Welcome to Melbourne’s biennial celebration of First Nations arts and culture, on the traditional lands of the Boonwurrung and Woiwurrung peoples.
With long weekends and school holidays, the April budget can blow out pretty quick. Make the most of the month with these free events.
You know about the parade, but what other free fun should be high on your Moomba list? Here are our tips for a wonderful weekend.
These ethical eateries put your morning coffee or dinnertime indulgence to good use by supporting worthy causes.
From gyoza to gözleme, lion dances to Zorba dancing, multicultural Melbourne is celebrating and you’re invited.
It’s an expensive time of year, but never fear. There’s plenty of free festive fun in the Melbourne city centre.
Getting fit can be pricey - but it doesn't have to be. Here's all the ways you can get in shape and have fun – for free!
What's free, cheap and on after hours at Melbourne Writers Festival.
Refuge is a program of events that explore how artists and arts institutions can respond to a climate catastrophe.
It’s Plastic Free July, but what can you do besides taking re-usable bags to the supermarket? How about drinks at bars that don't use plastic straws?
Taste, hear, see, touch and be amazed by Melbourne’s many cultures from across the planet at these March celebrations.
The Labour Day long weekend in Melbourne should be about enjoying life away from work to the max. Minimise the cost with these free events.
From custom-made gifts to Christmas workshops in decorations, food and more - do Christmas your own way.
Cultural Diversity Week – Saturday 12 to Sunday 20 March – provides a unique opportunity to celebrate what Melbourne is all about.