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The streets are alive!

14 Dec 2017

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Kavanagh St was transformed into a thriving outdoor community hub on November 12 as the City of Melbourne staged the inaugural Southbank Sunday Streets event.

A huge turnout of more than 200 local residents gathered in Kavanagh St out the front of EPIC Apartments for the free afternoon event, which included a range of fun games and creative activities for families.

Hosted by the Boyd Community Hub, community groups including the Southbank Residents’ Association, Melbourne Men’s Shed and Southbank Rotary also contributed to the event.

The high turnout of local residents provided yet another reflection of Southbank’s appetite for more community events and spaces. The success of the event’s chosen location also highlighted a local long-term ambition to transform Kavanagh St in Southbank’s “main street”.

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