Station Place Werribee VIC 3030

Wyndham City

9742 0777


A Free Wyndham City Event

Pop Up Park

Soak up those summer days and nights at Werribee City Centre’s free Pop up Park, from 10 January – 2 February.

Pete Murray will open the free Friday Night Live concert series, followed by eighties powerhouse the Eurogliders, ARC (featuring members of Spiderbait, Jet, Powderfinger and You Am I) and the legendary Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows.

On Saturdays the park will be transformed into an Outdoor Cinema with new family releases and kids craft to enjoy and on Sundays there’ll be market stalls, food and lawn games with Sunday Funday.

On weekdays, the Pop Up Park will be buzzing with free community classes and workshops.

A green city oasis, with comfy deckchairs, umbrellas and lawn games, the Pop Up Park is your must-do this summer – perfect for lunch breaks, coffee dates and all-ages, family fun.

Opening Hours

  • Monday – Thursday, 9am – 5pm
  • Friday, 9am – 10pm
  • Saturday 9am – 8pm
  • Sunday, 10am – 4pm

Program subject to change. For the latest updates follow

Friday Night Live

Bring a picnic blanket and settle in for the summer, with all-ages concerts every Friday night including major headline acts and local talent. The fun starts at 5.30pm – bring the kids and catch up with friends.


Fri 10 Jan: Pete Murray,Tom Richardson, Michelle Gardiner and DJ Raas Masters 

Performance Times:

6pm:      Michelle Gardiner

7.15pm: Tom Richardson

8.30pm: Pete Murray


Fri 17 Jan: Eurogliders, Absolutely 80s, MADZ GOT RICH and DJ Raas Masters

Performance Times:

6pm:        MADZ GOT RICH

7.15pm    Absolutely 80’s

8.30ppm: Eurogliders


Fri 24 Jan: ARC, Aggie & The Blue Velvet Band, Lewis Pidutti and DJ Raas Masters

Performance Times:

6pm:      Lewis Pidutti

7.15pm: Aggie and the Blue Velvet Band

8.30pm: ARC


Fri 31 Jan: The Black Sorrows, The Mixx, Fast Love and DJ Raas Masters 

Performance Times:

6pm:      Fast Love

7.15pm: The Mixx with Andrew Wishart

8.30pm: The Black Sorrows


Outdoor Cinema

Pull up a beanbag and enjoy free family movies at the coolest outdoor cinema in town! Every Saturday night features a new family flick at the child-friendly screening time of 6pm.

Come down early to enjoy lawn games and free kids craft from 3pm – 6pm.

Sat 11 Jan: Aladdin (2019)

Sat 18 Jan: Toy Story 4

Sat 25 Jan: Dumbo (2019)

Sat 1 Feb: Wonder Park


Hungry?  Order lunch or dinner to go from one of the city’s cafes and restaurants to enjoy al fresco as you relax in the comfort of the Pop Up Park.

Enjoy some of these of these Pop Up Park Specials!


$5 Milkshakes Karomi, 15/1 Duncans Road, Werribee

$10 Coconut Juice & Hanoi Spring Roll PackageDistrict 3030, 33 Watton Street, Werribee

$36 for 3 Pizzas + 3 SidesPizza Hut Werribee, 9 Station Place, Werribee

Daily Fruit SpecialsCharlie’s Fruit Market, 21 Station Place, Werribee


Wednesday Special  

Buy one scoop, get one half price - Augustus Gelatery, 76 Watton Street, Werribee 
(*Purchase 1 scoop of gelato in either a cup or cone for $5 and receive another single scoop in either cup or cone for only  $2.50. Valid Wednesday 15, 22, 29 only from 12pm - 10pm) 

Sunday Funday

Browse through the Werribee City Centre Market stalls, let the kids burn off some energy with lawn bowls and games, check out the children’s animal farm or grab a bite to eat and simply relax out on the lawn.

Each week takes on a new flavour, with different cuisines and performers for a low-stress Sunday.

Sun 12 Jan: Mexico

Sun 19 Jan: Asia

Sun 2 Feb: Ireland

Free Classes and Workshops

Event Seating, Weather, Alcohol and other FAQs

Event Seating

The Pop Up Park has a limited number of deck chairs and beanbags provided. Friday Night Live and the Outdoor Cinema sessions may attract large crowds, with visitors encouraged to bring along their picnic blankets or low-backed chairs or settle in on the grass (please try to avoid high-backed camp chairs).

Seating is not allocated so please keep your neighbours and their view in mind and help us keep the vibe of this free event fun and friendly.

During Friday Night Live concerts, you’ll find there’s a whole lot of fun and dancing front of stage, especially as the night wears on, with people able to move in and out of the space. You may like to think about what you’re keen to do during the night, when you settle in.


The Pop Up Park has a flat surface, with entry from Station Place. From Friday through to Sunday, 10 January – 2 February, a portable accessible toilet will be located nearby. Outside of these dates, the nearest accessible toilets are located at Werribee Train station and on the corner of Watton and Bridge Street.

We welcome visitors with assistance animals certified by a registered authority.


Friday Night Live, Outdoor Cinema and Sunday Funday are all-weather events and will go ahead in most weather conditions. Cancellations will only be considered if the conditions present a risk to the safety of visitors and staff and will be published via www.facebook/werribeecitycentre.

Remember to bring sunscreen, a hat, cold water and something to keep you warm at night when the temperature drops. There is a free drinking water fountain in Station Place.


From Friday through to Sunday additional portable toilets will be located nearby. You’ll also find public toilets in Werribee Train Station and on the corner of Watton and Bridge Street.


You are welcome to bring food into the Pop Up Park.


A licensed bar will operate during Friday Night Live but at all other times, the Pop Up Park is an alcohol-free zone. BYO alcohol is not permitted.


Smoking is not permitted in the Pop Up Park.


Pets are not permitted within the Pop Up Park (excluding assistance animals).

Event Umbrellas

The large park umbrellas are fixed into the ground to provide stable and secure shade during the Pop Up Park season and remain in place during large events. During Friday Night Live concerts, umbrellas will be tied down before the headline act, to keep you shaded for as long as possible and maximise viewing.

Outdoor Cinema Screen

The Outdoor Cinema uses an LED screen (rather than an inflatable screen) which means we can screen movies during daylight, at the family-friendly time of 6pm. The screen is also set above the ground for improved viewing.

Transport and Parking

Live or work locally? Enjoy the summer weather and walk to the Pop Up Park.


The designated Taxi Zone in Station Place will operate as normal.

Public Transport

The Pop Up Park is located next to Werribee Train Station, making it easy to get there via train or bus.

Car Parking

Free car parking is close by, with three hour parking in Riverbend and Cherry Street Car Park, two hour parking in Troup/Woolworths Car Park and Watton Street and all day parking in West End Car Park. Note that time limits do not apply after 5.30pm. 

During the Pop Up Park (10 January – 2 February 2020) vehicle access to Station Place will remain open with one-way traffic flow. A reduced number of parks will be available within Station Place during this time.

Conditions of Entry

Wyndham City Council hosts the Pop Up Park in Station Place, Werribee City Centre.  The Pop Up Park and the free events and activities offered there are for the benefit of the community and attendees must comply with the Conditions of Entry below so that everyone can enjoy them in safety and comfort.


A licensed bar will operate during events held on Friday nights but at all other times, the Pop Up Park is an alcohol-free zone.  BYO alcohol is not permitted.


Smoking is not permitted within the Pop Up Park at any time.


Live streaming or broadcasting of events and/or activities held at the Pop Up Park is not permitted.  Commercial photography is not permitted without prior permission from Council.


Children must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.

Advertising and the sale or hire of Goods

Attendees are not permitted to sell or offer for sale or hire any items, nor to distribute handbills, pamphlets, notices or other advertising materials, without prior permission from Council.

Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is prohibited.  The Pop Up Park is meant to be family friendly, safe and comfortable for all attendees.  Council requires that attendees behave in a safe, responsible and courteous manner at all times.

Free activities

Many of the free activities offered at the Pop Up Park are run by local businesses and organisations.  Council makes no guarantee about an activity’s quality or suitability for attendees.  Attendees are responsible for deciding whether an activity is suitable for them and/or their children to participate in.

Be SunSmart

It is recommended that attendees take proper SunSmart precautions during daytime events and activities, including using sunscreen, wearing a hat and drinking adequate water.


Attendees are responsible for all personal property taken into the Pop Up Park and must not leave their property unattended.  Council reserves the right to remove any property left unattended at the Pop Up Park.

Consent in relation to images and photographs

By entering the Pop Up Park, attendees consent to the capturing and publishing of their image in authorised promotional photos and videos in whatever format and forum Council chooses.


Attendees must follow any reasonable direction given by a Council officer, authorised Event Security Personnel or Police.

Cancellation and/or modification of events and activities

Council reserves the right to cancel and/or modify any event or activity at the Pop Up Park.

Failure to Comply with Conditions of Entry

Failure to comply may result in an attendee being removed from the Pop Up Park and refused re-entry to the Pop Up Park and/or future events.

Changes to these conditions

Council reserves the right to change these Conditions of Entry at any time.


Attendance at events and/or participation in activities at and/or other use of the Pop Up Park is entirely at the risk of attendees.  To the extent permitted by law, Council accepts no liability for any claim for loss, harm, damage, costs or expenses which may arise as a consequence of any such attendance, participation and other use of the Pop Up Park.   

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