The Point Cook Action Group in collaboration with Stockland have launched Point Cook’s first-ever Pop Up Park.
Set amongst Stockland Point Cook’s dining precinct on Murnong Street, the park will transform into a fun community space featuring deck chairs, beach umbrellas and picnic blankets, offering customers the chance to enjoy casual dining alfresco in the vibrant outdoor space.
The Pop Up Park will also feature a seven week calendar full of free events for all ages including, outdoor movies, yoga in the park, live music, styling workshops, lantern making, solar light building and an Easter egg hunt.
Susan McIntyre and Sara Mitchell, Point Cook residents and members of the Point Cook Action Group, said: “The Point Cook Pop Up Park is a fantastic collaboration between the local community, Wyndham City Council and Stockland.
“Point Cook is known as one of the fastest growing suburbs in Australia and we saw an opportunity with the Pop-Up Park to encourage community connection and strengthen the local economy.”
“The Pop-Up Park has been created by the Point Cook community for the local community and will be filled with events to bring people together, We are so excited to see their hard work come to fruition and look forward to seeing residents and visitors make the most of the activities on offer.”
Frank Pizi, Stockland Point Cook Centre Manager said the Pop Up Park was open to everyone and was all about creating community connections.
“We are extremely excited to be a part of Point Cook’s first Pop-Up Park, offering a great experience not only for the community but for customers visiting the centre and for the retailers The park itself will be a great draw card providing a wonderful opportunity to grab a meal from a local retailer and relax in the activated outdoor space.”
The Pop-Up Park will be situated in the restaurant precinct of the Point Cook Town Centre in Murnong Street and will run until 15 April. To see the full calendar of events on offer visit: www.facebook.com/PCPOPUP and www.pointcookpopuppark.com.au
March 2-4: Pop Up Cinema Weekend with 2 sessions each night. 5pm family sessions & 7:30pm sessions
March 4th: Bollywood Tribute day, with dance demonstrations, henna tattoos, Rangoli art installations & more, plus enjoy our Bollywood Themed movies
March 23-25: F1 weekend, live coverage of the are on a big screen during the day & racing themed movies in the evening
March 16: Gold Coin Foodie Trail
March 18: Family picnic day
March 28th- 31st: Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt
March 20th . Solar light building session in partnership with the Stockland Sustainability
April 2nd – 13th: School Holiday activities. Week 1 (2-7 April): Free kids rock pool learning experience, Week 2 (9-13 April) Kids Foost Cooking Classes
The Point Cook Pop Up Park was launched by the Point Cook Action Group in collaboration with Stockland. Set amongst Stockland Point Cook’s dining precinct on Murnong Street, the park is a fun community space featuring deck chairs, beach umbrellas and picnic blankets, offering customers the chance to enjoy casual dining alfresco in the vibrant outdoor space. (Image credit: Mamma Knows West.)
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