Melbourne is a bustling city with many choices for fun and entertainment. Over the Christmas holidays and summer months find many fun things to do for the whole family. Watch a classic movie under the stars, create your own virtual sea creature, take in a wonderful musical, or window shop til you drop there are activities to fit all budgets and tastes.
Moonlight Cinema, Melbourne 04 December 2014 – 29 March 2015
There is just something special about watching a movie under the stars. Kicking off the summer movie season the Moonlight Cinema in Melbourne will open on 04 December. You can view new releases as well as cult classics under the stars reclining in a bed made of beans, pack a picnic lunch, a bottle or two of wine, even your dog can accompany you to select shows. If you prefer to be pampered reserve a bean bed in our VIP section that comes complete with wait staff. Nothing beats the magic of watching a summertime movie in the great wide open.
Grease 11 December 2014 to 08 January 2015
Speaking of “Summer Nights” the musical Grease opens in Melbourne on 11 December and runs for a month. Enjoy all the classic songs, the fabulous dancing, the leather jackets, and the bobby socks. The role of Danny is played by theatre favourite Rob Mills and Gretel Scarlett has been cast in her first lead role playing Sandy. Choose your showtime and get your tickets online.
Summer Night Market 05 November 2014 – 25 March 2015
Every Wednesday night all summer long from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm the Queen Victoria Market Night Market is open including Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. A perfect place for the foodie in your group, over 60 foodie’s will showcase their best street food. In addition to fabulous eats you can also find limited edition jewelry, homewares, artworks, fashion, and accessories. Listen to emerging musicians, view beautiful works of art, and sample food from around the world. Whatever your pleasure find it Wednesday nights at the night market not to be missed.
Art Aquarium 20 December 2014 to 27 January 2015
See hundreds of stunning tropical fish and find your inspiration to create your own sea creature and see it released in the virtual aquarium at the interactive Art Aquarium exhibit supported by Crayola. Learn about how fish swim, what they eat and how they survive in the wild ocean. Find out about conservation efforts and how to do your part. Get discounted tickets to Melbourne Sea Life Aquarium online.