What's On This Month in Fishermans Bend

Uncover the essentials of sustainability reporting in The Fifth Estate masterclass for property professionals, featuring Jon Clarke, MD of Smart Buildings Technology at Dexus. Whether you manage a large property portfolio or a small business in the property sector, understanding sustainability reporting is crucial. Learn about tracking energy, water, waste management, embodied carbon accounting, and emerging trends like scope 3 emissions, nature, and social impact reporting. Join experts, Michael Salvatico, Head of Asia, Pacific, Middle East & Africa ESG Solutions – S&P Global Sustainable1, S&P Global, Caroline Noller, Director & co-founder, The Footprint Company, and Bruce Duyshart, Director, Meld Strategies, as they delve into the intricacies of sustainability reporting, offering insights, and demystifying the jargon. Stay informed and meet the demands of investors, financiers, and tenants for transparency and accountability.

WHEN: 1:00pm – 3:15pm, Tue 12 March 2024
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Embark on a culinary journey through Italy with Guy Grossi’s Masterpieces at THE LUME Melbourne. Indulge in a long-table dining experience, surrounded by renaissance masterpieces, as you enjoy dishes including Pure di fava, Carcioncini della cucina Ebraico-Romanesca, Abbacchio alla Romana, Melanzane Parmigiana, Peperonata, Italian Potatoes, and Roman Burnt Cheesecake. This unique dining experience is a prelude to the Unveiling of the Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius Exhibition, offering an exclusive preview before it opens to the public.

WHEN: 6:30pm-9:30pm, 15 March 2024

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Join the Port Melbourne Historical and Preservation Society for an insightful evening as David F Radcliffe launches his new book, “Making it Here,” at their March meeting. Delve into the captivating stories of four immigrant engineers who shaped manufacturing in Port Melbourne, including Fishermans Bend, during the 20th century. From founding businesses to pioneering new directions, their contributions are woven into the fabric of the community’s industrial history. The meeting will be held in person at Port Melbourne Town Hall or online via Zoom. Learn more at the link below.

WHEN: 7:30pm, 26 March 26 2024

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David will be hosting a second talk on his book on the evening of 30 April at the Emerald Hill Library (South Melbourne), details TBC.

The Port Melbourne Football Club is launching a new initiative for 2024 in the Borough Business Brunch, an exclusive business networking program will provide an opportunity for you to network with other PMFC partners and provide a platform for education, learning and development.

The club will host four networking events across the year, each one having a different theme, and where you will hear from guest speakers who will share their relative industry expertise and experience.

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Step into the world of Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius at THE LUME Melbourne, opening 16 March 2024. This immersive experience brings the masterpieces Mona Lisa and The Last Supper to life on a colossal canvas, offering an unprecedented encounter with da Vinci’s genius. Explore the streets of Florence, canals of Venice, and grandeur of Milan with no time restrictions. Discover 50 ‘machine inventions’ from Rome’s Museo Leonardo da Vinci and gain new insights about the Mona Lisa in the multi-sensory gallery.”

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Port Phillip Ferries introduces Docklands Discovery Cruises, Offering a Fascinating Hour-Long Journey through Melbourne’s Maritime Heritage. Running on Tuesdays from March 5 to 19, the cruises navigate Victoria Harbour, the Yarra River, and pass under iconic bridges like the Bolte and Westgate. Commentary delves into the rich history of the port, covering notable vessels, Victoria Dock, Bolte Bridge, Port of Melbourne, Coode Island, and more with light refreshments available.

This experience runs on Tuesdays from 5-19 March, between 2.30pm and 3.30pm. Read more.