Discover the best top things to do in Fitzroy, Australia including Collingwood Children's Farm, The Rose Street Artists' Market, Fitzroy, Victoria, Edinburgh gardens, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Printmaker Gallery, Australian Print Workshop, Inner Circle Park, Holden Byrne Reserve.
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4 based on 311 reviews
We have visited here twice with our wee granddaughter and have thoroughly enjoyed our time here. The small farm is beautifully set out without being overly formal. The barn experiences (cow milking and brushing, holding Guinea pigs) were lovely especially for the pre--schoolers.We travelled by train from Northcote and then had a small walk to the farm. Hope to come another time to this delightful children's farm.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
The Rose St. Artists’ Market is where those in-the-know find Melbourne’s best art and design talent. Each Saturday and Sunday there’s a huge line-up of creative types, so expect to feast your eyes on plenty of unique gems and one-off wonders that you won’t get anywhere else! There’s everything from art, photography, fashion, jewellery, accessories, homewares, collectables, tasty treats, rooftop bar….and more!
I found this very small market to contain a surprising large pieces of work that interested me. I enjoyed couple of hours wondering around and looking at the original art made by the stall owner (mostly). There was a good variety of different type of arts and it is definitely worth seeing when you are around.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
We parked our car at the top of Brunswick Street and worked our way down. A myriad of funky shops awaited us with quirky architecture that lost no appeal despite crying out for renovation! Every type of shop you would want; the op shop in particular caught our eye. Allow plenty of time to be enthralled.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Two kids Playgrounds, a skate park, a basketball park, a large area to socialise dogs and many, many green lawned areas to hang. It's what a park should be.
4 based on 17 reviews
One of Australia’s premier venues for the exhibition of contemporary photo-based arts, that offers great enjoyment for everyone ad well as an understanding of contemporary practice.
This place was established in 1986 by a group of photographers as a not-for-profit resource centre. It has now become a pivotal part of the public becoming engaged with photography.
There are a number of Exhibitions across the five exhibition spaces, including the Night Projection Window viewed from George and Kerr Streets after dark, and features a diverse range of photo-based arts from emerging to established artists.
Wheelchair friendly. Pram friendly. Kid friendly. Parking - may take a while. Toilets very good.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Australian Print Workshop offers Australia's most comprehensive professional printmaking facilities. Located in Melbourne, Australian Print Workshop is a unique centre providing both established and emerging artists with access to a wide range of printmaking equipment and expertise in the context of a world-class printmaking workshop. Australian Print Workshop fosters the development of printmaking as a vibrant and progressive art form. Through its annual program, the Workshop represents the very best in contemporary printmaking. Established in 1981, Australian Print Workshop attracts many of Australia's leading artists based on its reputation for high-quality work and professional support facilities. Australian Print Workshop projects actively encourage cooperative ventures with artists and other arts and business organisations, both locally and internationally. These partnerships result in the production of new and challenging works in the print medium, maintaining for the Workshop a reputation that is acknowledged worldwide. Australian Print Workshop is recognised as a key authority on contemporary Australian printmaking. APW is a 'not-for-profit' organisation that receives support from a range of funding agencies, philanthropic trusts and foundations, corporate sponsors and individuals. Works produced at the Australian Print Workshop are represented in all major Australian public art gallery and museum collections.
I love the fact that Melbourne has this active, high standard printmaking workshop with attached gallery space. You can do courses here, attend openings of Exhibitions, browse the prints for sale, and get a sense of the different types and techniques of print making. I recommend keeping track of the workshop's coming Exhibitions and making this place part of your repertoire if you live in Melbourne or visit the city once in a while.
Visitors seeking an Australian-themed gift or momento may find something here: quite a few of the artists reference local flora and fauna, landscape and cityscapes.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
4.5 based on 2 reviews
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