Spring racing has come to life at the latest attraction at Flemington has to offer THE PARK. In the morning, the launch was in full swing having been firstly greeted by music, stilt walkers and of course the parks very own pony. Sophisticated and beautiful the launch was full of fun, dancing and music and of course fashion!
Inside holds the L’oreal powder room, great for those touch-ups in between races. You can get your hair, nails, makeup and brows done.
You can also take a fun Instagram video in front of their beautiful L’oreal flower wall for your online social media, and gifted with a makeup bag of treats to take home, or to be used during your race day!
The Park will be home of Myer Fashions on the Field,
During the morning Myer Fashions on the Field Ambassador Stephanie Smith spoke about the key trends for the race days, feminine pieces, blush tones and lace will be seen galloping down Flemington during the spring racing carnival.
James Boag’s Premium Bar has the best place to sit and chat with your friends, inside reminds me of a Parisian restaurant setting, so chic great for those #ootd photos ladies!
Inside there’s so much for choice for food and drink having James Boag’s Premium Bar, Lavazza coffee, Cocktail Caravan Park by Pernod Ricard, Schweppes mixologists, TAB “We Love A Bet” karaoke, Yellowglen Terrace, Primo Deli which you can have your own picnic inside The Park, and tasty treats from some of Melbourne’s hottest restaurants and culinary destinations including Hanoi Hannah and Saigon Sally, Huxtaburger, Gelato Messina, Biggie Smalls, Doughnut Time and Knafeh. I tried literally everything because I COULD'NT SAY NO! everything tasted so yummy!
Soon after, the excitement filled the area as our inner child came out. We picked our horses on the carousel, having our very own horse ride! There’s also a Ferris wheel, which I couldn’t let down and had to experience Flemington at new heights!
And yes… I sang karaoke at TAB “We Love A Bet” karaoke.
A memorable morning and one I'll never forget!
Photographer credit: Karon Photography