Winter is coming. This weekend is the last before Winter! Though the weather for this weekend makes us think it's already here, despite the forecast there's still plenty of great activities on in the local area. Here's our top picks...
Sand Sculpting Australia presents Peter Pan | Finishes 31 May @ Boneo Maze 695 Limestone Rd, Fingal
Get in touch with your inner child and spend the day in Neverland. The Peter Pan exhibition will take you on a journey told through sand. The world class sculptures will guide you along the waters edge and through to an incredible activity zone to keep you and the kids entertained all day. Take part in one of our workshops, enjoy a coffee whilst the kids play in the sand pit or take a ride on a pedal boat and see the sculptures via the stunning waterways that surround them.
Mornington Ale Train | Saturday 25 May from 5:00 to 10:00 PM @ Mornington Railway, 460 Moorooduc Highway off Two bays Road, Mt. Eliza
Mornington Railway in collaboration with our friends at Dainton Brewery, have come together for another running of the hugely popular Ale Train. Unique experience designed for you to relax and enjoy some wonderful locally brewed beers. Aboard Mornington Railway's 100 year old carriages, pulled by a 75+ year old Heritage steam train. STRICTLY 18+ Event ONLY.
More details: https://morningtonrailway.org.au
The Briars Craft and Produce Market | Sunday 26 May from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM @ The Briars 450 Nepean Highway, Mount Martha
The Briars Craft and Produce Market will be a fantastic day out for friends and family to enjoy a quality home-made home grown market. Here you will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful grounds, wildlife, walking trails and boardwalks found in the picturesque nature reserve of the historic Briars in Mount Martha. Purchase the freshest produce from across the region and engage with our talented stallholders who love their arts craft.
Oscar Jiminez live at Peninsula Hot Springs | Saturday 25 May 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM @ Peninsula Hot Springs 30 Springs Lane, Fingal
Witness our purpose-built Bath House Amphitheatre stage come to life with live music from Oscar Jiminez. Bath House guests can enjoy the performance from the luxury and comfort of a geothermal pool.
Oscars solo career began with original songs that were inspired by memories of his family and cultural traditions.This first collection encompasses a mixture of South American rhythmic roots with a unique sound by combining instruments such as Peruvian cajon, Mexican harp, bluesy slide guitars and even Didgeridoo as in one of his latest tracks.