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8 Oct to 10 Oct
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Dungeons and Flagons at Home
Forge friendships and bring your fantasy to life at this online Dungeons and Dragons event.
The Great Fed Square Heist
A virtual treasure hunt around Fed Square, with real prizes up for grabs.
Ghosts? What Ghosts!
Brace yourself for bone-strumming tales of unexplained sights after dark.
Seeing the Invisible
An ambitious exhibition of artworks created with augmented reality (AR) technology.
Becoming You: An Incomplete Guide
An exhibition of Australian coming-of-age stories.
Jasmine Grace: Ebb and Flow
A new exhibition by Melbourne-based light artist Jasmine Grace.
Explore 40 city laneways that are being transformed by over 80 creatives.
Chinatown Melbourne Market
Enjoy hawker-style laneway dining in the heart of Melbourne.
Step back in time to solve a mysterious murder that brings the iconic board game Cluedo to life.
Animals at Home: Live Stream Melbourne Zoo
Stay connected with your favourite animal from home, work or anywhere.
She-Oak And Sunlight: Australian Impressionism Virtual Tour
Experience NGV's She-Oak and Sunlight: Australian Impressionism exhibition virtually.
Maree Clarke: Ancestral Memories
The first major retrospective of the Melbourne-based artist.
Maree Clarke: Ancestral Memories Virtual Tour
Explore the major retrospective of the Melbourne-based artist.
The Story of the Moving Image
An ongoing exhibition that journeys through the past, present and future of the moving image.
Queen Vic Market Ultimate Foodie Tour
A fascinating guided walking tour of the city's iconic market.
Arts Centre Melbourne Sunday Market
Discover wares by local makers and artisans at this weekly market.
A festival that explores how craft is evolving in the twenty-first century.
Dark Talk Time
Dark Talk Time connects two strangers via phone for conversations full of depth and wonder.
Treasures of the Natural World
Melbourne Museum's newest exhibition from London's Natural History Museum.