A Day On The Green: Best Of The Decade

A Day On The Green is a widely recognised Australian music festival and one that has delivered timeless greats year after year. We’re proud to provide official event transportation services to this iconic Aussie festival – and, to show our love during these transitional times, we thought we’d take a look back at a few of the incredible line-ups that have blessed the festival’s stage over the last decade.

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Post-Grunge’s Short-Lived Stint

Melbourne on the Move is proud to be providing event transportation services for Under The Southern Stars music festival this April 11th at the Hastings Foreshore Reserve in Mornington. The stellar lineup will see three of the 90’s biggest post-grunge bands play on the bill for the first time ever in Australia – Bush, Stone Temple Pilots and Live. For today’s blog, we thought we’d take you back to the 90s and early 2000s to explore the strange genre that is post-grunge.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About A-Ha (And 2 About Rick Astley)

As the year progresses, we move closer to one of our favourite music festivals – A Day on the Green. Melbourne on the Move will be providing official event transportation services and we can’t wait to get stuck into the great music and atmosphere. To get you all psyched up for A-Ha’s Rochford Wines show with Rick Astley, we’ve decided to take a look at five things you probably didn’t know about the Norwegian 80s icons – as well as two things about the superstar that’ll never give you up, Rick Astley.

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The Origin Of Blues Music

Melbourne on the Move is proud to announce that we’ll be providing the official event transportation services for the Mornington Peninsula Blues Festival on the 8th of February. The festival is in its second year after experiencing huge success last year. This year promises to be even bigger with a fantastic lineup of Aussie blues artists such as Lloyd Spiegel and the Ray Beadle & Darren Jack Band. Before the event kicks off, though, we thought we’d take a look at the origins of blues music. The genre of music has had such an illustrious history, but its origins are just as interesting as the music itself.

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Aussie Icons: One Electric Day Artist Spotlights

One Electric Day returns for its seventh show! The much-beloved one-day music festival promises to excite and entertain guests with a stellar line-up of Aussie icons and legends. Since Melbourne On The Move will be proudly providing return transportation services to the event on the day, we’ve decided to give you the essentials for each of the artists – so let’s jump right in.

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5 Best Places To Spend During Oktoberfest

We’re already a week into October, and you know what that means? Oktoberfest! The popular German-born festival is always a much-loved social event that encourages great times to be had with your friends – as well as some biers and food. Whilst the original festival in Munich takes place over two weeks from late September to early October, other countries – including Australia – are more lenient with those dates. There are a number of locations where you and your friends can celebrate Oktoberfest from now till the end of the month and Melbourne On The Move are here to supply you with our top five picks. Like with any large event, you’ll want to make sure you’ve organised an efficient coach hire service to get you and your mates too and from the festivities – so you don’t have to worry about it during the day!

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6 Things You Never Knew About Rob Thomas

The widely recognised pop-singer Rob Thomas returns to Australia’s shores – and more specifically Victoria’s countryside – this November for A Day On The Green to charm and entertain us with the release of his latest album, Chip Tooth Smile. Rob Thomas has enjoyed a career juggling his solo works and being the frontman of rock band Matchbox Twenty. With his fourth solo album having been released earlier this year and his upcoming Australia tour and festival run, we thought we’d let our Melbourne coach hire experts tell you a few things about the musician that you probably didn’t know.

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Your Guide To The Melbourne Cup Carnival

With spring less than a month away, it’s time to start thinking about the horse racing that accompanies it! The Spring Racing Carnival is one of Victoria’s most anticipated annual events, and with over two-dozen different races and events – you’ll be pretty hard-pressed to not attend at least one of them over the next few months. However, a lot of people tend to just get excited with four days of the Carnival in particular. The Melbourne Cup Carnival runs from the 2nd to the 9th of November this year and consists of four days of racing and refreshments that you can enjoy with your colleagues or friends. Our Melbourne bus hire experts have compiled this comprehensive guide to the week of high-fashion and even higher stakes.

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Just Bought Festival Tickets? Next Step: Festival Etiquette!

At four months away, Spilt Milk 2019 is well and truly on the horizon. With all tickets sold out, it’s shaping up to be one of the biggest festivals this summer. As official providers of event transportation services for Spilt Milk, we’re getting excited at the thought of a fantastic day ahead! And to get out of the winter slump and into the festival spirit, we thought we’d share our top tips on festival etiquette that you can put into action this summer.

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The Ultimate List Of Quirky Winter Activities To Try In Melbourne

When you think of winter in Melbourne, you may think of constant rain and staying home to avoid the gloomy clouds. In reality, winter in Melbourne is so much more exciting than that! In fact, there are almost too many things to do this winter, especially when you plan to use coach hire from Melbourne to other parts of Victoria. That’s why today, we’ve collated a list of the most unique winter activities in our calendar this year, so chuck on a warm jacket, pull a beanie on, and start planning your most action-packed winter yet! Continue reading