Looking for something to please the whole family over the winter school holidays? Kids big and small will love these cold-weather activities.
Here are six unusual spots in the Melbourne CBD you’ve probably never visited.
With limited outdoor options this round of school holidays can be challenging, so get onto these freebies for hours of family fun.
From an ice slide and ice bar to see-through igloos and Christmas in July, this city loves to party when it’s cold.
Don’t even think about hibernating. Melbourne’s arts scene really buzzes in winter, and the city’s love of good times fires up indoors and out.
From jazz and truffle festivals to the Winter Night Market’s return, here’s the best free stuff to give you a warm glow.
Saving up for a special occasion? Feeling the budget blues? Or do you just love a bargain? Earmark these events that won’t cost a cent.
Move over, cats! Melbourne’s celebrating all things canine. If we had tails, we’d wag them about these highlights from the Dog Lovers Show.
A highlight of the YIRRAMBOI Festival, Melbourne’s biennial celebration of First Nations arts and culture, this all-day program is all free.
Overspent on chocolate and Easter gifts? There’s no need to hibernate over the long weekend thanks to these fabulous free events.
Find out which shops, attractions and supermarkets are open in Melbourne over the Easter long weekend.
There’s no time for getting bored or glued to screens with all these fun, interactive and creative events happening in Melbourne.
Are the kids getting bored as fast as your school holiday budget is running out? Then try these fun free experiences!
Welcome to Melbourne’s biennial celebration of First Nations arts and culture, on the traditional lands of the Boonwurrung and Woiwurrung peoples.