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2018 Halloween line up

Port Phillip's scariest Halloween events are sure to give you the chills
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Albert Park

Only three kilometres from the heart of the city, Albert Park is popular for a range of activities like dog walking, jogging, cycling, sailing and rowing.

Best places to picnic in Port Phillip

Melbourne has its fair share of grey, rainy days, so when the sun shines it’s time to pack the picnic blanket and head outdoors. Finding things to do in Port Phillip is easy with picnic options like these! So grab the kids, some sandwiches, and give one of these spots a go.

ElliptiGO Experiences

Get outdoors and have some Fun! ElliptiGO Experiences invites you to come and have a go on a guided stand up elliptical bike ride along Melbourne’s most scenic bike paths.
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Gasworks Arts Park

Gasworks Arts Park is a not for profit community arts facility located in Albert Park, that presents an annual program of events. This includes drama productions, workshops, farmers markets, events and visual art exhibitions.
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30/11/2019 12:00:00 AM

30 Nov 2019

Land Rover Polo in the City

Land RoverPolo in the City is an annual polo series held throughout the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth. It is a rare opportunity to witness some of Australia's best professional polo talent.

Most instagrammable spots in Port Phillip: #exploreportphillip

Whether you’re visiting Port Phillip or you’re a local looking for things to do, hitting up the most instagrammable spots in the area is never a let down.

Pineapple Palm

Pineapple Palm is Albert Park’s newest café opened December 2018, directly across from Sth Melbourne beach and Plum Garland Playground.

St Vincent Gardens

The spectacular St Vincent Gardens is of national significance for its English style design around surrounding crescents. Designed by Clement Hodgkinson in 1868 the garden reflects the Georgian era.
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30/03/2019 12:00:00 AM

30 Mar 2019

Summer Salty's at Power House

Salty Sessions is proudly collaborating with Melbourne's Lord Somers Camp and Power House to bring you a pop-up summer event of great tunes and refreshing drinks.