From moonlight kayaking to spooky cemetery tours, we’ve found Melbourne’s best nocturnal activities.
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
Nothing is more refreshing than a solo stroll in Melbourne's beautiful parks and gardens.
Have a grand day out on a tiny budget with these tips.
The Royal Botanic Gardens are now CLOSED to the public, due to coronavirus.
Take advantage of daylight savings, and catch some rays after work while you can.
Blown the budget on presents and partying? You can still have fun during the holiday season with these free Melbourne events and experiences.
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.
From cheeky long lunches on sunny work days to grand gourmet affairs on weekends, Melbourne’s city parks and gardens are perfect for picnics.
From footy finals fun to a street-art walk, there’s plenty of affordable and even free things to do during spring break.
The Royal Botanic Gardens is one of the best places to appreciate spring in the city. Here are five ways to make the most of it.
Magnolias and daffodils are just the beginning – these spring walks will introduce you to an entire ecosystem of wildlife right on our doorstep.
From lunch in a pretty park to reading a book in a nook, it’s easy to escape Melbourne’s hustle and bustle.
From strolling around the Fitzroy Gardens to exploring the State Library of Victoria, fast-track your exploration of the city for zero dollars.