Unless you've been living under a rock yourselves, you would have noticed the recent rise of a hugely popular outdoor activity, which sees families hiding and then finding decorated rocks in playgrounds and public spaces all over Melbourne and beyond.
In what appears to be a nationwide movement, hiding decorated rocks encourages families to play outside and explore. Follow VIC ROCKS on Facebook to see the evidence.
Although the rise in such artistic outdoor endeavours is relatively new, Rebecca who runs the kid-friendly cafe on the Mornington Peninsula The Hungry Peacock has been decorating rocks for four years.
Join in on the NEW Art of Beer tour of Melbourne, which will cover the city's relationship with beer, its history and the best places to drink and enjoy beer.
For just $20 per child, children can choose 12 hand drawn rocks to colour in and take home to enjoy endless games with the rest of the family. Alternatively, hide in their favourite playground ready for the next child to find them!
Workshops take place at 10am and last for an hour. Afterwhich, why not enjoy a feast and a hot beverage while your children play in the cafe.
There is a My Story Rocks workshop coming up, so don't miss out. Head to the Events Page on Facebook for more information.
One of the world’s most famous stories is being brought to life this summer by Playhouse Pantomimes! Join them on a magical journey through a mystical world in their mesmerising current production of 'Alice in Wonderland.'
Dining out with the kids is not always easy, but it can be even harder trying to find family-friendly options when you are vegetarian, vegan, paleo or gluten free. If you can relate to this, make Plant Based Mum your go-to blog.