Sunday, fun day at Lakeside Alive

Published on 25 September 2019

Grab your pooch, your family and your friends and join us at Lakeside Alive for an afternoon of great music, street performances, and tasty food truck fare.

Lake Caroline will be alive with activity for the popular annual event next Sunday 13 October, which is part of Melton City Council’s Pop Culture calendar.

Enjoy all the free entertainment – dance and music performances including Dance Effects and Drongo and Crow, and a range of interactive activities. There will be balloon modelling, a unicyclist, special appearances from Tubby the Robot, the CFA and Victoria Police, and you can create your own LakeChalk Art under the guidance of a chalk artist.

A selection of food trucks will be there to serve gourmet burgers and ice cream, quality coffee, wood fire pizza, smoothies, donuts and more.

City of Melton Mayor Cr Bob Turner said Lakeside Alive was an event the whole community could enjoy.

“It’s the perfect Sunday afternoon activity – gourmet food, free entertainment and stroll along the lake – and I think that’s why it’s always a popular event,” Cr Turner said.

“Having something like this in your own backyard is a treat, so I’d encourage everyone to check it out and join in the fun.”

While you’re at Lakeside Alive, you can also take a walk around the Rotary Caroline Springs Farmers' and Makers Market where you’ll find the freshest, cleanest and largest variety of farm produce and artisan products in our region.


Date:              Sunday 13 October
Time:             12 – 3pm
Where:           Lake Caroline, Lake Street, Caroline Springs