Spend Summer at The District and enjoy live music, the Makers Market every Sunday, see the two giant sand sculptures and check out the below entertainment line-up for all the fun!

ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Mini Courts
Tennis is coming to The District Docklands this January with ANZ Tennis Hot Shots mini courts! Come along and introduce your kids to a sport they can play for life, in an environment that promotes an active lifestyle and a nurturing environment to grow.
-Monday 14 to Sunday 27 January
-12pm to 3pm daily

Mechanical Surfboard Zone
Jump on the big wave and step into the world of a real-life surfer. Take the challenge on the giant mechanical surfboard!
-Monday 14 to Sunday 27 January
-12pm to 4pm daily
-Under the Melbourne Star

Giant Garden Games
Relax and have a play with family favourites including giant connect 4, quoits, giant chess, naughts and crosses, jenga, bocce, dominos and more.
-Monday 14 to Sunday 27 January
-12pm to 4pm
-Plus, every Saturday and Sunday in February
-Wharf Street, Near Cotton On

Australia Day Blinky Bill Meet & Greet
Visit Souvenirs Direct on Australia Day to meet and greet an Aussie adventurer, Blinky Bill! There’ll be gifts and giveaways for those who come to see our favourite koala.
-Australia Day, Saturday 26 January
12pm – 12.30pm | 1pm – 1.30pm | 2pm – 2.30pm
-At Souvenirs Direct, Star Crescent

Springfree Trampoline Jump Hub
Jump away in the safest trampoline jump hub for 4 days only!
-Thursday 17 January to Sunday 20 January
-10am to 6pm daily
-Under the Melbourne Star

Sand Sculpture Exhibit
See the unique art of sand sculpting with two giant sand sculptures on display in Centre.
-Live carving: Mon 14 to Sat 19 January
-On display: 20 Jan – 6 March
-Outside Miniso & next to Gelateria on the Dock

Live Music
Enjoy the Summer vibe at The District Docklands, with food, drink and music. There’ll be a cool line-up of acoustic tunes, DJs and bands every Friday, Saturday and Sunday so spend your Summer with us.
-Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in January and February
-Underneath the Melbourne Star, in the Entertainment Piazza