What’s on the Mornington Peninsula – October
Spring is that time of the year where we can leave our winter blues behind and get ready for another great and hopefully hot summer. Here are some of the activities on the Mornington Peninsula this month that we though we’d share with you.
Searoad Ferries 30th year anniversary
The guys at Searoad Ferries have been crossing the bay for 30 years and are going to celebrate it big time this Saturday 21 Oct at Queenscliff terminal.
If you’re over 30 you probably remeber what it was like to go over to the other side of the bay before the ferry came about… a long 3 hour drive if you wanted to go to the surf coast! How annoyig is that! What you may not know is that what is now part of the Portsea, Sorrento and Queenscliff’s landscape and that we now take for granted, took years of planning and a lot of persistance from local folks at both ends of the bay. Luckily though, after many efforts and years (and permits), we finally got the ferry to connect both Peninsulas (yay!).
I guess it’s no wonder that Searoads Ferries want to make their 30 year anniversary one to remember. They will be hosting a party on the car deck which will have live music, food trucks, pop up bars and heaps of great entertainment.
The party will be used as a warm up for this year’s Queenscliff Music Festival with Bob Evans, GL, Creek and DJ Vince Peach providing the entertainment.
More info: http://www.searoad.com.au/rocktheboat/
For the love of markets
Summer is fast approaching and Craft Markets Australia has a great line up of markets around Victoria that are sure to make your weekends even more exciting!
If you’re a market lover (and like, who isn’t?), then add these to you calendar because you will not forgive yourself you if you miss any of these.
Sorrento Makers Market: The last of the 4 Sorrento Makers Markets for 2017 is going to take place this Sat 22 Oct in the heart of Sorrento main street. This European boutique market experience will see the street sprinkled with handpicked original artisans, gourmet producers and makers.
When: 22 October / Where: Sorrento main street / Time: 10.00 am to 3.00 pm
Save the date:
Sorrento Makers Market: Sunday 22nd October, Ocean Beach Road, 10am until 3pm
Red Hill Community Market: Saturday 4th November (Cup Weekend), Red Hill Recreation Reserve, 8am to 1pm
Mornington Racecourse Market: Sunday 12th November, 9am until 2pm
Mornington Racecourse Twilight Market: Saturday 18th November (3pm until 8pm)
Point Nepean Portsea Market: Sunday 26th November, at the Quarantine Station from 9am until 2pm
Red Hill Community Market: Saturday 2nd December, Red Hill Recreation Reserve, 8am to 1pm
Mornington Racecourse Market: Sunday 10th December from 9am until 2pm
Mornington Racecourse Twilight Market: Saturday 16th December from 3pm until 8pm
Halloween weekend at the Big Goose
It’s that time of the year when kids and adults (let’s face it), get ready for some halloween celebrations. If you or your kids are a bit of a halloween enthusiast, then dress up in your favourite costume and head to the Big Goose this 28 and 29 October.
There will be trick or treat treasure hunts, fashion shows with prizes for the best costume and many more games and activities throughout the day.
You can purchase a family ticket for 2 adults and 2 kids for $66.
For more info email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CarnEvil Dromana Drive in
Movies and Halloween, what a perfect combo!
The guys at Dromana Drive in are planning a few nights full of films an entertainment for those who love the spirit of halloween.
They have an incredibly creepy film line up, clowns and freaks, Madame Phobia readings, best dressed costume competitions, and much more.
Some of the films include the family friendly film ‘Son of Big Foot’ and the very scary pre-release of JIGSAW.
To book your tickets head over to http://www.dromanadrivein.com.au/Halloween2017.html
We’d love to hear from you
If you know of any cool events happening on the Mornington Peninsula please let us know! We’re always on the look out for great activities on the Morn Pen.