http://www.thehungrypeacock.com.au/the-busy-peacock/ 16 Mornington – Tyabb Road (Off Peacock Rd), Tyabb, VIC If you’re a parent on the Mornington Peninsula chances are you’ve heard of this little gem; The Hungry Peacock. It is an exceptionally kid friendly café that is unlike any place myself and Missy Moo have been together. We love it, and go often. It…… Continue reading The Hungry Peacock
https://museumvictoria.com.au/melbournemuseum/ 11 Nicholson street, Carlton, VIC The Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery has only recently opened up at the Melbourne Museum and I have been dying to check it out. It’s open everyday and the new exhibit is permanent, so no need to rush through the doors to see it….it’s not going anywhere. You start by…… Continue reading Melbourne Museum – Children’s Gallery
When you start having kids your phone just starts filling with photos, or at least mine did. Selfies, videos, screenshots and of course photos of my daughter. When you start adventuring out and about (#anydayadventures), watch that volume of photos go through the roof. The thing is, I love taking photos and showing them off, beyond…… Continue reading A million photos on your phone? Feeling overwhelmed? Read on
If you haven't visited McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery before, definitely add it on to your "to visit" list. Free, mostly flat and fantastic for children and adults of all ages, this is a great location for a day out with the family.
https://www.facebook.com/paintapotnarrewarren 4/1 Vesper Dr, Narre Warren VIC 3805 We discovered Paint a Pot back when Missy Moo was only 8 months old, and since then it’s a place we both love to go. It’s run by a mother-daughter team (with a few other staff to help too), and every time we go I feel so…… Continue reading Paint a Pot in Narre Warren
http://www.shakespeareaustralia.com.au/the-wind-in-the-willows.html Birdwood Ave, South Yarra VIC 3141 If you grew up in Melbourne, chances are you might have seen The Wind in the Willows as a kid. Running for 30 years (the longest running theatre production in Australia), this pantomime from the Australian Shakespeare Company was a really fun little outing. I took Missy Moo (almost…… Continue reading The Wind in the Willows
https://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/visit-cranbourne 1000 Ballarto Rd, Cranbourne VIC 3977 The City of Casey is one of the fastest growing areas within the outer suburbs of Melbourne, and with that comes more playgrounds, more community events and plenty of opportunities for adventure. Even if you’re not local, the events they host are usually excellent and worth a bit…… Continue reading Family Fun Day at Cranbourne Botanic Gardens