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5 Awesome Things To Do From Home This Week

By Urban List Writers
10th Aug 2020


Another week, another sub-one hour walk with a mate around your local park. If you’re sick of talking about case numbers and curfews, chuck a couple of these in your weekly agenda and hit your friend with some good news next Saturday, like how you made cannoli or ordered a new puzzle—cool.

Cannoli Bar | DIY Cannoli Kits 

Gorge your way through the next five weeks on cannoli, and pass some time making them with OG Cannoli vendor Cannoli Bar’s DIY kits. $50 bones will get you 10 shells and a heap of fillings and toppings like chocolate, mascarpone, Nutella or vanilla. 

Call Cannoli Bar on (03) 9337 7049 for free delivery if you’re close to the shop in Avondale Heights, or pick up if you’re within the 5km radius. 

High Cheese

A little while back, cheese stalwart Maker & Monger teamed up with The Westin for high cheese. It was a grand affair for fans of the sweet and savoury alike. Following the events success, the duo has decided to put together a take-home pack to recreate the experience at home. 

Thee package includes plenty of cheese, scones, some apricot butter, cheesecake and 1.5 litres of mulled wine. Order up from online grocer Providoor.


In case you need more existential dread in your life, a dedicated scary movie streaming service has just launched in Australia. You’ll find a grip of classics, new releases and indie flicks to scare yourself sh*tless with. 

That horror flick called Host, which is filmed almost entirely on a Zoom call can be found in the catalogue. Get to it. 

Printing In Solidarity | Art Print Sale

You’re spending a whole lot o’ time at home, so why not pretty it up with some new art from social cause Printing In Solidarity? The limited sale, running from now until Tuesday 1 September features stunning works from Aussie artists at affordable prices and all proceeds will go to be donated to the Aboriginal Legal Service and Children's Ground.

Fed Square | Lunchtime Meditation

Back when life was different, you could just pop down to Fed Square on a Tuesday for free, guided meditation. Nowadays, it’s a same time, different place situation; all you need to do is fire up a screen of choice and head to the live stream version here.

The sessions are being led by the team at Meditate In Melbourne, some of the best in the biz, so you know you’re in good hands.

Check out everything else happening at home over on our Things To Do section.

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