Victoria’s coronavirus restrictions have ramped up again, but we can still celebrate birthdays and step outside to get a bit of fresh air.
Melbourne excels when it comes to hidden treasures. On your next wander through the city, seek out the following sights and experiences.
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Now that you're able to go for an outdoor ramble, rediscover the walking trails on your doorstep.
Take a break from indoors with an solo stroll through an urban forest or secluded nook in the city’s parks.
Find joy, distraction and connection, for yourself and others who are spending more time working from home than they're used to.
It's a tall order to tempt eyes away from that phone, iPad, PlayStation, Xbox, Switch… Here are seven IRL projects to pique their interest.
The City has a treasure trove of vintage photos, art and street signs. Go for a wander through the online corridors and unearth something surreal.
From a secret pinball parlour behind a bookshelf to an underground cheese cellar, here’s our latest batch of favourite hidey-holes.
From moonlight kayaking to spooky cemetery tours, we’ve found Melbourne’s best nocturnal activities.
From wine to walking tours and the Women's T20 World Cup Final, there are heaps of ways to get involved.
From alfresco films to rooftop trivia, you can hold onto summer for at least another month.