Finally, a venue where you can really let your Kids Run A Muk! Best of all, their in-house café offers freshly ground coffee, fresh hot and cold meals, and all the uninterrupted conversation you could want. Imagine a soft play area for your kids that doesn't hurt their knees when they are crawling - a place where you know they can run and play without harm. Not only is there a great big area to play in, it is safe and clean and challenging for the older ones too! 0-4 years Separate fenced off toddler area Bike track Ball pool/island Mini soft play structure Climb & slide Padded flooring & walls Soft play items Mini bounce castle Plenty of room for carers to sit, observe or play 4-12 years State of the art playtec equipment 3 Level play structure Inflatable obstacle course Large 3 lane slide Ball pool with ball cleaner Flying fox Webbed up and over bridge 3 Level hump slide Rope bridge Boulder dash Spider bungee maze Planning your child's next birthday party? Parties are Kid's Run a Muk's specialty with five private themed party rooms for an extra special day. Kids Run a Muk welcome mothers groups, playgroups, parenting groups, nannies and children with special needs.
Geelong Racing Club is home to many popular races that attract keen punters all over Australia. Visit the website today for club information and race details. Geelong Racing Club staged its inaugural race meeting on 1st May 1841, at Corio. There were three races, the first was a two horse event won by Juliet ridden by owner T. Wright. On 4th February 1843, another meeting was conducted about three miles West of Geelong near the then newly erected Fyansford Inn. In an attempt to conduct annual meetings the Geelong Racing Committee conducted a trial meeting on land known as "Airey's Flat" on the 5th October situated three miles from Geelong, beside the Moorabool River (nearly opposite where the Australian Portland Cement Works is today). The first official annual Geelong race meeting was conducted on the 29th February and 1st March 1844 after restructuring the course that was one and a half miles and 300 yards. Apart from Fyansford, many other meetings were held in the early days. These include North Shore, Belmont, Lara, Birregurra, Inverleigh, Leigh Road, Winchelsea, Moriac, Meredith, Queenscliff, Portarlington, Drysdale and Torquay. The Portarlington course can still be seen today and the Belmont meetings were held on the present site of the rifle range in Breakwater Road.
Uniquely based in the heart of industrial Breakwater, Coffee Cartel is dedicated to providing Australians with the most rare and coolest specialty grade coffees and teas available on the planet! Coffee Cartel roast all coffees on site, guaranteeing the freshest mix of single origins and house blends are ready to please your palette. With our adjoining teahouse serving over 150 specialty teas, Cartel is the place to visit for all your hot beverage needs. At Cartel, they also pride themselves on the education that goes with the coffee. When you understand the processes, the passion and the flavours that go into making just one cup of caffeine goodness, you can only appreciate it even more than you already did. The funky staff is here to answer any questions you might have. Whether you are looking for beans to take home, a cup on the go, or one of the best coffee experience of your life, Coffee Cartel should be at the top of your to visit list!