Melbourne Star is back in the sky
After a turbulent 231 days grounded the Melbourne Star is flying again in what comes as welcome news for Docklands to have one of Melbourne’s iconic attractions taking guests back on board.
Since reopening on November 18, guests have been rekindling with their loved ones in the comfort of their own chilled private cabin, exploring the sights stretching from Melbourne’s CBD and Port Phillip Bay through to Mount Macedon and the Dandenong Ranges.
Throughout the closure the Melbourne Star continued shining on as a proud member of the community with a nightly illumination of the city skyline with some of their brightest and most inspiring shows as a testament to Victorians’ spirit of endurance, and to give those in our community much-needed bursts of joy.
Most recently lighting up pink for Docklands own Think Pink Foundation (read story on this page) and displaying the colours of the Victorian winning sporting teams.
Melbourne Star’s attractions team have been working hard behind the scenes, collaborating with its new neighbour Peter Rowland to bring delectable bites sky high.
Since 1962 Peter Rowland has been dedicated to crafting special celebrations, whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, or a gathering of friends and recently made The District Docklands their new home.
Since reopening to the public Melbourne Star has implemented a new COVID-safe policy, where all guests who fly on Melbourne Star are automatically get upgraded to a private cabin, with a cap of 10 guests per cabin.