Date night: Valentine's Day at home
In a perfect world, every day would feel like Valentine’s Day. But that doesn’t mean it’s not nice to show a bit of extra love every now and then, more specifically on 14 February.
No matter what your perfect date night looks like, we’ve put together a few ideas that everyone can enjoy without even leaving the house! Who said romance was dead?
Passport not required
Romantic getaways might feel like a distant memory, but you can still take a trip from the dreary day-to-day in the comfort of your own home – no passport needed.
So Frenchy So Chic festival have created a set of French-inspired playlists for any occasion. Pop the champagne, pick a playlist and whip up a cheese platter for the ultimate Parisian experience at home – escargot optional.
If you’re after something closer to home, why not explore the Wall to Wall Festival virtual tour? Showcasing work from some of Benalla’s most vibrant street art from the festival.
In the mood for food
We know the real way to your heart. If you prefer chocolate over flowers, there’s something here for you.
Fed Square has a host of food masterclasses , featuring popular recipes from restaurants within the square. Create Taxi Kitchen's famous dumplings , and wash it down with a boozy Milo cocktail from Riverland Bar.
If the coast is more your vibe, take a culinary journey along the Mornington Peninsula with the 3 Farmers and a Chef series. Download the recipe cards and recreate fine dining experiences at home in your PJs. What more could you want?!
Find something to make
- Mornington Peninsula's 3 Farmers and a Chef series
The region's best local talent and produce.
- Fed Square Masterclass series
Fed Square has your next meal covered.
- Fed Square's Regional Masterclass series
A tour of Victoria's best food and wine.
- Celebrity Sandwich
Catch up one the series
- All Together Now - Home cooking experience
Netflix and Chill
Skip the song and dance of the day, order in, and get comfy on the couch with something good to watch.
For the culture vultures - ACMI’s Cinema 3 is an online extension of their cinema at Fed Square, where you can rent or stream new releases, classics, and revivals from their past programs, hand picked by ACMI curators.
If you’re in need of a laugh, check out the Standup Sessions , socially distanced comedy and a chat with some of Melbourne’s favourite comedians, hosted by Nazeem Hussain.