Our pick on dining options for all the super mommies out there!

Ditch the chocolates and flowers, show your love this Mother’s Day with good food and amazing ambiance. If you’re staying in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne,
we have personally picked some dining options and activity for you as suggested by Urban’s List and of course, What’s On Melbourne.

Newly renovated Fish Burger and Co at is known for their yummylicious super-shakes and lip-smacking burgers, all-favourite for locals at Doncaster East.
They are donating $1 on every serve of chips sold on Mother’s Day to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. It sure is a wonderful idea to celebrate
the special day for a good cause!

More information on their website.

Just as dogs are man’s best friend, wine is mother’s best mate (our very honest opinion!) Head to Coldstream, Yarra Valley for dinner as they are open on Mother’s Day night and enjoy Yeringburg lamb roast for an offer price of $60pp accompanied by the best Oakridge wine.

Visit Oakridge’s website or call them at 9738 9900 to book a dinner spot now.

Last but not least, Melbourne Zoo is hosting Mother’s Day High Tea and it’s not to be missed. You’ll be greeted with bubbles on arrival and dine in a private function room with a view like no other. There are plenty of activities for kids on that day and the High Tea tickets come with Zoo admission too!

Click here for more information.

Park Avenue – IKON Glen Waverley is located in the centre of the action on Kingsway in Glen Waverley, with direct access to Melbourne CBD via train or even bus to get to Melbourne
Zoo. Alternatively, if you are driving, take an easy, cosy ride to Coldstream, Yarra Valley via Eastlink. Doncaster East is less than 20 minutes’ drive via Springvale/Blackburn Rd from Glen Waverley. If you are looking at spacious townhouses, we do have 2 & 3 bedroom townhouses for your relaxing getaway this weekend. Book now and don’t miss out on our fantastic offer!

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