie (Wed 8 Feb – Sun 19 Feb) – Ice cream lovers will indulge in a suite of different artisan flavours hand-crafted by a team of talented Chocolatiers. New flavours will be introduced each day of the Festival for you to try.
  • Creative Kids: Toddler Mornings (Wed 8 Feb) – Bring the kids to enjoy different free craft activities every month. Includes free coffee for parents and carers who attend.
  • Erica Wagner: Hope is the Thing (Thu 9 Feb – Mon 20 Feb) – Australian artist Erica Wagner presents her original collage artwork from the children's book Hope is the Thing, by Johanna Bell.
  • Moonlight Movie Night (Fri 17 Feb) – Tote your bean bag, your picnic blanket or your low-rider chairs and settle in for some open-air cinema
  • Summer Jazz (Sun 19 Feb) – Come along and enjoy a relaxing Sunday afternoon on the terraced lawn under the beautiful large Elm with breathtaking views of the Warburton Ranges while you sit back and listen to Chris and his band.
  • Junior Chocolatier Class (Sat 25 Feb) – Children can learn from Chocolatiers how to make their very own yummy creations. Read my review.
  • Eltham Jazz, Food & Wine Festival (Sat 25 Feb) – Soak up the live music, explore a delicious selection of local food and drinks, and join in the free activities such as a jumping castle and face painting!
  • Draughthorse & YesterYear Festival (Sat 25 Feb – Sun 28 Feb) – A fun day with working displays including: Draught Horses ploughing the fields, Vintage Machinery powering working displays, Blacksmiths firing up the forges to make implements, & more.
  • Taste and create rocky road workshop (Sun 26 Feb) – Discover the taste of the 12 most popular chocolates from Yarra Valley Chocolaterie's specialty ranges, then craft your very own Rocky Road.
  • Busy Bodies (Mondays until 2 Apr) – Join in each Monday during the school term from 10 am – 1 pm to play, learn, cook and so much more during these FREE activity sessions for preschool-aged children outside Micheli on Level 4.
  • Blue Lotus Water Garden (Until Mon 10 Apr) – explore gardens with lakes, ponds and lagoons and fairy garden. Blue Lotus Water Garden Review
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What's on in Melbourne West

  • Toddler Jam Footscray Arts Centre (Thu 2 Feb – Thu 6 Apr) – Each class involves a mixture of percussion, singing, dancing, story-time and mindfulness.
  • Multicultural and Lunar Festival (Sat 4 Feb) – Enjoy live Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, African and Polynesian cultural performances, Market stalls, Food trucks, Amusement rides and more!
  • Park Lounge Werribee (Sat 4 Feb) – music, performance, and dance to entertain you as the great Western sunset descends, revealing a rainbow like no other!
  • Dome Under Film Festival (Sat 4 Feb – Sun 5 Feb) – The Melbourne Planetarium is pleased to present the Dome Under Film Festival, the only full-dome film festival in Australia.
  • Ice Cream Festival at Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie (Wed 8 Feb – Sun 19 Feb) – Chill out at the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery to celebrate the end of summer with their annual ICE CREAM FESTIVAL running. Read my review of their Junior Chocolatier Class.
  • Mini and Me (Thu 9 Feb, Sun 12 Feb, Wed 22 Feb) – Make memories for you and your little ones with a range of monthly fun and educational activities for children under 5.
  • Meet me in Tarneit Twilight Market (Fri 17 Feb) – Browse the stalls, catch a performance, enjoy some kids activities and grab a bite to eat it’s the perfect way to spend a Friday evening this Summer.
  • Laverton Festival (Sun 19 Feb) – Enjoy free entertainment, market stalls, $15 ride all-day kids fun package and food trucks.
  • Summer in the Valley Family Fun Day (Sat 11 Feb) – enjoy free interactive performances, face painting, roving entertainment and local musicians.
  • Sunshine Lunar New Year Festival (Sun 12 Feb) – free event to celebrate the start of the new Lunar New year. Be entertained by the live Dragon dance, children’s rides, street performers and more.
  • Baroque Horse Festival (Sat 18 Feb – Sun 19 Feb) – See Andalusians, Lusitanos, & many more in action! See spectacular performances and displays, the iconic Grand Parade & get close to these beautiful creatures. Entertainment and activities for the whole family!
  • Junior Chefs (Sat 18 Feb – Sun 19 Feb) – Calling all budding chefs! Join in each month to learn, make and taste a new delicious recipe!
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  • National Raspberry Drop Day (Wed 22 Feb) – Celebrate the most delicious day of the year by visiting Brown's Confectionery Factory at Sovereign Hill.
  • Tate and Create Rocky Road Workshop (Sat 25 Feb) – Discover the taste of 12 of the most popular chocolates from their specialty ranges, then craft your very own Rocky Road creation choosing from over 50 exotic ingredients.
  • A Day in India (Sat 25 Feb) – Join in the fun and enjoy an abundance of Indian food, entertainment and shopping!
  • AVALON 2023 (Tue 28 Feb – Sat 5 Mar) – see hundreds of military and civilian planes at the Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition
  • Little Kids’ Week In – Tiny Tinkerers (Until Fri 3 Feb) – At this early-years takeover of Scienceworks, your kids will create a cardboard city in a collaborative construction, build a pillow fort in the tinker space, learn coding through dance in Robo Boogie, and more!
  • Baby Sensory (Until Fri 3 Feb) – support your baby's physical, cognitive, social and emotional development with these activities.
  • Midsumma Westside (Until 12 Feb) – Australia's premier queer arts and cultural festival with events in the west.
  • Eynesbury Heritage Trail Junior Parkrun (Sundays until 26 Feb) – Junior Parkrun is the name, but you don’t have to run or be a runner to get involved in this free weekly 2km event that is open to 4 to 14-year-olds.
  • Food Truck Festival (Until Sat 25 Mar) – The Food Truck Festival returns, bringing an array of local and international cuisines to Eynesbury.
  • Sunset Safari Werribee Open Range Zoo (Saturdays until Sat 25 Mar) – live music, African-inspired food, dancing, drumming and sunset safari tour. Sunset Safari Werribee Zoo review
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  • Musical Minds Workshop (Mondays Until 3 April) – learn the fundamentals of music together in a fun & educational environment. Sing songs, play various instruments, move to music & learn how actions & Auslan can help in song memory retention & learning.
  • Geelong Jazz Soirees Summer Series (Saturdays in February) – set up a picnic and relax as you listen to performances from some of Victoria’s finest musicians and ensembles.
  • Yarraville Village Farmers Market (3rd Saturday of Each Month) – enjoy a wonderful, relaxed community environment and sample the freshest products direct from the farmers and producers as you shop in the open.
  • Bulla Railway (3rd Sunday of each month) – Ride the dinosaur trail on the miniature railway. Bulla Railway Review.
  • Altona Miniature Railway (3rd Sunday of the month) – between 10 am and 3 pm, ride this wonderful Miniature Railway. Altona Miniature Railway review.
  • Grazeland (Fridays – Sundays) – huge dining precinct with city views and 50 stalls to choose from. Read the Grazeland Review
  • Essendon Traffic School (Saturdays) – Essendon Traffic School is a mini road set up for kids aged two to ten years, complete with road signs, railway bells and traffic lights. Essendon Traffic School review.
  • Rampfest (Saturdays – Sundays) – Camps are suitable for skateboarders, scooters & BMX riders aged from 7-14.
  • Sunday Funday Station Hotel (Sundays) – Every Sunday, The Station Hotel prepares an animal farm and other entertaining activities to keep the little ones busy while you sit back and relax. Station Hotel Review
  • Illuminate (Daily) – a brand new exhibition exploring the science behind the fastest traveller in the universe – light. Ignite the senses and learn through hands-on interactive play. What is light, what can we do with it, and how do we see?

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