Family Bike Rides
The Melton Cycling Club operates family bike rides along bike baths in Melton
and Caroline Springs and twice a month.
- Caroline Springs;- Every 1st Sunday of each month leaving the Civic
- Melton:- Every 3rd Sunday of each month leaving Hannah Watts Park
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Based on an original new story by J. K. Rowling, Jack
Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is
a new play by Jack Thorne. It is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series
and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage.
The critically acclaimed play has won 24 major theatre awards in the UK
and is the most-awarded production in the history of Britain’s prestigious
Olivier Awards, winning a record-breaking nine awards
including Best New Play and Best Director. The play opened on Broadway in
April 2018 to rave reviews and won 6 Tony Awards including
Best Play, 6 Outer Critics Circle Awards, 5 Drama Desk Awards and many more.
Heritage Apple Festival
Join the Diggers Club team for a weekend of heritage
festivities and celebrations.
Taste test and choose the best heritage
apples and pears, sample freshly pressed apple juice and cider, taste
and buy delicious baked apple pies and strudels.
For the green thumbs join garden tours and
learn about the history and making of this beautiful garden and pick-up
gardening tips at the free gardening workshops.
Book into an Apple
Masterclass with the heritage apple experts, Pete the Permie and David
Key and sample cider from local makers. Learn all about cider making at
Listen to live music at the Fork to Fork Café while you enjoy a menu
inspired by the autumn harvest and complimented by wine.
activities on Sunday between 11am-2pm
The Piers Festival
Festival is held at Princes Pier, Port Melbourne during Victoria’s Term
1 school holidays.
Piers Festival celebrates and reflects on the collective historical and
contemporary migration stories at its site, Princes Pier, the significant
entry point where almost half of Australia’s post World War II refugees
arrived. The Festival brings to life the pivotal role Princes Pier played
from 1915 to 1969 in Victoria’s growth and as a gateway to the diversity of
cultures that enrich our community. With 12,000 attendees in 2015, Piers
Festival has grown to become an annual fixture in Victoria’s cultural
calendar and a significant occasion to acknowledge and bring to light our
Indigenous and multicultural talent.