Just because summer has come to an end doesn't mean that the fun is all over. This year's autumn school holidays (April 3-17, 2017) coincide with the Easter public holidays which means double the fun is happening all over Melbourne. There's plenty of activities for kids and young-at-heart grown-ups, and here are the best.
Lego is opening the first Legoland Discovery Centre in the southern hemisphere on April 18 at Chadstone Shopping Centre. Promising to occupy a whopping space (2800 sqm) it'll include a bunch of attractions including Miniland Melbourne where the city will be recreated out of thousands of Lego bricks, play zones and Lego-themed rides. There will also be a 4D cinema (it’s a sensory cinematic adventure – the wind will actually blow in your hair) on site so you can rewatch your favourite Lego movies on the big screen, and a Lego factory tour.