A hub of creative businesses known as The Hive can be found next to the Big Potato in Robertson.
People will have the chance to explore it all on December 1 with a twilight opening.
The after-hours event gives people the chance to meet the business owners and start their Christmas shopping early with unique items.
Businesses line the front of the building and people can also discover Hive Lane, Hive Arcade, and also see an art gallery and studio.
Discover printmaking and create your own print, with the Printmaking Sisters and Le Studio 74.
The Spud Lane gallery, which is a mixture of a New York loft and a Parisian salon, will feature artist Ric Abel's street-art inspired pieces.
Two curated group exhibitions curated by Jennings Kerr, will explore approaches on paper, and how we interact with cloth, and soft and woven things.
Another art space to discover is the Bentley Galleries, which is full of fine art.
Those with an interest in gardening and bonsais can head to Penjing at Robertson, and those fascinated by sculptures and handmade jewellery can visit Bronwyn Berman's studio.
People can learn about crafting foods at Moonacres School, and enjoy food locally roasted HyperHyper coffee at The Buzz Café, which also caters to vegetarians and vegans.
Attendees can also try a neck and shoulder massage on the night from Massage with Pan.
There will also be refreshments to enjoy.
The event will take place from 4pm to 8pm at 74-76 Hoddle Street in Robertson.
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