Titanic Theatre Restaurant
Looking for somewhere really unique and exciting for dinner? Then do what we did and jump aboard Greatest ocean liner ever built The R.M.S TITANIC and step back in time and re-live The Titanic's Maiden Voyage.
We enjoyed dinner surrounded with a musical production as millionaires in First Class.
Full of laughs and entertainment making it an unforgettable experience for the whole family.
We went beyond Jack and Rose's romance and had an evening filled with celebration, dancing, drama, comedy and special effects. The Crew were amazing and super friendly.
The Menu is a set three course menu Alternating between two varieties, Perfectly prepared by the culinary crew. ENTREE
Arancini Ball Filled with pumpkin, sage, fetta & parmesan
Salmon Carpaccio Dazzling beetroot-cured salmon slices Atop a bed of citrus quinoa and avaocado puree Complimented with eggplant moju and sweet potato crisp
Beef fillet served with mash and seasonal vegetables
Roast Chicken Stuffed with ricotta, apple, leek & thyme served with vegetables
We had Cheese cake / Chocolate mousse
Each week the Dessert's alternates with something new
We really enjoyed the meals and so did kids, the show was great to watch and everyone got involved making it a memorable night full of non stop fun.
1 Nelson Pl, Williamstown VIC 3016
Open Saturday nights - 6:30pm til late
Child aged 5 - 15 with full Adult menu $55.00
Kids Menu $45.00
Children aged 0-4 YRS Free
(If you require food for 0-4 yrs additional cost applies)
Click HERE for Bookings as they are required to board the R.M.S Titanic.
*Titanic caters for all special dietary needs with sufficient notice. Dietary requests must be submitted 48hrs prior to arrival
Titanic Dinner Theatre
1 Nelson Place, Williamstown, Melbourne
Småland Children's Playland
IKEA Richmond has re-opened their popular children’s play area and free child minding service Småland, Just in time for the school holidays
Småland is a play area where children can feel Swedish forest atmosphere. While they are playing, you can enjoy your shopping experience knowing your children will be safe and cared for.
Who can play at Småland?
Must be between 3 and 10 years old.
Must be potty trained (No training pants or diapers).
60 minutes, free of charge
Mon - Fri: 10 am - 5 pm
Sat - Sun: 10 am – 5:30 pm
Mon - Sun: 10 am - 9 pm
Småland is licensed under the Department of Education, so all children must be enrolled before coming in to play.
Småland enrolment form
630 Victoria Street
Richmond VIC 3121
T: (03) 8523 2154
Brand New Kids gallery just opened at NGV, Designed by Dutch art collective We Make Carpets this spectacular exhibition is perfectly created for children and families in which the floors and walls of the children’s gallery have been covered in vividly colourful murals created with household objects.
Children can use objects including kitchen sponges, Velcro squares, pegs, pool noodles and coloured rope. Families are encouraged to add to the kaleidoscopic patterns by adding objects directly to the walls and floors of the gallery.
Commissioned specifically for NGV Triennial, Hands On: We Make Carpets for Kids is inspired by the creative possibilities found in everyday items. Working with the power of numbers, thousands of household objects such as foam pool noodles, nylon rope, kitchen sponges and plastic pegs are carefully arranged to create impressive displays for everyone to view and take inspiration.
Children are invited to arrange random shapes and turn the floor into a richly patterned surface; make dashes of colour with ropes to complete a new piece; and play with colour and shape using Velcro swatches. The participation of visitors over the duration of the exhibition will produce a visual treat of kaleidoscopic colour for all to enjoy.
15 DEC 17 – 15 APR 18
Further information is available from the NGV website: NGV.MELBOURNE.
180 ST KILDA ROAD, MELBOURNE
Booking is not required.
Ph +61 3 8620 2222
Yayoi Kusama - Flower room
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is one of the most famous living artists in the world. Yayoi has said that she always wanted to be an artist.
Today she lives in a hospital in Tokyo and visits her art studio every day. For more than sixty years, Yayoi has covered the surfaces of her artworks with lots of tiny dots.
This began when she was a little girl and saw red flowers from a tablecloth expand to cover every surface in the room. For most of her life, Yayoi has experienced visions of seeing the world through a screen of dots. She calls this process ‘obliteration’, which means the complete destruction of every trace of something.
Yayoi Kusama invites you to take a single red flower and find a special spot in the house to help obliterate all the surfaces in this room with flowers.
NGV International - Melbourne
UNTIL 15 APR
Open 10am–5pm daily
General entry is free
NGV INTERNATIONAL180 ST KILDA ROAD, MELBOURNE
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