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Have your say – a new look for St Kilda Pier

Tuesday 26 September, 2017

St Kilda Pier, constructed in the 1970s, is nearing the end of its 50-year design life and Parks Victoria has commenced planning for its replacement.

Two concept designs have been developed by our design consultant team and are now available on the Engage Victoria website for community comment.

We encourage you to take the time to visit the website, explore the options and complete the on-line survey at

The survey will be open until Friday 20 October 2017.

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15 Sep 2017 8:00pm - 31 Oct 2017 9:30pm

This play is set in the 19 century and based on the true story of the Chirnside family. Brothers Thomas and Andrew Chirnside came out from Scotland to Australia in 1839. Told by two fictitious characters, Maggie, the head maid and Mr Duncan the butler, you will be transported to…

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Down to Earth

7 Oct 2017 8:00pm - 31 Oct 2017 9:30pm

An enthralling night as you journey through the rustic old farm at Werribee Park. Filled with history and comedy and plenty of scares as the evil creature Black Anny haunts the farm.

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An exciting roaming play performed in the Werribee Park Mansion that combines history, scary elements and loads of comedy.

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Portsea Running Festival

18 Nov 2017 4:00pm-9:00pm

The inaugural festival will bring together keen runners for an undulating 10km or half marathon. A mixed trail event offering road, gravel tracks, sand and steps combined with stunning twilight views of the national park and surrounding waters.