Wellness at THE LUME Melbourne
Join Happy Melon Studios for an immersive and multi-sensory yoga experience at THE LUME.
Celebrate and experience the collective power of Goddess after dark.
NGV Architecture Commission: Temple of Boom
An outdoor installation in the NGV garden inspired by the The Parthenon.
The Space of Colour Exhibition
Come along to an exhibition by local artist Wendy Grace.
THE LUME Melbourne
Immerse yourself in Connection – breathtaking stories through First Nations art and music.
Goddess: Power, Glamour, Rebellion
An exhibition of on and off screen trailblazers, nonconformists, rebels, agitators and instigators.
Melbourne's best blockbuster events
The best major events on in Melbourne this year.
Free things to do with kids in Melbourne
Get the kids out and explore these free events and adventures for an awesome day of fun.
NGV Friday Nights
NGV Friday Nights returns with a kaleidoscope of colour this winter.
Curious greetings along the riverbank from a big, bright troop of wallabies for RISING.
An exhibition of First Peoples’ spirits, time travel and memory within Flinders Street Station.
The Rest is Up To You
Step inside the world of Melbourne Fringe and experience 40 years of festival history.
Melbourne's essential night-time events
From hidden laneway markets to winter wonderlands, Melbourne gets lit once the lights go out.
Reality bends in St Paul’s Cathedral’s car park of curated chaos and everyone’s invited.
Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature
Wonder at creatures from the Wizarding World alongside animals from London’s Natural History Museum.
SPARK by Daan Roosegaarde
Thousands of luminous, biodegradable lights catch the wind and dance above heads in the night sky.
The best free and cheap family activities
Find family-friendly fun and free events in Melbourne.
Affordable Art Fair
Returning to the Royal Exhibition Building with the biggest Australian program to date.
Explore the talents of over 200 Victorian-based creative practioners in Melbourne Now 2023.
Rembrandt: True to Life
This exhibition follows the work of the seventeenth-century Dutch master.