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Hens night.

What a great idea! We did not know what to expect but at the end of the experience I actually... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2017
Jo M
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Melbourne, Australia
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Great night

Ive been going to Cork and Canvas for 3 years and I've enjoyed every visit. The team are friendly... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2017
rach G
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6 Nov 2017
“Hens night. ”
24 May 2017
“Great night”
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Have fun creating your very own masterpiece painting with acrylic on a canvas without ever having painted before. Over a few hours, we’ll guide you step-by-step from start-to-end while you enjoy the relaxing experience, sipping on a glass of your...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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206 Clarendon St | Tram Route 12, Stop 127, Melbourne, Victoria 3205, Australia
South Melbourne
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+61 3 9370 9959
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from US$123.90
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Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

What a great idea! We did not know what to expect but at the end of the experience I actually painted a tree- see attached photo - it looks ok. The instructor is there all the way and it's such a great way to get...More

Thank Jo M
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

Ive been going to Cork and Canvas for 3 years and I've enjoyed every visit. The team are friendly and very helpful, no matter my silly question on how to do a painting, they always guide me. It was a privilege to be at the...More

Thank rach G
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South Melbourne
South Melbourne hosts the city’s oldest continuous
market, founded in 1867. Rows of neatly arranged
fruit, vegetables and flowers splash yellows, greens
and reds along the entire perimeter, where the whole
neighbourhood gathers for Saturday feasts. Inside the
hall, shoppers hover over the mouth-watering displays
of delicatessens and specialty food shops. Further in,
a bazaar full of giftware, clothing, and kitchen
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