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.
Make your way inside and head to the NGV’s Great Hall and awe at it's magnificent stained-glass ceiling splendour projecting colourful rays of light down on the large space below.
NGV's Great Hall
From here you can head outside and enjoy the senenity of the gallery's garden space. BYO picnic and let the children explore. The ever-changing sculptures and exhibits mean there's always something new to see.
Back inside NGV International and there are many floors to discover, although the main attractions for children are usually on the ground level such as NGV Kids; a commissioned space with changing exhibits every season.
Entry to NGV International & NGV Australia is free, although touring exhibitions within both galleries may incur an extra fee. Previous touring art exhibits have seen the artworks of Andy Warhol, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dior and David Hockney grace the walls of Melbourne's much-loved gallery.
Where: NGV International, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
NGV Australia aka Ian Potter Centre, Federation Square, Melbourne
When: Open daily 10am - 5pm
Bambini Early Learning Centres are set to host the Bayside Treasure Hunt and Open Day on Saturday 8th December. Families can get their thinking caps on and look for clues around any of the Bayside centres, with the chance to win a $1000 JB Hi-Fi voucher, just in time for Christmas!