Live music all weekend!

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VENUE DETAILS

See all our venue locations, contact phone numbers and further links below

Assaggini

1C Albert St Mornington

(03) 5973 5791

assaggini.com.au

Beaches of Mornington

55 Barkly Street

(03) 5975 0966

beachesofmornington.com.au

Brass Razu

13 Main Street

(03) 5975 0108

facebook.com/brass.razu

Brooks Restaurant

101 Tanti Avenue

(03) 5973 9200

brooklandsofmornington.com.au

God’s Kitchen

53 Barkly Street

(03) 5976 8666

godskitchen.com.au

Grand Hotel

124 Main Street

(03) 5975 2001

grand.net.au

Main Street Mornington

Main Street

(03) 5975 4522

mainstreetmornington.com.au

Mercetta

115 Main Street

(03) 5975 1714

mercetta.com.au

Mornington Historical Railway

Moorooduc Highway

1300 767 274

morningtonrailway.org.au

Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

Civic Reserve, Dunns Rd

(03) 5975 4395

mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au

Publican

62 Main Street

(03) 5976 2222

www.facebook.com/Publicanmornington

The Dubliner

23 Octavia Street

0419 130 139

www.facebook.com/dublinermornington

The Rocks Mornington

1 Schnapper Point Drive

(03) 5973 5599

therocksmornington.com.au

The Royal Hotel

770 The Esplanade

(03) 5975 8555

theroyal.com.au

The Lounge Room

174 Main Street

(03) 5975 8555

www.facebook.com/theloungeroombarbistro

MORNINGTON PENINSULA REGIONAL GALLERY

Propaganda: MPRG and Australian War Memorial exhibition
20 April – 8 July 2018         

This unique exhibition exclusively presented at MPRG will delve into the Australian War Memorial’s amazing collection of historical propaganda posters, which is one of the largest collections in the world. This exhibition will present posters from across all of the major 20th Century conflicts and give a remarkable insight into the power of information graphics and the use of advertising and communication strategies in eliciting fear, loathing and calls to action.  Propaganda is curated by Danny Lacy Senior Curator MPRG and Alex Torrens, Curator Australian War Memorial.


Andrew Hazewinkel: What the sea never told
5 May – 8 July 2018

On the 21st May 1892 a disaster unfolded on the waters of Port Philip Bay that shaped the early social history of Mornington. The event, which occurred in an unspecified location somewhere between Mordialloc and Mornington, is still considered one of the worst sailing disasters in Victoria’s history and it remains the greatest tragedy in Australia’s footballing history.

Hazewinkel, who grew up in Mornington, has since boyhood known the story well, for a number of years he has been researching little known aspects of the tragedy and what happened immediately following it. His exhibition What The Sea Never Told presents a series of new artworks including an epic moving image work that takes the 1892 disaster as its starting point.  As he describes it “the exhibition is a deeply personal meditation on the loss of the young men’s lives and more broadly the complex, nuanced relationships between the sea and the communities whose lives are woven into it.”

Mornington Heritage Music Train

Step back in time to a bygone era and take a ride on a heritage train!

At the Historical Mornington Railway, there are both steam and diesel heritage broad gauge locomotives and passenger cars between Moorooduc and Mornington on Sunday 10th June.

Jump onboard the Heritage Jazz Trains running from Mornington Station (Yules Rd) at:

11.00am Performer: Fox De Roche & Holly Sweeny

12.25pm Performer: Fox De Roche & Holly Sweeny

2.15pm Performer: SugaTree – Award winnnng Celtic Band

(Departure times change so please refer to their website)

Melways 105 K9 | Ph: 1300 767 274
W: http://www.morningtonrailway.org.au/

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