July at the Forum: Hot Dub Time Machine and Miguel (and find Forum theatre parking at Le Garage!)

If there’s one place where no two days are the same, it’s Melbourne’s theatres! Every night, there’s something new going on at each of these venues. Today, we’ll be shining a spotlight on one of them. Find out what’s going on at the Forum Theatre this July, and why you should choose Le Garage for [...]

By | July 10th, 2018|Forum Theatre|

Mamma Mia! returns to Melbourne (and why you should choose Le Garage for Princess Theatre parking!)

Sometimes, all you want is something light and fluffy to see you through the evening. We empathise. Going to the theatre is a pretty big deal, both from a time and money perspective. You want a crowd-pleaser; something you know is going to be a good time. Luckily for you, the Princess Theatre has you [...]

By | July 2nd, 2018|Theatre|

Choose Le Garage for AAMI Park parking when the Storm clash with the Dragons

While the eyes of the world might be focused on Russia right now, that’s by no means the only sporting event going down these next couple of weeks. If you swear your loyalty to Rugby League and prefer something closer to home, then the upcoming clash between the Melbourne Storm and the Illawarra Dragons is [...]

By | June 27th, 2018|Sport|

Rocky Horror comes to Melbourne – Her Majesty’s Theatre parking

When we talk musicals, there are a couple that absolutely need to be seen: The Sound of Music Les Miserables The Wizard of Oz (which is still in Melbourne until July) The Phantom of the Opera And of course, who could forget the smash-hit Rocky Horror Show? Gracing Her Majesty’s Theatre from 13th June to [...]

By | June 20th, 2018|Theatre|

Heading out for a night at the ballet? Choose Le Garage for Princess Theatre parking!

Even if you’re not a big fan of ballet, chances are you’re already somewhat familiar with Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. Composed over 1875 and 1876, Swan Lake is one of the world’s most well-known ballets, with countless productions and adaptations over the years. Performed by the world renowned St Petersburg Ballet Theatre, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake will [...]

By | June 13th, 2018|Theatre|

What’s going on at Federation Square and the NGV this June (& Fed Square parking)

As the mercury drops, the temptation to lock yourself away and hibernate for the next 3 months is hard to resist. After all, who would want to host an event in the middle of winter? While you mightn’t be a fan of entertaining during wintertime, the city of Melbourne certainly is! Melbourne has a well-earned [...]

By | June 6th, 2018|Fed Square|

Choose Le Garage for MCG parking for Dreamtime at the ‘G & Queen’s Birthday Clash

Australians are sports fanatics. Cricket, footy, racing… we really are spoilt for choice. Out of all the huge sporting events that happen in Melbourne throughout the year, none unite (or should we say divide?) people quite like the footy. And with the 2018 season well underway, fans have plenty to look forward to. The coming [...]

By | May 30th, 2018|MCG|

Best restaurants in Federation Square (and best Fed Square parking!)

If you live in Melbourne, Australia’s gourmet capital, you really can’t escape all the mouth-watering goodness that’s available in the thousands of restaurants surrounding you. Just take a stroll through Fed Square, for example. In there, you can find some of the best restaurants in town! And as we are only a few minutes away [...]

By | May 22nd, 2018|Fed Square|

Choose Le Garage for Fed Square parking during Buddha’s Birthday and Multicultural Festival!

Did you know that one-in-five Aussies speak a language other than English at home, and that a little bit over a quarter of the population was born overseas? And there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the city’s huge diversity in culture, language and custom every day of the year. This May is no exception, [...]

By | May 9th, 2018|Fed Square|

We’re off to see the Wizard: The Wizard of Oz (& Regent Theatre parking info)

Recognised as Australia’s most prized theatre since 1929, the Regent Theatre recaptures the brilliance and beauty of timeless performances. Originally built as a cinema in the late 20s, the Regent has been open for business for almost two decades following a long period of neglect. Today, the Regent Theatre is Melbourne’s home of grandiose theatrical [...]

By | May 2nd, 2018|Theatre|