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As restrictions start to be more relaxed, Melburnians can enjoy the weekend a bit more. However, remember to practice physical distancing and enhanced hygiene.
We are keeping you up to date! Here are the top activities you can do this weekend:
Want to be your own captain and enjoy the atmosphere of Dockland River? Goboat just reopened again! They offer electric boat hire service, which comes with a built-in wooden picnic table so you can BYO food and drink. And the best thing is: you don’t even need a boating licence or experience! All boats are easy and safe to operate.
Even though there are no tours or events taking place, you can still host a picnic with up to 10 people. Don’t forget to follow the newest safety guidance and maintain 1.5 metres distance from others.
Besides great food and cultural diversity, Melbourne is dotted with the greatest public galleries. Here are some of Melbourne’s best public art:
Inge King, 'Forward Surge' (1972-74)- Southbank
Ron Robertson-Swann, 'Vault' (1978) AKA ‘ Yellow Pencil’- Southbank
Deborah Halpern, 'Ophelia' (1992)- Southbank
Inge King, 'Rings of Saturn' (2006)- Bulleen
Take your dogs to Melbourne top dog friendly-parks and reserves, here are a few places:
Albert Park- South Melbourne
Darebin Parklands- Ivanhoe
Brighton Beach- Brighton
Princess Park- Calton North
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