With our weather finally warming up in Melbourne we have put together a list of activities in Melbourne. From the around the corner, to in the City there is something for everyone.
Our recommended activities in Melbourne
Catch a wave at URBNSURF and enjoy a meal at Three Blue Ducks Melbourne
For those that haven’t heard, URBNSURF is Australia’s first surf park and is the ultimate playground for surfers. Visitors of all abilities will enjoy perfect ocean like waves, with limited crowds.
After a great morning or afternoon of catching a wave, sit down and enjoy a bite to eat at famed institution Three Blue Ducks.
Foodies rejoice!. This winter the team behind Three Blue Ducks will open their fifth restaurant and first in Melbourne at URBNSURF. The restaurant includes indoor and alfresco dining areas with amazing views of the surfing lagoon and will be open to the public free of charge.
Where is URBNSURF: URBNSURF is located just a 5 minute drive from the Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport. It can be found at 309 Melrose Drive Tullamarine. The opening hours are 6am to 10pm in summer and 7am to 6pm in winter. It is one of the activities in Melbourne that is suitable for people of all ages!
Learn to skate at Riverslide Skate Park
Located just a short walk from Flinders Street Station, Riverslide Skate Park is Australia’s only full-time year round managed public skating facility. Riverslide is an 1800 square metre skater’s paradise. There a variety of different skating features including big boxes, big ledges and rails.
Never skated before? Not to worry as there are regular skateboarding lessons. The lessons are focused on fun and getting people active and are suitable for people of all ages.
Enjoy a Paint and Sip at Cork & Canvas
Experience a fun and creative night like no other at Cork & Canvas! Create your next masterpiece (no experience required) with friends or colleagues. Sip your beverage of choice at their South Melbourne location. Art materials are provided and all you need to do is BYO wine and the nibbles!
Enjoy a personalised tour at the National Gallery of Victoria via your own Smart Phone
Visitors to the NGV will be able to access self-guided video tours. This will be available through your very own smart phones through the NGV website.
Audiences will be guided by leading curators through the following galleries and current international exhibitions:
- Japanese Modernism
- Collecting Comme
- Collin McCahon: Letters and Numbers
- Japanese Design: Neolithic to Now