Colours in water
Head into the Surf Coast Art Space and catch the Watercolourworx exhibition. Students of Studio 14 are displaying their pieces with Pat Mackenzie as their tutor, while you’re there check out the Art Space’s exciting renovations. Kate Bain, Ray Bailey, Vicki Baranski, Marg Bennett, Monika Busby, Gwen Ford, Yvonne Holland, Wayne Lingley, Heather Lodge, Beth Marr and Pat McKenzie are the artists featured. Located at Shop 2, 103 Great Ocean Road Anglesea, the exhibit is open daily from 10am until 4pm until July 9.
Mini golf championships in Aireys
Build your team of four and make history by competing in the inaugural Mini Golf Championships at Great Ocean Road Mini Golf. Come along to the most talked about new destination on the Surf Coast and enjoy 18 holes of mini golf in the gorgeous surrounds of handcrafted timber and perfectly landscaped gardens. Big, small or in-between, this is the perfect way to kick start your weekend in the school holidays. For more info contact Great Ocean Road Mini Golf on 1300 942397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free gig at Vue
This winter the Blues Train team has paired up with the inaugural Low Light Queenscliff festival to bring you a series of Sunday Sessions. As the train is off-line for two months over winter, the Low Light Queenscliff festival serves as the perfect chance to get your dose of the blues during the colder months. The Sunday Sessions with the Blues Train will see train favourites take to local venues for an intimate free performance alongside a delicious meal. John McNamara playing a free Sunday session from 1pm-3pm at Vue Grand. Head to vuegrand.com.au for more information.