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As well as
the specific events, markets, exhibitions and attractions listed below
for this particular Thursday, you may also be interested in our general
suggestions for 20 Things To
Do in Melbourne on a Thursday.
Baz Luhrmann’s film comes to life on stage, remixed in a new musical mash-up extravaganza. A theatrical celebration of truth, beauty, freedom and - above all - love.
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11am, Monday to Saturday
1pm to 1.30pm, every Thursday
St Michael's Church,
120 Collins Street, Melbourne
As well as
the specific markets listed below
for this particular Thursday, you may also be interested in the White Hat
all Thursday Markets.
Victoria's premier market and major tourist attraction with fresh produce and
general goods. More information at
Queen Victoria Market.
The South Melbourne Night Market continues to grow each year with even
more road lanes blocked to help the party atmosphere. There is an emphasis
on food, free music (with 2 stages) and a variety of stalls. White
Hat suggests that those interested in checking out young, local
independent clothing designers will find plenty to interest them. Full
details, along with band details, can be found at
South Melbourne Night Market >>
A general indoor market with long-term stall and shop holders with
butchers, a fishmonger, poultry, delis, dry goods, fruit and vegetables and
some variety and clothing stores. 6am to 6pm Monday to Saturdays (Fridays
open till 7pm). On Sundays only the fruit and veg section is open (enter
from rear) from 7am to 6pm.
As well as the attractions listed below as open on this day, you may also be interested in
the White Hat Guide to
Places of Interest in Brisbane.
A gaol built in the early days of European settlement and the site of
over 100 hangings including that of the bushranger
Ned Kelly. more information
Melbourne Gaol >>
artists' house museum - the former home and artists' studio of sculptor Karl
Duldig (1902-1986) and his wife - artist and inventor Slawa Duldig née
Horowitz (c1902-1975). Both artists fled the Nazis and ended up making a
significant contribution to Australian life. You can read more about their
remarkable background and the studio at
Duldig Studio >>
The Ian Potter Museum of Art at Melbourne University is a short tram ride from
the city and a short walk from
Lygon Street Carlton. Entry is free but from time to time there are special
exhibitions in part of the gallery which may entail an entry charge. Exhibited
works are chosen from teh art clocction of the Unversity of Melbourne - the
largest university art collection in Australia.
More info >>
Covering Victoria's immigration history from the early 1800s to the present day. More information on the Immigration Museum
As well as the events listed below as open on this day, you may also be interested in
the White Hat Guide to
Forest Glade Gardens is one of Australia's finest private gardens. It is
short trip from Melbourne and is open to the public from September to May. It
features large exotic trees, a
bonsai house, a woodland section, a
fern gully a blue bell patch and
an impressive daffodil
lawn during spring; a topiary
garden, two aviaries, a laburnum arch, a
peony walk highlighted with
climbing roses, as well as numerous pergolas, ponds, fountains and statues. A
small entry fee applies (children free)
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