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Living Culture

Living Culture Ltd is a non-profit organisation based on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia providing Indigenous Educational programs and healing meditation sessions, including guided walks and talks, sharing knowledge of traditional bush tucker and medicinal plants,  Yidaki led meditation and sound healing, cultural workshops and traditional art making. Guided walks and Meditation healing sessions take place in a variety of stunning locations, both coastal and bush settings of indigenous significance and abundance of native fauna and flora.

“Our mission is to educate people about the importance of keeping Aboriginal culture alive.

Indigenous knowledge is a living link to the past, present and future”

Living Culture

Luna Park Melbourne Temporarily suspended

Luna Park Melbourne Temporarily suspended

To Lunies and funlovers everywhere, our gates will be closed again from 6pm, 8 July 2020 to comply with the Victorian State Government’s lockdown of the Melbourne metropolitan area.

At least we know it’s for six weeks this time, so it’s only bye for now.

We extend our sincere thanks to those guests who supported us by visiting during our brief re-opening period. Your positive feedback lifted our spirits and it was a pleasure to welcome your smiling faces for spinning, whizzing and old fashioned fun after such a difficult period.

Our team of hard workers who have helped us open the Park for the past 12 days are now practised experts in the raft of new distancing and hygiene practices that will be with us for a long time to come.

We’re confident we’ll be back with these great new health and safety measures to take care of all who step through the mouth of Mr Moon towards the end of August.

Till then, stay well.

Limited free family passes for Nexus members. Pick up at vets in the park.

At the moment we’re not able to give you a definite re-opening date as ongoing health advice from the Victorian Government is helping to shape our new operating procedures.

What we can tell you is that we’ll be introducing several measures to help keep everyone safe, including physical distancing and increased hygiene practices throughout the Park.

We will also be controlling the number of guests who can visit at any one time, so ride tickets will need to be pre-purchased online through this website – not at the ticket box.

Please contact Dave Thompson on 0400-144-540.

Luna Park has joined Nexus with family passes for access to the rides. Luna Park is a historic amusement park located on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay in St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. It opened on 13 December 1912, with a formal opening a week later, and has been operating almost continuously ever since

Baileys Hair Salon                Suspended stage 4.

Baileys Hair Salon Suspended stage 4.

Free haircuts and styles for veterans. Bookings essential due to current restrictions. When booking mention Nexus young veteran program.

Here at Baileys Hair Salon, we are renowned for providing exceptional hair services to our clients, consistently and in a beautiful environment.

To our expert stylists, exceeding your expectations is our goal – every time. Baileys teams of stylists and colour specialists provide you with fashionable and current expertise second-to-none.

Baileys has announced a long term partnership with Nexus. This service is FREE and available to current serving members and veterans, for haircuts and styling.

https://www.baileyshairsalon.com.au/

Rack Them Up Nexus Pool Night Temporarily suspended

Rack Them Up Nexus Pool Night Temporarily suspended

Come Play pool have a drink and make friends at Oakleigh RSL.

Due to current venue restrictions pool night is now susprnded.

Pool is a popular game that is played all over the world by millions of people. However, there are many different varieties of the game, all with distinctly different rules and regulations. By far, the most popular forms of the game are the ones that originated in the USA, known as ‘eight-ball’ and ‘nine-ball’ pool.

Both are played on a normal sized pool table with the regulation six pockets and both have multiple championships around the world. However, it is eight-ball that is the more common game – the one you’ll most likely see being played at your local pool hall and the one that most people first think of when the word pool is mentioned.

Eight-ball pool can be played as a singles or doubles game and is played with cues and 16 balls, 15 object balls, and one cue ball (the ball the players strike to try and hit the other balls). Pool can be a relatively high-speed game compared to its close relatives snooker and billiards but that makes it no less skilful with players requiring a high degree of skill, concentration, and tactical thinking to play the game at a high level