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* Williamstown Seaport Festival 2020 *
The inaugural annual waterfront festival for seafarers and landlubbers alike, to celebrate Williamstown's waterfront heritage, lifestyle and industry. The Seaworks Festival Zone is the only place you can get on board the tall ships, and it will be the centre and focal point of entertainment for the festival!
What's On!EXPLORE THE TALL SHIPS 28TH FEB-4TH MARCH SEAWORKS FESTIVAL ZONE 29TH FEB-1ST MARCH SEAFOOD FEST 29TH FEB-1ST MARCH ROAM THE SEAWORKS MARITIME MUSEUM 28TH FEB - 1ST MARCH STROLL THE WATERFRONT WALK 29TH FEB-1ST MARCH VISIT THE WILLIAMSTOWN YACHT CLUBS ‘OPEN DAYS' 29TH FEB - 1ST MARCH SEE BEHIND THE SCENES OF THE BOAT BUILDERS 29TH FEB - 1ST MARCH WATCH THE CLASSIC YACHT RACE 1ST MARCH GO ON BOARD THE STEVE IRWIN 28TH FEB - 4TH MARCH YACHT ROCK REVIVAL 70'S TRIBUTE BAND SATURDAY NIGHT (29TH) RELAX AND HAVE A DRINK AT THE PIRATES TAVERN 28TH FEB - 1ST MARCH VISIT THE FARMERS MARKET AT JOHN MORLEY RESERVE 29TH FEB - 1ST MARCH VISIT THE TWILIGHT MARKET AT COMMS RESERVE 29TH FEB
Getting HereDue to the high volume of visitors coming to the event, we do recommend that you take public transport or come by water to Williamstown. By Train: Trains leave from Southern Cross and Flinders st every 20 minutes. The station you are going to is Williamstown. From there you may catch a train directly to Williamstown or the Werribee line. If catching the Werribee line, change at Newport for a Williamstown train. Take the train to Williamstown station (After Williamstown North and Williamstown Beach). By Bus: The 415, 471 and 472 buses go through Williamstown. For an up to date schedule for trains and buses and to plan your journey, head to the Public Transport Victoria website here. By Car: Click here for Map directions to Seaworks, Williamstown. There will be street parking available with lots of 2 hour spots. There will also be a lot of space near Williamstown Railway Station. By Ferry: If you are in the city, the fastest way to get to Williamstown is by Ferry! Enjoy a beautiful day out on the water with interesting commentary and amazing views of the city. Melbourne River Cruises cruise from Melbourne City to Williamstown four times a day - 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm and 2:30pm. For all information and bookings, visit their website here. Hop on board the Original Williamstown Ferry Service: Bay & River Cruises. There will be up to 8 cruises on the weekend of the festival from 9:30am to 5:30pm. The route is Southgate to Gem Pier. 30 minute harbour cruises aboard John Batman from Williamstown will also be running. The St Kilda Ferry operates a service between St Kilda (Pier), Port Melbourne (Beacon Cove) and Williamstown (Gem Pier). They will be running at least four services to St Kilda and three to Port Melbourne from Williamstown on the festival weekend. By Boat: Invitation to Boat Owners & Crew: Casual Berthing Opportunity Boat Owners, get your crew together and head on over to the inaugural Williamstown Seaport Festival.
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