Melbourne laneways are filled with street art, stencils, paste-ups and mixed media.
Explore history, culture, science, and nature at this popular Melbourne attraction.
Check out Melbourne's legendary live music scene, with gigs and concerts across the city.
Contemporary arts space presenting performance and interactive works.
Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia
The world’s first major gallery dedicated exclusively to Australian art.
What's free in Melbourne this month
Everything to see, do and enjoy in Melbourne for free this month.
See exhibitions on art, history and design at one of Melbourne's many galleries and museums.
The Johnston Collection
House-museum showing fine and decorative arts from the Georgian, Regency and Louis XV periods.
Pierre Bonnard: Designed by India Madhavi
Presenting the iridescent paintings of Bonnard with immersive scenography by India Mahdavi.
Lost Jobs: The Changing World of Work
Find out about the work of a ‘nightman’, a ‘scoop boy’, and a phrenologist.
College of Surgeons Museum
An exhibition of surgical objects and memorabilia.
Melbourne's accessible and wheelchair-friendly attractions
These local attractions are accessible for everyone to experience.
Mary MacKillop Heritage Centre
A place of inspiration and vitality, that promotes the spirit and charism of Saint Mary MacKillop.
An artist's studio, gallery and workshop space.
ARC ONE Gallery
A commercial gallery in Flinders Lane showing contemporary Australian art.
The historic Comedy Theatre hosts musicals, drama and yes, comedies.
Greek Love: The Event
An evening of interactive art and informal talks exploring queerness in Greco-Roman antiquity.
Association of Sculptors of Victoria Exhibition
See more than 100 works on display, with all sculptures for sale.
Home of the Victorian trade union movement and a vibrant arts and theatre venue.
A contemporary art gallery on the city fringe with a focus on solo exhibitions.