Easter is around the corner, autumn is in full swing and it's time to part-tee — in more ways than one.
Our favourite Pixar characters are popping up in Melbourne at a mini golf course inspired by some of our favourite Disney films. After hitting up the city in previous years, the kidult-friendly course is now returning to Federation Square from Thursday, April 1–Sunday, April 25.
Designed to challenge both eight-year olds and adults alike, Pixar Putt features nine- and 18-hole courses that take you past childhood heroes like Buzz Lightyear, Sheriff Woody and Elastigirl. New this year: a piano key-style hole inspired by Soul, another featuring Onward's van and redesigned odes to Ratatouille and Coco.
So, if you didn't beat your cousin at backyard cricket over the summer, challenge them to a rematch on the River Terrace in April. All you need is your hat and A-game (and no pressure if you remain defeated, there's always the nineteenth hole nearby).
Pixar Putt is also open for after-dark sessions every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night — and they're only for adults. Running from 7–10pm, the post-work putt-putt hours are perfect for those date nights when you want to do more than just have dinner and see a movie.
Pixar Putt is open between 10am–8pm, Sunday–Wednesday and 10am–10pm, Friday–Saturday. From 7–10pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, sessions are for adults only.