Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria’s hugely popular, free cubby building event, Botanica is returning to Melbourne Gardens this summer, along with a host of new activities for families.
Everyone is welcome to visit; all backgrounds, religions and cultures.
Having visited the Jewish Museum of Australia to see the "pop-up" Amy Winehouse exhibition (which has come to an end now), I found the rest of the museum to be more than insightful in its own right.
If you know nothing about the Jewish religion, you will certainly leave this museum knowing more. Customs, traditions, beliefs are covered, along with an interesting timeline set into the floor going way back to a time before the birth of Jesus.
The museum explores the Jewish migration to Australia through to the modern day happenings in Jewish culture.
Kiddiehood.com is a refreshing parent-to-parent marketplace with a difference! This FREE platform has been specially designed to remove many of these issues, which makes it a whole lot easier for parents to buy & sell their pre-loved kids things.
Things For Kids is a fantastic resource to help parents and carers find activities for children ages 0 -10 years of age, including play centres, kid-friendly cafes, childcare centres, local points of interest, parks, playgrounds and classes.
Do you want to learn how to knit? Or have recently started and would like to meet some new friends to share your creativity with, all while having a good chat? Melbourne Knitting Club has classes starting in January 2019.