HOP TO THE DECK THIS EASTER FOR THE BEST views of melbourne
For a great family day out these Easter school holidays, visit Eureka Skydeck to enjoy amazing views of Melbourne and the world’s only Edge Experience.
Eureka Skydeck will have a Kids Zone filled with drawing activities, including Bunny-ear making and Easter compilation to go into the chance to win an iPod.
For your chance to win great prizes including an iPOD, count the number of bunnies hidden around the Skydeck or discover Eureka Tower and Melbourne facts on the scratchy quiz.
The fun doesn't end there After taking the fastest lift in the Southern Hemisphere to level 88, kids and families can identify the sounds of Melbourne at the Sights and Sounds experience, using landmark viewfinders and informative LED floor and wall displays.
Stepping outside the air lock onto the Terrace, you’ll witness the world famous Edge Experience as it projects itself from the side of the Tower almost 300 meters above the ground.
Families can enjoy a birds eye view of the iconic MCG , Port Phillip Bay, Albert Park Lake and out as far as the Dandenong Ranges and will find fascinating facts along the way.
School Holiday activities
Eureka Skydeck 88
6 - 22 April
Adult $22 / Child $15 / Family $59
FREE Easter-themed activities included in entry fee.
Online savings if you BOOK ONLINE.
Eureka Skydeck 88
7 Riverside Quay, Southbank, Victoria, Australia, 3006.
MELBOURNE'S pink lake
Its that time of the year again the inst-famous salt lake in Westgate Park, in Port Melbourne below the Westgate Bridge, has turned bright pink again due to a perfect mix of high temperatures, sunlight and low rainfall.
The natural phenomenon in response to very high salt levels, high temperatures, sunlight and lack of rainfall. Algae growing in the salt crust at the bottom of the lake produces the red pigment (beta carotene) as part of its photosynthesis process and in response to the extremely high salt levels.
The Park is located in Fishermans Bend, Melbourne at the city end of the Westgate Freeway. It is close to the exit ramps near the bridge or along Lorimer Street from the city. The main entry is off Todd Road, just north of the bridge, others at end Lorimer Street (on street parking usually available) and end Wharf Road.
While its a great spot to take photos It is strongly recommend you don’t come into contact with the water. The lake is expected to return to its normal colour towards winter, when the weather cools and rainfall increases.
Todd Road, Port Melbourne, Victoria, 3207
Find out more about Westgate Park http://bit.ly/2mv8ouc
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