Whilst there may not be any fantastic festivals or attractions for you to visit during the Melbourne quarantine – that doesn’t mean you can’t still have some fun. Our Melbourne bus tour company has partnered with ARW Classic ’80s radio station to deliver some of the best ‘80s tunes to you whilst you’re in quarantine. To celebrate the decade we all wish we were still living, we thought we’d list five of our favourite Australian pub rock bands in no particular order.
From high peaks to green fields – there’s plenty of places to go in Victoria for a weekend getaway. On top of that, there’s still a month left of Summer for you to take advantage of the fabulous weather – and what better way is there to explore our state’s regions than by booking a coach to hire in Melbourne. Let’s take a look at five fantastic locations for a weekend getaway.
The annual Red Hot Summer Tour is coming back next January for its 10th anniversary! And to celebrate, they’ve got a special lineup of Aussie legends such as The Angels, James Reyne, The Living End, Killing Heidi, Baby Animals and Boom Crash Opera! For today’s blog, though, we’re just going to be concentrating on the headline act – Hunters and Collectors. This iconic Australian rock band has enjoyed commercial success across Australia during their 20+ year career. Seeing as Melbourne On The Move will be handling the event transportation services – we thought we’d take a look at six things you probably didn’t know about the band!
Sir Elton John is one of the most well-known and distinguished musicians of the last few decades. His repertoire includes instantaneously recognisable hit pop songs, musicals and collaborations with a variety of musicians. With the recent release of his biopic – John’s music and story has reached an even larger and newer audience. Sir Elton John will be returning to Australia’s shores for the last time in December to play at Mt Duneed Estate in Geelong – in which Melbourne on the Move will be proudly providing event transportation services for. To help you get pumped for the event, we’ve compiled a few facts about one of Britain’s Knights that you may not have known about.
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!