Welcome to Melbourne’s biennial celebration of First Nations arts and culture, on the traditional lands of the Boonwurrung and Woiwurrung peoples.
What better way to spend the weekend than in Melbourne's beautiful parks and gardens?
Head to these parks, bars and lookouts and see the sun linger before daylight saving ends on 7 April.
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.
With daylight saving ending on 7 April, now’s the time to catch some rays after work while you can.
Take a stroll among colourful autumn leaves, golden sunshine and cool, sometimes enchantingly misty air in Melbourne.
You don’t need to get out of town for a relaxing nature walk, because the city centre’s blessed with beautiful parks.
It’s getting sunnier, plus we’re now on Daylight Savings Time. That’s your cue to make the most of every day with these life-affirming experiences.
Fitzroy Gardens is one of Melbourne's most beautiful gardens. Here's some highlights to explore on your next visit.
Daylight saving is here, and after-work happenings are back.
An unmistakable sign that spring is here – and summer not far away – is the return of this indoor-outdoor parkland space.
Have a grand day out on a tiny budget with these tips from the City of Melbourne’s in-the-know Visitor Services team.
If you’ve done rainy day essentials like museums and art galleries but the precipitation persists, try something different!
From stargazing to a walk through Indigenous culture, a tropical glasshouse to a surprising volcano, these gardens offer something for everyone.