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Discover things to do in Melbourne in June, from free events to exhibitions, attractions and places to visit.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The brand-new production can now be enjoyed in one magical afternoon or evening.
THE LUME Melbourne
Immerse yourself in the work of Van Gogh at Australia's digital art gallery.
Queer shines a light on the NGV Collection to examine the queer stories that artworks can tell.
Lightscape takes audiences on a journey of light and sound through Melbourne's Botanic Gardens.
Seeing the Invisible
An ambitious exhibition of artworks created with augmented reality (AR) technology.
NGV Architecture Commission: Pond[er]
An outdoor installation, complete with a pink pond.
Comedy Republic are hitting replay on the comedy hits you missed.
Heritage House Tour: Robin Boyd's Walsh Street
Tour the house Robin Boyd designed for his own family in 1957.
Who Are You: Australian Portraiture
Who Are You brings together the portrait holdings of the NGV and the National Portrait Gallery.
Stencil Art Workshop
Learn how to create quirky stencil art on canvas with street artist N20.
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Vanity, nihilism and sensuality collide. Oscar Wilde’s classic, reimagined for the 21st century.
The Melbourne Magic Festival
Casting its spell with performances and workshops for all ages this winter.
Light: Late Night Access
Experience ACMI’s Winter Masterpieces exhibition Light: Works from the Tate Collection after hours.
See contemporary, classic and documentary films on the big screen at Library at The Dock.
Yoga at THE LUME Melbourne
Join Happy Melon Studios for an immersive and multi-sensory yoga experience at THE LUME.
School Holiday Street Art Workshop
Learn spray-painting techniques from a renowned street artist.
Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection
Discover art that builds on and challenges tradition in Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection.
The Picasso Century
NGV's world-premiere Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition.
Entertain the whole family over the school holidays with these kid-friendly events and activities.
Light: Works from Tate’s Collection
Illuminates centuries of artistic practice and artists who harness light in their works.
Makers Market at The District
This outdoor undercover family-friendly market at Docklands features craft, gifts, fashion and food.
Igloo Wonderland at The Wharf Hotel
Cosy up beneath a sky of twinkling fairy lights on the banks of the Yarra.
Potion Putt: A Wizardy Mini-golf Course
Test your magic and wizarding putt-putt skills at this mini-golf course.
The Vaudeville Revue: Cabaret, Comedy and Burlesque
Melbourne’s hottest show of cabaret, burlesque and comedy is ready to bring the house down.
District Live: Skate Sessions
Enjoy skating fun for all ages these school holidays at Docklands.
Thai Cooking Master Class: Pad Thai and Green Papaya Salad
Learn the secrets to cooking these two classic Thai dishes.
Songbirds at East Melbourne Library
Engage your young bookworm with stories, songs, rhymes at East Melbourne Library Songbirds.
The Australian Ballet: Behind The Scenes
Go behind the scenes and spend a morning with the dancers.
Songbirds at North Melbourne Library
Engage your young bookworm with stories, songs, rhymes at North Melbourne Library Songbirds.
Preschool Elizabeth Street Pop-up Library
Share the wonder of books with your child at Elizabeth Street Pop-up Library Preschool Storytime.
Be immersed in four shipping container experiences: Séance, Flight, Coma and Eulogy.
The Off Season
Southern Gothic-themed exhibition at the Assembly Point vitrines in Southbank.
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