your car at one of the stations on the Belgrave line and take the train the
rest of the way is my message in the lead up to the End of the Line Festival on
Saturday 30 November.
limited parking will be available in Belgrave on the day and spaces will fill
up quickly, the best way to avoid disappointment is to take the smart option
and get on public transport if you can.
encouraging festival goers to get in the spirit of the festival and take the bus
or train to the end of the Belgrave line as an alternative to driving.
are many stations on the Belgrave line with a number of them having good
parking facilities and for residents who live beyond the train line buses are
festival has an environmentally conscious component and by taking public
transport visitors are reducing their carbon footprint as well as avoiding
disappointment with the limited parking spaces available in Belgrave.
End of the Line Festival is an emerging community arts event that will attract
scores of visitors from local areas as well as from broader Melbourne.
is amazing, you'll need some serious pre festival studying up to make sure make
the most of the line up and get to see what you want to see.
End of the Line Festival is on Saturday 30 November from 10am till late, for
more information head to their website here or facebook.
proud to be able to support the End of the Line Festival through the community
ward funds for Lyster.
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