From traditional highlights like the Myer Christmas Windows, to new events like Carols at the Baths, discover these essential Christmas activities.
There's plenty of culture and creativity to explore in October.
Saving for summer holidays and the big Christmas shop, or just born frugal? Listen up – there are oodles of October events as free as spring air.
We’ve found the best reasons to stop hibernating, from the Melbourne International Arts Festival to the Royal Melbourne Show and Oktoberfest.
Here are our tips for catching the best of Melbourne’s nocturnal cultural extravaganza, now spread over three nights.
Get out and enjoy the magic of fire, music and heartwarming food and drinks during this free festival at Docklands.
The weather may be cooling down, but Melbourne’s calendar is hotting up. Grab the diary – you’ll want to lock in every one of these major events.
Whether you’re planning the perfect Valentine's Day or any other date night, these romantic recommendations will make for an unforgettable evening.
Refuge is a program of events that explore how artists and arts institutions can respond to a climate catastrophe.
Prowl around after the sun goes down and see a different side of the city.
Her new show All the Rage explores the darkest side of our emotions. To reset the balance, Claire Hooper tells us five things that make her happy.
These restaurants understand that a delicious meal and prompt service are a must when wining and dining before a show.
This summer take advantage of the long days and warm nights in Melbourne with music, art, food, drinks and shopping.
Start your vocal warm-ups and prepare to sing along to the latest wave of musicals taking Melbourne by storm.