Kirrip Walks – Melbourne Museum and Brunetti

Join us for Kirrip Walks – this time discover the Melbourne Museum, via Carlton Gardens & finish off at Carlton's famous Brunetti!

Make the most of Spring with a walk through the Carlton gardens, Melbourne Museum, and the Bunjilaka Cultural Centre!

Top the day off with a treat from the iconic Brunetti’s. 

About this event

Get out of the house and enjoy springtime with a trip to Melbourne Museum and Brunettis! We'll walk from Kirrip Place to Carlton Gardens before looking around Melbourne Museum and the Bunjilaka Cultural Centre.

Afterwards, we'll walk over to Brunetti to chat and get to know each other over lunch.

If you’re looking for a study break, hoping to find a new friend, or keen to learn more about Naarm (Melbourne), this is the perfect trip for you.

Details 

Date: Monday 3 October
Time: 10.15am
Meeting place: Kirrip Place, Garden Building, level 5, City campus

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