What you can do in Melbourne’s East right now

As Victoria has announced it will further ease covid-19 restrictions from June 1, we’ve put together a collection of what things you can now do in Melbourne’s East.

Parents and fitness aficionado’s will be overjoyed to see parks and playgrounds open up; restaurants and cafes will begin seating more customers; while swimming pools, outdoor cinemas and beauty salons amongst other businesses will also re-open their doors. Enjoy!

  1. Visit the Studley Park Boathouse Kiosk, Kew
    studleyparkboathouse.com.au
  2. Book a facial at Beauty on Bourke, Camberwell
    beautyonburke.com.au
  3. Take the kids for a play at Lawford Street Reserve, Doncaster
    manningham.vic.gov.au/lawford-reserve
  4. Enjoy a coffee from MOB, Camberwell
    mobcamberwell.com.au
  5. Burn off some energy at Hill n Dale BMX Park, Glen Iris
    boroondara.vic.gov.au/recreation-arts/parks-and-gardens/hill-n-dale-park
  6. Delight in a Pad Thai at Tien Dat, Box Hill
    tiendat.com.au
  7. Enjoy Hong Kong waffles at Nelson Box Hill
    nelsonboxhill.com.au
  8. Visit Maroondah Reservoir, Healesville
    parkweb.vic.gov.au
  9. See a classic film at Luna Drive-In Cinema, Dandenong
    lunardrive-in.com.au/
  10. Take a walk around Schwerkolt Cottage, Mitcham
    whitehorse.vic.gov.au/things-do/arts-culture/schwerkolt-cottage

Please note: This article is accurate as of the time of writing on 3 June 2020. It’s best to confirm with the attractions directly before visiting in case there has been a last-minute change.

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