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This summer, hang out with Tommy Franklin, Australia's Got Talent finalist and host of six free Sunday Morning Dance Parties . He'll be hosting these events at major locations across Australia. This Melbourne morning dance party will be held at the Catani Gardens, St Kilda, on 21 January 2018 from 10-11am. Entry is free.

Come along and share an hour of uninhibited dancing, promoting community and health in a way Australia has never seen before. This event also aims to promote brand awareness for Hello Sunday Morning, a not-for-profit organisation on a mission to change Australia's relationship with alcohol. Being innovators in positive health promotions is thus far 7 years strong, and a mobile program has been developed recently.

Called Daybreak, it offers immediate support and one-on-one coaching for those looking to change the way they interact with alcohol. It's perfect timing; just after the silly season, when many may want to change their drinking habits.

Check below for 2018 events all commencing at 10am in other states.
Byron Bay - 13 January @ Apex Park, Byron Bay
Brisbane - 14 January @ Royal Palm Lawn, City Botanic Gardens: Cnr Alice & Edward St
Hobart - 28 January @ Parliament House Gardens
Perth - 4 February @ Pioneer Reserve, Fremantle
Sydney - 18 February @ Manly Beach: Grass reserve near The Pantry Manly

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