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Discover things to do in Melbourne in January, from free events to exhibitions, attractions and places to visit.
Entertain the whole family over the school holidays with these kid-friendly events and activities.
New Year's Eve
From fancy dinners to family fun, Melbourne is the perfect place to celebrate New Year's Eve.
Lost Jobs: The Changing World of Work
Find out about the work of a ‘nightman’, a ‘scoop boy’, and a phrenologist.
The Story of the Moving Image
An ongoing exhibition that journeys through the past, present and future of the moving image.
For Kin and Country
Explore the extraordinary history of First Peoples’ service in the Australian Defence Force.
A Walk in the Flagstaff Gardens
Take a guided walk through Melbourne's historic heart.
Contemporary cafe in Docklands serving creative brunch alongside specialty roasted Padre Coffee.
Thai Town Melbourne
A hawker style experience with different Thai food stations, a mini grocery bar and live music.
YOI Indonesian Fusion
YOI Indonesian-fusion restaurant is bringing Bali's brunch scene to the streets of Melbourne.
Spring Street Grocer
Cheese, gelato, groceries, coffee and gourmet foods all under one roof.
Mörk Chocolate Brew House
Mörk Chocolate is a specialty hot chocolate company creating chocolate blends in small batches.
Design a Space
A platform where designers rent a retail space to showcase their offerings.
This opulent, award-winning restaurant brings Middle Eastern flavours to modern fine dining.
Maniax Axe Throwing
Channel your inner Viking and throw axes in a safe and purpose-designed venue.
The Boatbuilders Yard
A large open space retaining the heritage and charm of Melbourne's maritime precinct.
Brother Baba Budan
Small cafe specialising in single origin beans roasted by Seven Seeds.
Eau de Vie
A bar with liquid nitrogen cocktails, tasting menus, plus a secret lounge hidden behind a bookcase.
Reimagining timeless charm this European style bistro is suited for any occasion.
Chef David fire up the barbecue with their Sichuan BBQ grill menu.
A four-storey mega venue celebrating modern food, drinks, music and art.
Curious pairs bold concoctions with a menu of small bites and sharing plates.
Aru is one of the newest restaurants in Melbourne, by the acclaimed team behind Sunda.
Award-winning Australian designers of handmade resin jewellery and homewares.
A colourful bar and restaurant inspired by the hawker markets of South East Asia.
Yarra Botanica is a floating bar and eatery on the Yarra River, celebrating Victorian producers.
Miyako Japanese Cuisine and Teppanyaki
Japanese cuisine or teppanyaki dining with a Yarra River view.
Hazel offers nourishing farmhouse-style cooking in the heart of the city.
Authentic, artisanal Italian-style gelato in the heart of Carlton's Lygon Street.
Authentic, excellent and premium Naples-style pizza and loads of Italian classics.
Queen Victoria Market
This beloved Melbourne landmark is the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere.
A daytime European food and wine bar, serving coffee, made to order sandwiches and sweets.
Enjoy open-air drinks under the setting sun or a starry sky, with city skyline views to match.
Bomba Tapas Bar and Rooftop
Serving great Spanish tapas and wines like the worker's bars of the Iberian peninsula.
Hakata Gensuke Carlton serves traditional Yatai-style ramen noodles.
King & Godfree
Catch up for coffee or a meal, or shop for delicious deli items and wine.
Modern Aussie pub featuring a beer garden with a retractable roof and a classic pub food menu.
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What's on in February
Things to do in Melbourne in February, from free events to exhibitions and places to visit.
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Family and kids
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