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What’s On in Melbourne – May 2022

Hello May!

If you're a Star Wars fan – May the 4th be with you! And if you're Mexican – Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Don't forget that this year Mother's Day is on Sunday 8 May. Get organised by booking a high tea in Melbourne, organising a high tea delivery, treating yourself (or someone else) to a luxurious experience for a day spa in Melbourne or taking a day trip to visit the best day spas in Victoria.

Other dates to note:

Finally, the Federal Election is Saturday 21 May. Be informed and vote for the future you want for your family, your community and your country.

And of course, support local community groups by purchasing a Democracy Sausage and Election Day Cake Stall treats after you’ve exercised your democratic rights!

Find your nearest polling booth or apply for a postal vote if you can't get to a polling place on election day.

This post is updated regularly so check back in to see what’s on in Melbourne today, this weekend as well as what’s happening for the whole month. 

FEATURED EVENT #1

Stepping into The LUME Melbourne is an epic adventure into art. Australia’s and the Southern Hemisphere’s first permanent digital gallery transforms the world’s finest art into fully immersive sensory encounters. The walls come alive as light ripples across every surface and masterpieces come to life. Curated tastes, aromas and a choreographed soundtrack add thrilling new dimensions to this 360-degree experience.

The LUME‘s current exhibition is of Van Gogh’s artworks – don’t miss it!

Book The LUME tickets.

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FEATURED EVENT #2

Alison Lester’s classic Australian story, Magic Beach, has been the centrepiece of many childhood bookshelves since it was first published in 1990 – and now comes to life on stage at Arts Centre Melbourne from Thursday 19 May to Sunday 22 May.

From the team behind The Gruffalo and The 13-Storey Treehouse, this new adaptation from multi-award winning playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer will transport audiences to a wonderful world of text, song, light, shadow and movement.

Inspired by the author’s childhood in Gippsland, Magic Beach is a celebration of the power of the imagination and the differences that make every child special.

Perfect for children aged 3 – 8 and their adults.

Book Magic Beach tickets

. Jade Fuda Alex Packard and Kate Betcher in Magic Beach Photo James D Morgan

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What's on in Melbourne CBD / Docklands

  • Melbourne International Durian & Hawker Festival (Sun 1 May) – a 2 day event showcasing premium durians from Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam.
  • Mother's Day Italian Paper Marbling Workshops (Sat 7 May) – join Pia Gava – Masterchef Contestant 2017 and Il Papiro, as we transform you into a 16th Century Artisan and learn the techniques of Marbling – the Florentine way.
  • MSO Jams for Juniors (Sat 7 May) – Children aged 0-5 and their adults can explore, play and join in at this popular 30-minute musical workshops. Pull up a cushion and explore the music of Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, led by presenter Karen Kyriakou.
  • Polite Mammals (Sat 7 May – Sun 8 May) – Award-winning kids' comedy group The Wholesome Hour have made a brand new show and it's all about animals of all kinds: stinky, sparkly, real and imaginary.
  • Real Pigeons Duck Trouble: Live Mystery (Sat 7 May) – an interactive storytelling event where kids will help author Andrew McDonald and illustrator Ben Wood, solve a real live mystery!
  • South Asian Festival (Sat 7 May) – celebrate the New Year of South Asian countries in this free event filled with colourful displays of their rich and vibrant culture!
  • narrm ngarrgu | Melbourne Knowledge Week (Mon 9 May – Sun 15 May) – Program of events, workshops and performances celebrates our Melbourne’s rich heritage and potential for innovation.
  • Storytime at the Library (Mon 9 May) – Children and families will be able to join their favourite Library storytellers at the Pauline Gandel Children's Quarter every Monday at 10.30am
  • QV Melbourne Open Arcade (Mon 9 May – Thu 12 May, Fri 13 May – Sat 14 May, & Sun 15 May) – enjoy the high-tech fun of futuristic outdoor play inside this amazing game zone that's suitable for players of all ages and abilities.
  • Playdate at the Library: growing strong with Little Warriors Yoga (Wed 11 May) – resident host Little Warriors Yoga will teach your little ones calmness and bravery through the art of yoga poses and micro-stretches.
  • Wood Wide Web (Thu 12 May – Sat 14 May) – Bring your kids to Join in this intimate experience where they will explore the world beneath their feet through movement, sound and light.
  • Larry Leadbeater: Fairy Possum, Friend and Muse (Thu 12 May – Thu 19 May) – See an exhibit of the illustrations from Larry Leadbeater by creator Jo Watson.
  • Art After Dark (Fri 13 May – Sat 14 May) – In an exciting program spread over two nights, attendees are allowed rare and intimate access to evening art events as doors open after dark at ACMI, Art Centre Melbourne, Fed Square, Melbourne Museum, NGV Australia, NGV International and State Library of Victoria.
  • Georgina Humphries art and storytelling workshop (Sat 14 May) – Kids will get hands on to transform single-use household items into new, useful objects using Georgina’s bright and kaleidoscopic style.
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  • Buddha’s Day and Multicultural Festival (Sun 15 May) – Enjoy a vegetarian feast from the many regions of Asia, Dharma talks, meditation, tea ceremony, multi-faith concerts, traditional arts and crafts, Tai Chi and more.
  • Soul Sundays (Sun 15 May) – Professional tarot readers, astrologers, palmists, reiki and assorted healers all gathered in one place. Stop by to boost your well-being and soul.
  • Magic Beach Arts Centre Melbourne (Thu 19 May – Sun 22 May) – Alison Lester AM’s classic book comes to life on stage in a wonderful world of text, song, light, shadow and movement for children aged 3 – 8 and their adults.
  • MSO Classic Kids Carnival of the Animals (Sat 21 May) – The humorous depiction of animals in Saint-Saëns’ zoological fantasy are brought to life through music and puppetry live on the Hamer Hall stage; this concert will be quite the menagerie!
  • Classic Kids: Carnival of the Animals (Sat 21 May) – A work to delight and capture the
  • CRFT* WRK (Sat 21 May) – celebrate contemporary locally-made crafts under the iconic open-air sheds at Queen Victoria Market.
  • Indian Utsav Community Day (Sun 22 May) – enjoy a day of art, dance, food and music plus free activities for kids! And after, Explore the latest free exhibition Transforming Worlds: Change and Tradition in Contemporary India
  • En Pointe (Tue 24 May) – See the Australian Ballet School’s annual performance where works by talented students will be showcased in a performance that celebrates the art of ballet.
  • African Festival Melbourne (Sat 28 May – Sun 29 May) – Experience African culture through food, art, dance, plenty of kids activities, and live entertainment.
  • Peppa Pig's Aquarium Adventure (Fri 1 Apr – Fri 20 May) – Join Peppa Pig on her Aquarium Adventure at SEA LIFE Melbourne these school holidays. Visit between 1 April and 20 May to collect your free Peppa Pig activity booklet, meet Peppa and snap a “pig-ture”.
  • Pop up Library for Kids Fed Square (until Sun 29 May) – 1200 brand new books and interactive kits, and hosting a range of family-friendly activities.
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  • Van Gogh at The LUME (until Thu 30 Jun) – Australia’s and the Southern Hemisphere’s first permanent digital gallery transforms the world’s finest art into fully immersive sensory encounters. Curated tastes, aromas and a choreographed soundtrack add thrilling new dimensions to this 360-degree experience.
  • Escape the Gaol (until 30 Jun) – At Old Melbourne Gaol Kids can become inmates on a mission to hatch the perfect escape plan. Read my Old Melbourne Gaol review
  • Pond[er] NGV (until Sun 28 Aug) A beautiful architectural installation, replete with a pink pond evocative of Australia’s inland salt lakes, has been selected as the winner of the NGV’s 2021 Architecture Commission in the Grollo Equiset Garden at NGV International. NGV Pink Pond review
  • GAIA By Luke Jerram (until Sun 26 Jun) – an awe-inspiring art installation, that will allow guests to gaze upon the Earth as if from space!
  • Arts Centre Sunday Market (Sundays) – find unique, quirky and handmade items at the stalls. There’s always some yummy treats too!
  • The Story of the Moving Image (ongoing) – Journey through the past, present and future of the moving image through interactive experiences, digital innovation and captivating stories. ACMI review.
  • Shrine Kids (ongoing) – free discovery trail for children at the Shrine of Remembrance. Read my review
  • Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (ongoing) – see the award-winning production of the sequel to the Harry Potter series playing exclusively in Melbourne. Read my Harry Potter and the Cursed Child review
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  • Piccoli Artisans Italian Paper Marbling Workshop (ongoing) – Held in a Florentine paper shop, these sessions will guide your child through the techniques, colours and patterns with the use of various traditional tools whilst producing their own masterpiece to take home.
  • Mother’s Day Mamma and Child Marbling Workshop (ongoing) This Mother’s Day, accompany your Mamma on a creative Florentine journey with our Private Italian Hand Marbling Workshop at Il Papiro Melbourne. Every two adults can take two children aged between 8 – 13 years complimentary.
  • Storytime by State Library Victoria (Mondays) – Share the delight of stories, songs, and picture books with your pre-schooler Wednesdays at the Library. State Library of Victoria review
  • Queen Street Plaza (Sundays) – find a rotating line-up of delicious street food, live music and entertainment, every Sunday from 9am.
  • Shrine Kids (Daily) – The Shrine of Remembrance is the National War Memorial of Victoria and it makes for an educational (and sobering) outing for families. 
  • Melbourne Book Market (Saturdays & Sundays) – curated collection of more than 5,000 new and pre-loved titles selected and presented by 15 of Melbourne’s most experienced booksellers.
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What's on in Melbourne North / North-East

  • Book Launch: The Way of Dog (Thu 5 May) – Join in for the twilight launch of the way of Dog at the Bargoonga Nganjin community room and rooftop garden!
  • Coburg Eid Community Lunch (Sat 7 May) – partake in the Coburg Eid Community Lunch to enjoy FREE food, drink and entertainment with your local community and immerse yourself in this joyful celebration of Coburg’s culture.
  • Eltham Design Market (Sat 7 May) –  beautifully made products and art.
  • Storytime with Alison Lester Readings Kids (Sun 8 May) – author Alison Lester is doing a FREE Storytime in the bookstore. She will be reading a selection of her books, including Magic Beach from 10.30am.
  • Big Vegan Market (Sat 7 May – Sun 8 May) – Melbourne's first vegan market, the Big Vegan Market at Royal Exhibition Building!
  • Book Launch: We Run Tomorrow by Nat Amoore (sat 14 May) – Join the launch of We Run Tomorrow by Nat Amoore with art by Mike Barry in the Community Room at Bargoonga Njanjin!
  • BOOP La Mama 2022 (Sat 14 May – Sun 15 May) – Your everyday supermarket transformed into a joyous world of balance, circus and Perspex!
  • Glenroy Festival (Sun 15 May) – a free community celebration featuring live entertainment, interactive art, kids workshops and activities, community stalls, delicious food and much more.
  • Glenroy Festival (Sun 15 May) – a free community celebration featuring live entertainment, interactive art, kids workshops and activities, community stalls, delicious food and much more.
  • Yarra Grooves (Mon 16 May – Tue May 17, & Fri May 27 – Sun May 29) – a FREE series of Silent Disco Walking Tours around the City of Yarra
  • Sophie’s Kids Cave (Wed 18 May – Sun 22 May) – Join Sophie to discover where cheeky Deedee has flown off to this time through a joyous performance of original songs, movement and play!
  • Dinosaur Festival Melbourne (Fri 22 Apr – Sun 1 May) – A combination of a world-class dinosaur exhibition, dinosaur-themed activities, and various amusement rides activation for the whole family.
  • Sapling School (Sat 28 May – Sun 29 May) – An outdoor expedition where children will get to learn about Waring (Wombat) Season in the Kulin Nation’s calendar through singing, storytelling and hands-on activities
  • Open Horizons family weekend celebration (Sat 28 May – Sun 29 May) – A special event with exhibition tours, talks, Greek dancing and performances, Greek food trucks on the Museum Plaza and activities for children of all ages.
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  • Bite-Sized Science (First Saturday of the Month) – Discover our natural world and uncover the secret life of the creatures around us and their ecosystems in these monthly Bite-Sized Science sessions!
  • VU Play Coburg pop-up playspaces (Tuesdays – Saturdays) – VU early childhood pre-service teachers creates pop-up playspaces for children to play.
  • The Rose Street Artists' Market (Saturdays and Sundays) – Shop directly from Melbourne’s best artists, designers, crafters and makers at Fitzroy’s iconic Rose Street Market.
  • The Fitzroy Market (Saturdays) – one-stop hub for everything produce, food, artisan, handcrafted, vintage, second hand and local.
  • Diamond Valley Railway (Sundays) – miniature railway with a playground next door. Diamond Valley Railway Review
  • Mental (until Sat 18 Jun) – See over 20 experimental projects from local and international artists and research collaborators that reflect a range of different perspectives on mental health and ways of being.
  • Mini Mega Model Museum (ongoing) – exhibition featuring small and big things at Melbourne Museum. Mini Mega Model Museum review
Diamond Valley Railway

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

  • Bayside Autumn Fest 2022 (Sun 3 Apr – Sat 21 May) – connect with the community of Bayside as you participate and enjoy the great food, live music, and fun activities!
  • Mandylights Frankston Generator (Fri 6 May) – Journey underground the Frankston Arts Centre into the core of a sprawling subterranean generator where a mesmerising display of lighting, audio and video installations create an immersive experience that is the first of its kind.
  • South Side Festival Frankston (Fri 6 May – Sun 15 May) – It's about experiencing art, culture, heritage and food like never before.
  • Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Sat 7 May) – conducted by the renowned conductor, Alex Vengerovski, this programme takes you on a journey of imagination to faraway, rustic places, and through fairy tales and fables.
  • Guess How Much I Love You Frankston Arts Centre (Mon 9 May) – Join the enchanting adventure of Little and Big Nutbrown Hare as they discover the magic and colour of the seasons, in a dazzling new stage adaptation of the beloved Guess How Much I Love You books.
  • Guess How Much I Love You Bunjil Place (Wed 11 May) – This playful story of love and nature unfolds on stage in a show that's fun for the whole family, with beautiful puppetry, music and laughter for children aged 3 years and up. 
Bayside Autumn Festival
  • Peninsula Folk Club Bush Dance (Sun 15 May) – A good old fashioned, family oriented bush dance.
  • Piano Bar Family Friendly Afternoon Frankston (Sun 15 May) – Piano Bar pianists and vocalists will be taking all your family friendly song requests – plus a few Disney favourites – so you can dance the afternoon away!
  • Masters of Choreography Ringmaster Royal Frankston (Sat 21 May) – With a dazzling cast of performers, this show captivates with magic, dance, acro, aerial, fire, hoop, silks & more to enthrall with modern circus treats.
  • Victorian State Ballet: The Little Mermaid (Sat 21 – Sun 22 May) – A fairy tale classic re-imagined with colourful costumes, exhilarating solos and pas de deuxs from the stunning leading couple!
  • Bees at Bayside Autumn (Sat 21 May) – Explore a buzzing, humming hive of activity, as three human-sized Bees busy themselves in the creation of a community alongside children who transform into bees as they play.
  • Gembrook Market (Sun 22 May) – a country market with a sustainable living focus located only 20 minutes from the south eastern suburbs.
  • Children’s International Film Festival (CHIFF) (Sat 28 May – Thu 13 Jun) – a festival of the best new kids' films from across the world. See the Moomins, '80s classic The Secret of NIMH and a modern retelling of Cinderella, alongside tales of fallen star friends, dragons and lion cubs who need to be returned home
  • Botanica Festival 2022 (Sun 29 May) – Join in at Rippon Lea Estate for a day of botanical fun with an open-air market, informative garden tours and walks, displays, activities and more.
  • Sonica Botanica: Stories and Sounds from the Gardens (until Thu 30 Jun) – Weaving together interviews, field recordings and a musical score, this evocative listening experience responds to collectors’ passions, botanical knowledge, favourite memories, childhood impressions, historical anecdotes and cultural viewpoints
  • Seek and Find Nature Cards (Until 30 June 2022) Set your young ones on an adventure exploring nature with our Seek and Find Nature Cards to be used at Melbourne Gardens or download the cards and go exploring in your own neighbourhood.
  • In Situ (Until Jun 2022) -a series of art installations, performances, and events into public spaces in Dandenong, Noble Park and Springvale.
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  • Gumbuya Wildlife Wanderers (every Wednesday & Thursday) – Storytime, games, Nature Play-based activities plus the opportunity to meet some very special animals!
  • Bentleigh Sunday Market (Sundays) – plants, clothing, cosmetics, jewellery, books, videos, tools, antiques, crafts, pre-loved goods, and more! Every Sunday. 
  • Frankston Community Market (Sundays) – a weekly community market located in the very heart of Frankston, featuring an ever-changing variety of stalls.
  • Mornington Railway (Sundays) – Climb aboard the Mornington Railway steam train for a fun-filled outing.
  • Seeing the Invisible (Until Fri 30 Sep) – contemporary artworks created with augmented reality (AR) technology, is presented in six countries simultaneously with Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne and Cranbourne as the exclusive Australian locations.
  • Punting on the Lake (Daily) – take a serene cruise around the islands of the picturesque Ornamental Lake in Melbourne’s stunning Royal Botanic Gardens.
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  • Camberwell Sunday Market (Every Sunday) – secondhand retro, vintage, antique, fashion and collectible goods you just can't find anywhere else
  • Gasworks Farmers’ Market (Third Saturday of every month until Sun 18 Dec) – On Saturdays soak up the vibrant atmosphere and sample the very best of local Victorian produce, directly from Victorian farmers and specialty makers.
  • Gumbuya World Wildlife Wanderers (Every Wed starting Wed 2 Mar) – join in every Wednesday for a day full of fun for your little ones with a 30-minute program, which will include storytime, games and Nature Play-based activities.
  • National Steam Centre (Every Saturday and Sunday) – The museum engines are fired up and can be seen running on the last Sunday of each month except December.
  • Prahran Market Kids’ Activities (ongoing) – every market day Prahran Market offers face painting, an animal farm, kids dance classes and music – most activities are free and no bookings necessary.
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What's on in Melbourne East

  • Play Park 257 (Sun 1 May) – Drop in anytime from 11 am to 3 pm and enjoy different activities like ping pong, giant games, sporty challenges and more!
  • Fairy Snow & the Starflakes – (Sat 7 May) – Peach and Sparkles are part of the Fairy Rock band and need your help to defeat the evil Queen who bewitched the stage and Fairy Snow
  • Rocky Road Festival Yarra Valley Chocolaterie (Sun 1 May – Wed 31 May) – 31 different flavours and, a host of Rocky Road infused temptations.
  • Hawthorn Makers Market (Sun 1 May) – unique one-off gifts plus there’s delicious food and entertainment.
  • Pop up Playgroup at Bunjil Place (Wed 5 May, Wed 12 May) – City of Casey’s pop-up playgroup in the plaza with free outdoor play activities.
  • Celebrating with Mum (Fri 6 May – Sun 8 May) – This Mother's Day visit Eastland Shopping Centre's exclusive entertainment with mum and enjoy complimentary cocktails, entertainment, gift wrapping and more to spoil Mum.
  • Melbourne Tram Museum (Sat 7 May) – Visit a Melbourne icon at this quirky museum. Melbourne Tram Museum review
  • Belgrave Big Dreams Market (Sun 8 May) – discover original and bespoke design pieces, some of the yummiest and freshest produce the area has to offer, live music, bouncy castle and facepainting for the kids.
  • Kalorama Chestnut Festival (Sun 12 May) – Savour the abundant chestnuts, gourmet food, Devonshire tea, coffee, artisan beer and mulled wine.
  • Heide Makers Market (Sat 14 May) – eclectic mix of art, design and handcrafted goods.
  • Cosmic Cats (Sat 22 May) – this cute but cool crew are ready for some rock music shenanigans, guaranteed to get you up and moving.
Rocky Road Festival
Yarra Vally Railway

What's on in Melbourne West

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  • Twilight Market (Fri 13 May & Fri 27 May) – Market stalls, food, entertainment and fun for all.
  • St Albans Neon Lights (Fri 20 May – Sun 22 May) – Come and join us for fun evenings of neon light installations, live music and entertainment.
  • SloFo WeFo Farmers' Market (Sat 14 May) – We support real local Victorian farmers and artisanal producers by filling your baskets, bags, bike panniers and trolleys!
  • Mooncake Decorating Workshop Laverton (Sat 14 May) – Bring your family and friends and join exhibiting artists Phuong Ngo and Hwafern Quach to paint, sparkle and bling your own mooncake.
  • Bulla Hill Railway (Sun 15 May) – Every 3rd Sunday the ride this the dinosaur trail on the miniature railway. Read my Bulla Hill Railway Review
  • Williamstown Craft Market (Sun 15 May) – browse over 50 stalls including handmade craft, homegrown produce, food vendors & live music.
  • Little Art Big Art (Sat 15 May) – Explore creative themes aimed at inspiring child and parent led creating in these guided open-ended creative art sessions.
  • Altona Miniature Railway (Sun 15 May) – Every third Sunday of the month the Altona Miniature Railway is opened to members of the public and members take kids and adults on rides on the mini steam and diesel engines. Read my Altona Miniature Railway Review
  • EID Celebration 2022 (Fri 20 May) – Come and celebrate the end of Ramadan, learn, share and enjoy the history, the culture, the music and connect with community.
  • Sunshine Neon Lights (Fri 20 May – Sun 22 May) – Come and join us for fun evenings of neon light installations, live music and entertainment.
  • Ballarat Heritage Festival (Sat 21 May – Sun 29 May) – celebrate Ballarat’s rich heritage, iconic landmarks and vibrant community over a ten day festival!
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  • Fifty Shades of Unity (Sat 21 May) – A day party showcasing Cameroon culture and their unitary. It explores and celebrates the best of our culture from languages and clothes to food and music.
  • Robotics and coding workshop (Sun 22 May) – Discover the power of mBot robots in this fun introductory workshop that explores how simple programs can control complex machines.
  • Illuminate: How Science Comes to Light (Opens Fri 14 May) – A brand new exhibition exploring the science behind the fastest traveller in the universe – light.
  • Council launch community celebration (Thu 16 May – Fri 27 May) – join the community celebrations to launch Council+ with three big events! Participants get a free tote bag, entertainment, goof and more!
  • The Australian Ballet School (Fri 27 May) – Enjoy a spectacular showcase of works by their talented students, celebrating the art of ballet in a sublime meeting of music and dance.
  • Blacksmiths Festival (Sat 28 May – Sun 29 May) – The Blacksmiths Festival is a free biennial community event that started quietly in 2013 on the banks of the Maribyrnong River in Footscray, Australia. Since then, the event has grown to become one of the most celebrated events on the metal artist and local community calendars.
  • FCAC Toddler Jam (Thu 28 Apr – Fri 24 Jun) – getting toddlers active and learning through play, with a mixture of percussion, singing, dancing, story-time and mindfulness. 
  • Grazeland (Fridays – Sundays) – huge dining precinct with city views and 50 stalls to choose from. Read the Grazeland Review
  • Heritage Harvest Weekend (Fri 27 May – Sun 29 May) – 30 producers, makers and retailers transform Sovereign Hill into a foodie adventure to celebrate the autumn harvest, growing seasonal food and preserving it through age-old practices.
  • 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.
  • Heritage Hobsons Bay (until Mon 2 May) – Heritage Hobsons Bay invites you to learn the history behind the iconic spaces and common places of Hobsons Bay during the Australian Heritage Festival.  
  • Enterprize One Hour Day Sails (Sat 14 May – Sun 22 May) – sail from five locations in Port Phillip Bay and occasionally in other ports along the southeastern coast of Australia.
  • 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, Read my Station Hotel review
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