World Street Eats 2021-2022


Sunday, 11:00am – 3:00pm

Sunday 13 February 11am-3pm
Civic Square, Launceston, Civic Square, Launceston 7250

Launceston’s Civic Square is playing host to a new family-friendly market, celebrating the diversity we have in our community. Every second Sunday of the month at Civic Square from 11am to 3pm immerse yourself in a worldly culinary experience in all Northern Tasmania has to offer.

Frederick McCubbin — Whisperings in wattle boughs



Geelong Gallery, Wadawurrung Country, 55 Little Malop Street, Geelong VIC 3220

Take a drive to Geelong to see the final couple of weeks of the Frederick McCubbin—Whisperings in wattle boughs exhibition which brings together McCubbin’s key ‘pioneer’ subjects and additional paintings that elaborate the artist’s unending fascination with the colour and nature of the bush. The works have been sourced from national and state institutions, regional Victorian galleries and private collections.

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The Sound Society


Sunday, 11:00am – 2:30pm

Roma Street Parkland, 1 Parkland Boulevard, Brisbane City

Pull up a rug in Brisbane’s biggest sub-tropical backyard, relax and listen to smooth, jazzy tunes at The Sound Society from 11am – 2pm on Sunday 6 February. To satiate your lunchtime cravings, The Garden Room Café is creating picnic hampers, specially curated for the event. Hampers are designed for two and include an assortment of home-made dips, cured deli meats and farmhouse cheeses.

Sydney Lunar Festival


45 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger at Sydney’s Lunar Festival starting from tomorrow til 13 February around Haymarket and the city centre. These are the biggest Lunar New Year celebrations outside of Asia. Find your zodiac among the spectacular Lunar Lantern. The Lunar Lanterns are a creative, contemporary interpretation of a centuries-old tradition. Sumptuous banquets, traditional Asian dishes and feasting galore. Bring the family into the city and celebrate the Lunar New Year.


Mix 102.3 Giant Wheel


Everyday, 10:00am – 9:30pm

The Mix 102.3 Giant Wheel will continue to delight at Glenelg’s foreshore til 30 April, taking in spectacular views over Glenelg beach, Moseley Square, and all the way to Jetty Road and the Adelaide Hills.

Standing 35 metres high and seating up to 144 people in 24 gondolas, it’s the tallest portable wheel in Australia. You can enjoy watching the sunset with the whole family or looking over the foreshore of Glenelg and jetty night lights.Find easy and convenient parking at our Holdfast Promenade car park in Glenelg.

Care Park Welcomes KINTO

Care Park have partnered with KINTO, car rentals, reimagined. KINTO allows you to choose from a range of Toyotas, by simply booking from an hour to an entire year – & all you need is your smartphone.

Try this amazing product today by simply downloading the KINTO app to get started!
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You will find these KINTO vehicles at our Northern New Quay Car Park and our Watergate car park in Docklands.

CARE PARK customers receive $20 off their first trip*, book now using the promotional code ‘CAREPARK’
*valid for your first booking which must be completed on or before 31/1/22. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. T&C’s apply.
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Brisbane City Hall lights

It’s the most wonderful time of the year as Christmas in Brisbane comes to life. To help you get into the festive spirit, The City and South Bank has a range of free and festive events for you to bring the family together to enjoy.
Located in King George Square is The Lott City Hall Lights, a dazzling visual and sound display of ‘The Night Before Christmas’, narrated by Robin Bailey. The free shows occur every 15 minutes from 7:30pm to midnight daily from 10–24 December.

For more information click here!

Care Park takes care of your parking needs with convenient locations at 40 Tank Street, Brisbane
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