Mornington Peninsula What's On | April 20, 2018
With a short week next week for most, this weekend (and early next week) is shaping up to be a great one along the Mornington Peninsula!
Heritage Festival at Coolart Homestead | Tuesday 24th April - 10.30 am - 11.30 am & 2pm - 3pm
Part of the National Trust Heritage Festival. Join an experienced guide for an informative walk and talk around the heritage buildings and lovely garden at Coolart Homestead. Hear stories about the early pioneers of the Mornington Peninsula. Bring along a picnic to enjoy in the grounds.
Frankston Sand Sculpting | 10.00 am to 6.00 pm ends 25th April 2018
Sand Sculpting Australia returns with Aladdin & The Arabian Tales at Frankston's Waterfront this summer. Explore the magical stories of the 1001 Arabian Nights, made completely from sand.
This exotic theme will feature sculptures of Aladdin and Princess Jasmine with the Genie, Sinbad the Sailor with mystical monsters plus Ali Baba and the cave of jewels. Alongside the sand sculptures will be a range of children's activities workshops, sand art and craft, face painting and an interactive family game zone.
Aladdin & The Arabian Tales will open daily at 10am until 25 April 2018.
Bonjour Paris! @ Dromana Estate
555 Old Moorooduc Road, Dromana
22 April 2018, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Located on the stunning Mornington Peninsula, BONJOUR PARIS ! is a new Peninsula French event to be held annually. A family-friendly day, with free entry and parking, that will showcase French food, lifestyle, products and all that is French will be on offer. French live music: At 1pm amazing French singer Noria Letts, Bob Sedergreen (keyboard), Marshall Clark (Drums) and Adam Spiegel (bass) will add to the experience and provide a totally French day!
Family Fun Day @ The Briars Homestead | The Briars 450 Nepean Highway, Mt Martha | Sunday 22nd April 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Part of the National Trust Heritage Festival. Bring the whole family to experience what life was like in Victorian Mt Martha. Guided tours of the homestead, old fashioned games and dress ups available throughout the day as visitors step back in time and explore the life of the Balcombe family in the 1840's.
We'd like to thank the above organisations for putting on great local events for the community, thank you to the great people at Visit Mornington Peninsula for helping to showcase the great events that happen around us. We are in no way affiliated with any of the above businesses or events we just like to help keep our local community informed of some of the great activities on in our beautiful pocket of the world. If you have an upcoming event that you would like us to feature please let us know ---- > CONTACT US