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Five fun things to do near the Embassy Melbourne school
- Do as the locals do, and enjoy a picnic in the nearby Flagstaff Gardens - but make sure you do not disturb the possums! There are sculptures and art pieces in the garden, and you can book tennis, netball or handball courts.
- Stroll through Queen Victoria Market, the largest outdoor market in the Southern hemisphere. Buy fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood, or clothes, jewelery, etc..
- Experience the most unusual night of your life at Melbourne Zoo 'Roar and Snore' event. You stay overnight in tents, and get to see the nocturnal creatures That live in the zoo.
- Spend a day, or more, in the Melbourne Museum, the largest in Australia. It contains an IMAX theater, and is surrounded by the beautiful Carlton Gardens.
- Watch a game of Australia's beloved sport, cricket, at the nearby Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Melbourne Events:January: The Australian Open The world famous tennis championship is held at Melbourne Park.
Big Day Out A one-day open air festival showcasing World Music.
February: Chinese New Year Melbourne has a big Chinese-speaking population and this annual festival features a parade, singing, dancing and a lot more.
St Kilda Festival A week-long festival of arts, music and indigenous cultures, held in the local beachside of St Kilda.
March: Moomba Waterfest A four-day event, with activities like outdoor cinemas, giant sand sculptures, Dragon Boat Races, the loopy 'Birdman Rally' and a huge fireworks display.
March: Thai Food and Culture Festival If you love Thai food, this is the time of year to visit Melbourne! Sample the cuisine while enjoying dance displays and a fashion show.
March to April: Melbourne International Comedy Festival A great excuse to laugh every night, as some of the world's best comedians go on show.
July: Melbourne Design Festival Ten days of events celebrating, and promoting, the disciplines of Design.
October: Melbourne International Arts Festival A festival Which offers world-class theater, dance, music and arts in abundance over three packed weeks.
November: This Melbourne Cup horse race Occurs on 'Australia's most famous Tuesday', and it's a big event even if you have no interest in the sport. The Accompanying carnival and party is fun for all.
That's Melbourne Provides extensive information on events, venues and attractions, and Reveals 'what's hot in the city' today.
The Melbourne Cricket Ground With capacity of 100, 000, this is the perfect place to see Aussie Rules matches, concerts and cricket fixtures.
St Kilda Festival Australia's largest arts, community and music festival takes place in the local beachside of St Kilda.
Melbourne Observation Deck The Southern Hemisphere's tallest office structure - features general information, a gallery and tower facts in Inglese, Japanese and Chinese.
Queen Victoria Market Find out what events are planned, or just access factual information about the market.
Melbourne Zoo One website covers the three major Melbourne Zoos. Plan your trip and meet some of the animals.
Melbourne Museum This world-class museum hosts a variety of events as well as changing its permanent collections.
Melbourne International Arts Festival Pick from the huge variety of events to plan your activities chosen in advance.
Melbourne Cup All you need to know about this archetypal Melbourne event, including its history and a photo gallery.
Harden's Party, Event and Conference Guide: Over 1,000 Venues and Services for Every Kind of Event - Corporate and Social (Harden's London Party Guide)
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