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Atlantic Group [V]
Docklands
Atlantic Group [V]'s four event venues (Peninsula, MAI
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Carinda House Community Cultural Centre
Warialda
One of the oldest buildings in town, Carinda is a fine example of a 19th century pioneer family dwelling.
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Carlton & United Brewery
Abbotsford
The Carlton & United Brewery, home of Fosters, Carlton Draught, VB and more, is Australia's oldest and largest brewery, and holds an iconic place in Australian history.
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Charlie's Bar
Melbourne CBD
A haven of chic, Charlie's Bar adds a touch of sophistication and class to Melbourne City's Hardware Lane precinct. Positioned between Little Bourke and Lonsdale Streets, Hardware Lane is a bustling cobbled laneway with a European feel and a charm all of its own.
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Luna Park Melbourne
St Kilda
Melbourne's Premier Destination for Fun!
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National Theatre
St Kilda South
Built in 1920 as the Victory Theatre (a cinema), the National Theatre was converted into a live performance venue in 1972-74. It functions today as a community arts centre for over 70 groups including musical comedy performances, dance companies, multi-cultural events and school groups. Annual Festivals are held by groups as diverse as the Latvian Community, Surfing Films and the St Kilda Writers' Festival. Commercial events recently have included Janis Ian, Henry Rollins, Rufus Wainwright and Edgley Productions' Swan Lake. School holidays usually feature the Reel Holidays programme - recent release films shown at very low prices (usually free to adults accompanied by children). As the events vary it is wise to check the box office on 95254611.
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Old Melbourne Gaol Crime & Justice Experience
Melbourne CBD
Step back in time and walk the road to the gallows in a 19th century prison, be arrested in a modern-day Police Station or put yourself on trial in court.
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Public Record Office Victoria
North Melbourne
Public Record Office Victoria manages and archives records created by the Victorian State Government from the 1830s to today.
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RAAF Museum
Williams raaf
The RAAF Museum is home to Australia's largest collection of memorabilia and aircraft relating to the rich history of the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force.
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Shri Shiva Vishnu Temple
Carrum Downs
Hinduism is the oldest living religion in the world. It dates back more than 6000 years when Hindu philosophies and a way of worship for Divine realisation were propounded in India. Hindu temples are usually majestic structures with ornamental spires soaring into sky at the main entrances, and elaborately decorated halls.
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