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Posted: Hey ***pete, It's kinda not the time of year to be wanting to stumble on pyro's. Wait till it warms up, then watch 'em come out. Edinburgh Gardens in Fitzroy or O'Donnell Gardens and St. Kilda Beach in St. Kilda is where you'll find 'em.C'ya, Chris @ FireWorks.
Posted: cool thanks for your help. when i am twirling in the city i all ways get people coming up to me and saying that i should go to st kilda when it gets warmer. but why should people only twirl in the summer. thats no fun. you should twirl all year round.
Posted: where st kilda is there is a huge probability of rain so they only come out when it is warm, i used to go and twirl everynight there but it is never as good as when everyone is around, and when its warmer people stay out longer too, its a bloody cold state