You know about the parade, but there’s heaps more fun to be had. Here are our tips for a wonderful long weekend with family and friends.
Need to get cashed up again after summer’s excess? Have fun while you’re at it with these free events, from Moomba to the Fashion Festival.
From pool parties and free festivals to cocktails and floating bars, Melbourne is serving the golden hour goods.
Take advantage of daylight savings, and catch some rays after work while you can.
From Chinese New Year to the Greek Festival, alfresco movies to the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, fill your diary with freebies.
Take a break in an indoor forest or a secluded nook in the city’s parks. Then relax in an unexpected urban wilderness or the CBD’s biggest beer garden
Looking for something to do this January long weekend? Make the most of the public holiday with these free Melbourne events.
Whether it’s riverside Brazilian cocktails or ales among old architecture, take it outside this summer.
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.
Rooftop gin gardens, 80s dance floors, foodie festivals and free water slides. The city’s hotting up and bursting with summer scenes.
Are the kids getting bored as fast as your school holiday budget is running out? Try these free experiences, from creative workshops to a waterslide.
Catch a flick on a rooftop, in a garden or even at the MCG this summer. Our movie-loving city has outdoor cinemas to satisfy all tastes.
Whether you’re into food or fashion, music or movies, there are so many ways to brighten your day – or night – on the cheap.
From footy finals fun to a street-art walk, there’s plenty of affordable and even free things to do during spring break.