Made a New Year’s resolution to spend less? From Midsumma’s gay times to a Latin lovers’ festival, these events will get you out and back on budget.
Whether you’re into food or fashion, music or multiculturalism, there are so many ways to brighten your day on the cheap.
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.
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!
From a new night market, to events at some of Melbourne’s biggest festivals that won’t cost a cent, start spring inexpensively!
When the last chocolate egg’s scoffed and they’re bored of bunnies, keep the kids entertained with these fun, interactive and creative events.
As the saying goes, fools and their money are soon parted, which is why you’ll be all over these free events. Welcome to an April fool-free zone!
Of course you’ll watch the parade, but what other fun should be high on your list? Here are our tips for a wonderful weekend with the family.
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.
Womenjika! Find out about the Kulin Nation’s rich, living culture through these places and events.
Spring is here – time to head outside, get in shape and explore Melbourne while you're at it.
Cultural Diversity Week – Saturday 12 to Sunday 20 March – provides a unique opportunity to celebrate what Melbourne is all about.
Arts House have launched their program for Melbourne’s second Festival of Live Art (FOLA) and it is bursting with works by extraordinary artists.
This week's event highlights include the Melbourne Japanese Summer Festival, MARCS Laneway Festival and free Latin dance classes.