Melbourne's unmissable blockbuster events
Grab the diary – you’ll want to lock in every one of these major events.
Jurassic World by Brickman
An adventure 6 million LEGO® bricks in the making.
French Impressionism from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
A major exhibition of more than 100 masterworks of French Impressionism.
Becoming You: An incomplete Guide
An exhibition of Australian coming-of-age stories.
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Melbourne Knowledge Week
An annual festival bringing Melbourne together to explore, discuss and spark new ways of thinking.
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GABS is a weekend long craft beer and cider festival.
You Are Cordially Invited: 150 years of Melbourne Town Hall
An exhibition exploring the history of an iconic Melbourne building.
Melbourne Dog Lovers Show
Featuring over 1000 dogs, 120 breeds, unmissable attractions and exhibitors.
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Experience a large-scale exhibition of international contemporary art, design and architecture.
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Worlds Immersive Learning Lab
Art and science collide with mesmerising imagery and soundscapes in this 5-minute film.
An interactive dreamlike landscape where imagination meets futuristic play.
Treasures of the Natural World
Melbourne Museum's newest exhibition from London's Natural History Museum.
The Story of the Moving Image
An ongoing exhibition that journeys through the past, present and future of the moving image.
Australian Music Vault
A celebration of Australian contemporary music – past, present and future.
Gung: Create, Make, Do, Love
A stunning new exhibition by Wergaia/Wemba Wemba artist Kelly Koumalatsos.
Art Forum: Glenda Nicholls
Enjoy the Victorian College of the Arts’ series of free weekly talks.
Back to Back Theatre: Small Metal Objects
A shady deal’s going down. It’s happening in full view, but only the audience knows.
Australasian Quilt Convention
See the best quilts around Australia, amazing international works and learn new techniques.
75th Anniversary of the End of World War II
Activities, stories and exhibitions reflecting on WWII.
The Surrealists Exhibition
Musicians Kim Salmon and Stu Thomas present a joint exhibition of their visual art.
Pascale Bardos's 'Eight' is now screening at Blindside as part of their Satellite program.
Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park
Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park is a focused survey of the artist’s work with a major new commission.
Melbourne International Coffee Expo
Asia Pacific's largest dedicated coffee event.
Pregnancy, Babies and Children's Expo
Discover all you need to know for your pregnancy or young child.
Oz Comic-Con Melbourne
Oz Comic-Con welcomes fans of all ages, interests and pop-obsessions with an immersive experience.
Once a month and for one night only Testing Grounds hosts a free public work-in-development event.
Drag Expo 2021
The nation's best celebration of everything drag, kitsch and pop-culture is coming to Melbourne.
Can You Hear My Voice
An exhibition by artists from India and Pakistan.
The biggest all-encompassing equestrian event in the southern hemisphere.
Tim Webster's photographs record the now-crumbling colonial buildings of Yangon.
March to Art: Place
March to Art is an exhibition showcasing veteran art in the heart of the city.
Sir John Soane's Museum: A Reimagining with Suzanne Bravery
A lecture by Suzanne Bravery.
Ivan Durrant: Barrier Draw
An exhibition by photorealist painter, sculptor, filmmaker and writer Ivan Durrant.
A Miracle Constantly Repeated, by Patricia Piccinini
Flinders Street Station’s ballroom opens its doors for Australia’s pre-eminent visual artist.
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Melbourne laneways are filled with street art, stencils, paste-ups and mixed media.
A billboard-sized outdoor artwork by Aylsa McHugh on the Hero Apartment Building.
The Federation Bells are a set of 39 brass bells located in Birrarung Marr in central Melbourne.