Event: Nature Playgroup @ CERES, Brunswick East, Term 1 2023 - Afternoon Session
CERES Student Programs
Bike or Walk The Merri Creek bike path runs along the edge of CERES, so it’s very accessible for walkers and cyclists. You can enter via the gate closest to the Blyth St/Arthurton Road bridge in Brunswick East. Simply follow the green council signs along the path to CERES. The Merri Creek Bike Path also connects to the Capital City Trail. Public Transport Take the Number 96 tram to East Brunswick from the city (from Bourke St, travelling up Nicholson St) to the intersection of Stewart and Nicholson Streets, which is the last stop. CERES is about a 2 minute walk from the tram stop. Turn right down Stewart St – CERES’ main entrance will be right in front of you, as Stewart St turns the corner and becomes Roberts St. The schools entrance is further along Roberts St – enter via Lee St. Northcote, Anstey and Brunswick Railway Stations are the closest to CERES. Take connection buses such as the 508 from Northcote or Brunswick stations or the 503 from Anstey station and you will be a short 2 minute walk from CERES.
Enter via the main gate at the corner of Stewart Street & Roberts Street, or from the Merri Creek Bike Trail, you can enter via the gate closest to the Blyth St/Arthurton Road bridge in Brunswick East. Simply follow the green council signs along the path to CERES.
After entry instructions
Your Homebase - the details of your Homebase will have been emailed to you ahead of your visit.
There are a number of different terrains at CERES. These surfaces include dirt paths and grass, in wet wether the some areas may become muddy.
There are a number of accessible toilets around the site.
Parking is available in the CERES main carpark, at the corner of Stewart Street & Roberts Street.