Sum­mer fun in the east

Melbourne Official Visitor Guide - - Neighbourhoods -

It’s sum­mer­time and in Boroon­dara that means there’ll be out­door cinema and live mu­sic, in some of Mel­bourne’s best gar­dens east of the city.

Sum­mer­time Cinema

Sum­mer­time Cinema is a free com­mu­nity event each De­cem­ber pre­sented by Coun­cil for all of the fam­ily to en­joy. Cult and clas­sic films are screened on three con­sec­u­tive Satur­days in De­cem­ber at parks in Boroon­dara. There’ll be pre-film en­ter­tain­ment from 8pm, with movies start­ing at sun­set — usu­ally around 9pm. En­try is free! Bring along a rug and a pic­nic din­ner or pur­chase some­thing from the food stalls on the night.

Sum­mer Mu­sic

Over three week­ends in Fe­bru­ary, the City of Boroon­dara presents the much-loved Sum­mer Mu­sic pro­gram, fea­tur­ing some of Aus­tralia’s finest mu­si­cal tal­ent. Each event takes place in a beau­ti­ful park, in a dif­fer­ent Boroon­dara lo­ca­tion.

The Sum­mer Mu­sic pro­gram is for mu­sic lovers of all ages. Whether soul, jazz, in­die pop, folk or swing is your thing, gather your friends, fam­ily and neigh­bours and spend an evening rel­ish­ing all that Sum­mer Mu­sic has to of­fer. En­try is free.

boroon­dara.vic.gov.au/ recre­ation-arts

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Sum­mer­time Cinema

Sum­mer Mu­sic Get­ting there Train: Bel­grave or Li­ly­dale Line to Auburn, Hawthorn, Cam­ber­well or Glen­fer­rie Sta­tion Tram: Num­ber 16, 48, 70, 72, 75 or 109

Sum­mer­time Cinema

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