Quality Suites D'Olive
454 Point Cook Road
Point Cook, VI 3030
Phone: (61) 3 83765300
Fax: (61) 3 83765350
Built in 1990, the Melbourne Ballpark hosts baseball and softball matches in Victoria. The stadium has held several significant championships over the years and is highly popular amongst sports buffs. The place can also be hired for various private events.
Movie buffs rub shoulders with shoppers at Werribee Plaza Shopping Centre, which houses the Village Cinemas. The multiplex boasts wall-to-wall screens, spacious auditoriums, a digital sound system, and the perfect environment for a private function. For showtimes, membership, ticket prices etc. call or check the website.
Come to Werribee Superbowl and find out why so many people love the fun, friendship and social activity of bowling. Play in singles or team formats; join a league and bowl during the day or evening, where you can relax and leave the little ones in the childcare facilities. There is a Junior Bumper Bowling League for children and birthday party packages available. Even there are several lanes, bookings are always a good idea. The cafe serves drinks and hot food.
Situated inside the Hobsons Bay Civic Centre, the Altona Theatre has the seating capacity of 244. Primarily used for auditions, performances and rehearsals, the auditorium is also rented out for seminars, lectures and graduation day ceremonies. For more information please visit the website.
Westgate Indoor Sports is a ground where tennis, soccer and various indoor sports are held. Please call up for more information.
The Substation or The Hobsons Bay Community Arts Centre as it is also known is housed inside a historic building that was formerly used to convert electricity for railways. Now the place has been restored and been converted into a multi-purpose art space. The Substation has separate rooms for workshops, exhibitions, performances, rehearsals and more. If you are looking to explore the local cultural and artistic life of the city, The Substation is your place.
The Williamstown Mechanics Institute is an exclusive, historic space that features a 195 capacity function hall along with a spacious meeting room that is available for private hire.
Constructed in 1927, the Williamstown Town Hall is an architectural wonder revived in Greek style. The building serves as an important venue for hosting celebrations, private events and business meetings.
As soon as diners walk up the gangway to The Titanic Dinner Theater they enter the world of the doomed ocean liner. Staff dressed in period costume welcome you aboard. Diners can choose between two dining rooms, the relaxed (and less expensive) steerage and the more glamorous First Class, which has a strict formal dress code. After main course, a floor show recreates the voyage of RMS Titanic. For more details, call ahead.
This multiplex screens the latest blockbusters and attracts the Sunshine crowd throughout the week. For an enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Village Cinemas Sunshine is one of the cinemas that offers "babes in arms" sessions, where infants can come along with their mothers to watch a movie. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call +1300 55 5400 or see the website.
Sun Theatre is the place to watch a movie without bothering about elbow space. The multiplex has four screens and each seat comes with a coffee table and ample leg room. Each screening room, namely The Grand, The Barkley, The Trocadero, and The Lyric, has a different setting. You can also avail of the Sun membership for added benefits. Check the website for ticket information and show times.
Dropout is a unique space for art and music in the outskirts of the city of Melbourne, located in the quieter suburbs of Yarraville. The concert hall is an ever-changing structure with each band or artist setting up the space as he or she sees fit. The venue has a recording studio, a concert hall and space for displaying art.