Get Out: 02 - 04 March



This week's Get Out seems to feature a lot of food and booze. We sense a pattern here...anyways, up you get, off you go and get out and about this weekend.

Main image via City of Kingston


Elwood Community Market
Elwood Primary School

The Elwood Market’s been around for a while now and is always a lovely way to spend your Saturday morning. A vibrant, community event, the market is a treasure trove of vintage goods, clothing, hand made wares, records, books and plants, all for the good cause of Elwood Primary School. Plus, as proud Strayans, it is our patriotic duty to be where the sausage sizzle at...I could low key live off sausage sizzle forever, and I know I’m not alone on that one…

Image via Elwood Community Market



Brewmanity Beer March
Palace Hotel

If you’ve ever copped it for drinking too much, now you can turn the tables by participating in the Brewmanity Beer March at South Melbourne’s Palace Hotel. Brewed out of Colonial Brewing, Brewmanity is currently producing some excellent beers, whilst contributing to #FightMND along the way by donating a significant amount of their proceeds to the cause. Head to the Palace, drink Brewmanity’s beers, be in the chance to win tickets to this year’s Big Freeze at the G and tell your better half it's all for a good cause. 

Image via Brewmanity


Bottomless Martini Brunch
Newmarket Hotel

We pride ourselves on hunting around for the best places to eat and get boozed on a Sunday morning, this week’s offering is courtesy of St Kilda’s Newmarket Hotel who are doing 3 x 2hr seshs of bottomless espresso martinis, mimosas, Bellinis, beer and wine for 35 bucks plus brunch items on top for $15 because you shouldn’t buy into the widely held belief that eating’s cheating...but seriously, it is though...

Image via The Newmarket


Mordialloc Food, Wine & Music Festival
Peter Scullin Reserve

Over 45 food and wine vendors will be at this year’s Mordi Fest with highlights including the food and bev pairings between Bang Bang, Side Street, Big Pig Little Pig, Stone & Wood, The Smoke Pit, Bulmers and Fat Yak. Live music will be on two stages all day, with DJs providing beats into the night. Kingston Arts will also present Lens Mist, a photography exhibition that gives local creatives the opportunity to show their work to thousands of attendees. Get in from 11 am on Saturday and Sunday.

Image via City of Kingston