Top 5 Must Do in March
#1 Midweek Dinner with Friends in Melbourne
From 7 March, 25% of your dining bill could be paid by City of Melbourne. Yes, Midweek Melbourne Money is back! Spend between $40 and $500 in Melbourne’s cafes, restaurants and bars between Monday and Thursday, keep the receipts and submit a claim online is very easy and quick. It’s time to call for a Mid-week dinner with friends to enjoy the “Midweek Melbourne Money”.
#2 Visit the Couch and join the Couch Conversations Wednesday Night
The Couch International Student Centre is one of the City of Melbourne initiatives to support the return of international students. If you haven’t been there, it is a cool event to go to meet everyone, talk about love, scams and everything in between! 6-8.30pm on 9th March join the Australian Indian writer Nandita Chakraborty at the Couch Conversation at 69 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000. Food will be provided.
#3 An end of summer beach day
Packing up beach towels, swimsuits, the coolest sunnies, colorful umbrella and boom box for an end of summer beach day will have you excited and sad at the same time. The summer hot sun is going to fade, making the beach more enjoyable actually. Doing vinyasa yoga with ocean breeze, having a game of beach volleyball at albert park beach court, or takeaway a fish & chips from Pipi’s Kiosk and walking down Kerferd Rd Pier to check who is the lucky guy to get big catch. You will have a lot of fun before gearing up for fall.
#4 Go to Moomba Festival
I know you already know, but we have to list here, because it is so iconic and it comes back with full program of attractions and entertainment, including Moomba Parade, Birdman Rally and Moomba Masters water sports competition. Yup. No restriction no capacity limit. It is Australia’s largest free community festival. After two years of hiatus, this event will let you experience culture diversity and vibrant city.
#5 Moonlight movie at Royal Botanic Garden till 27 March
Another outdoor activity for you to seize the end of summer. Australia’s favorite outdoor cinema, the Moonlight Cinema at Royal Botanic Garden. Check out the program, bring the nostalgia of picnics and popcorn. Last chance as it finishes up end of March, otherwise you may have to wait for 8 months for the next one.
Have a fun! See you in April!