Get down to Grazeland this winter for white snow, balloon displays, a 10-metre snowman, fire pits and mulled wine along with all the best sweet and savoury delights.
Melbourne’s most beloved culinary destinations Grazeland is going all out this winter, transforming the giant food precinct into a magnificent winter wonderland.
Embracing all the best parts of the winter season, every weekend from 23rd June until 30th July Grazeland will feature everything from a 10-metre snowman (Melbourne’s biggest!), neon lights, mulled wine by the fire and themed balloon displays from Lombard The Paper People, all while spoiling their tastebuds with cuisines from around the world.
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The ultimate cosy night out, Grazeland is offering Aussies the chance to catch a white Christmas in July with a snow machine for a night of wintery fun. After dancing under the snow, visitors can gather around the fire pits and enjoy a hearty meal from one of Grazeland’s 50 vendors, such as Raclette from Frencheese, famous dumplings from Lucky Little Dumplings & tasty German meatballs from Bratboy.
For the adults seeking something a little stronger, adults can enjoy a spice-infused Jam Shed mulled wine, plus grab a snow chair lift and snap a pic on top of a snowy mountain.
As well as roving performers, face painting and fun kid zones, visitors will also be treated to the sounds of live bands and interactive DJ’s.
Located in Spotswood, Grazeland is a foodie’s playground with the most diverse food offering in Melbourne, perfect for couples, families and groups of all size and age.
It all goes down at 20 Booker St, Spotswood from 23 June to 30 July.