The EcoCaddy fleet of bamboo-bodied rickshaws (hybrid-electric passenger tricycles) are operated by well-trained, fit, courteous and knowledgeable local riders (Caddies).
From July 20-30 EcoCaddy will provide a unique, reliable, and fun service that will allow Chapel Precinct visitors to easily move around on Chapel!
They are faster, cleaner and more charismatic than any other form of public transport offered in Melbourne!
See all that the PROVOCARE™ festival of the arts has to offer and hail a ride to dinner or a bar straight after a show!
WE DON’T CONGEST, WE ACCESS
EcoCaddy are legally recognised as a bicycle, so they can use our Chapel Street cycle lanes and go where most other forms of public transport can’t access.
This means we are not adding to the problem of congestion and can easily glide through busy chapel street at a comparable speed to most other forms of getting around, saving you valuable time!
EcoCaddy’s are fully- insured, 100% road & safety compliant with Australian Pedal-Assist Standard, Transportation Act and are fitted with approved safety belts. EcoCaddy have gone further to ensure the safety of our Chapel passengers by making it mandatory that riders hold a current drivers license, and complete a rigorous training course and are Senior First Aid trained.
Did someone say FREE BEER?! Set in Windsor’s hidden oasis (AKA Sample Bar’s beer garden), you’re invited to an afternoon of simple pleasures with Hawkers Beer.
You can’t make this stuff up. Real submissions and real conversations from Chapel Precinct. Tell us what you’ve overheard.
Boy George Australian DJ Tour at Chasers Nightclub. Culture Club frontman & POP icon Boy George is one of the most recognised and in demand House Music DJ’s of all time.
Ahh Valentine’s Day, a stupid cliche, a money making con or an opportunity to show your numero uno how much you really appreciate them. There’s so much to do on Chapel Street this day of love, even the hard-hearted will soften.
Residents of Prahran are invited to attend this year’s ‘Coffee with a Cop’ morning in Pran Central’s food court on Tuesday, February 19 from 10am – 11am.