Is Christmas shopping melting your budget? Have fun on the cheap with everything from a merry silent disco to a look at cricket’s legendary Ashes urn.
Whether you’re into food or fashion, music or movies, there are so many ways to brighten your day – or night – on the cheap.
Womenjika! Find out about the Kulin Nation’s rich, living culture through these places and events.
With limited outdoor options this round of school holidays can be challenging, so get onto these freebies for hours of family fun.
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.
A highlight of the YIRRAMBOI Festival, Melbourne’s biennial celebration of First Nations arts and culture, this all-day program is all free.
Welcome to Melbourne’s biennial celebration of First Nations arts and culture, on the traditional lands of the Boonwurrung and Woiwurrung peoples.
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!
What better time for a super-sized weekend than summer’s peak? There’s no need to go extra-large on your spend though, thanks to these free events.
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.
Have a grand day out on a tiny budget with these tips from the City of Melbourne’s in-the-know Visitor Services team.
From stargazing to a walk through Indigenous culture, a tropical glasshouse to a surprising volcano, these gardens offer something for everyone.
Yirramboi First Nations festival kicks off on Friday 5 May and runs until Sunday 14 May. Here are five highlights.