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What's on in the city after the Grand Prix

Wondering how to stop the adrenalin pumping after a day of thrills and spills track side at the Grand Prix? Here are a few ideas to consider after the big race.
Pay a visit to Melbourne’s newest riverside venue, Arbory Bar and Eatery, housed on a 120 metre long deck spanning two city blocks. Docklands have plenty of bar and dining options on the waterfront, or if you want to head to the city centre, Melbourne’s laneways are full of hidden gems. Try Russell Place, where you’ll be spoilt for choice with Bar AmpereNeapoliGin Palace and Sarti Restaurant.
The pop-up Festival Artisan Bakery and Bar at Queensbridge Square is the perfect place to meet friends. Drop by for a coffee, beer or wine, or grab freshly baked treats to go. But hurry as it’s all over on Saturday 15 March.
Express YourselfFor some family-friendly fun, stop by the NGV for Express Yourself: Romance was Born for Kids, a vibrant interactive exhibition featuring spectacular displays of art works, fashion and other surprises. Children can express themselves by making accessories and drawings and will be immersed in specially developed multimedia environments.
If electronica is your thing, Piknic Électronik is serving up an exciting weekly line-up of DJs and live bands. It’s open to all ages with a designated children’s area and loads of activities to keep them entertained from 1pm till late.
If you haven’t had enough of racing, get up close and personal at Motionators at Docklands, and experience the full motion F1 simulators that professional drivers use.Motionators