What's on in June
Discover things to do in Melbourne in June, from free events to exhibitions, attractions and places to visit.
Mabo Day Concert
Join a celebration of Torres Strait Islander peoples and culture.
The ultimate guide to RISING
Everything you need to do at RISING this year.
The Rink at RISING
Strap in and get orbital with riverside ice-skating under a galactic big top.
The extraordinary after-dark experience returns to Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne.
Pierre Bonnard: Designed by India Madhavi
Presenting the iridescent paintings of Bonnard with immersive scenography by India Mahdavi.
The Raclette Igloo Experience
Melt into a winter wonderland of French cheese and wine in your own private igloo.
Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature
Wonder at creatures from the Wizarding World alongside animals from London’s Natural History Museum.
The award-winning musical of the greatest love story ever remixed.
An exhibition of First Peoples’ spirits, time travel and memory within Flinders Street Station.
What's free and what's open on the June long weekend
Free events, winter markets, family-friendly activities and more.
The world’s favourite nanny comes to life in a spectacular and unforgettable production.
The Rocky Horror Show
One of the world's favourite musicals is coming to Melbourne this May.
Midnight The Musical
A major new musical that is sure to delight audiences young and old.
A sharp-witted play from a fresh Aboriginal voice on the cost of balancing family, work and culture.
Winter Night Market
The Winter Night Market is back at Queen Victoria Market.
10,000 people playing kazoos for RISING and everyone’s invited.
An immersive experience that celebrates imagination, technology and play.
Two thousand years of greed reimagined as an opulent cinematic experience.
Taste of Portugal
Showcasing food and entertainment from Portuguese-speaking countries.
Hide the Dog
Friends must outwit Māori gods, palawa spirits and hunters to save the world’s last Tasmanian Tiger.
Melbourne Art Trams
A rolling exhibition of Unapologetically Blak First Peoples’ identity and culture.
A form-defying dance journey into the world of NSW’s first Indigenous sergeant.
Curious greetings along the riverbank from a big, bright troop of wallabies for RISING.
Reality bends in St Paul’s Cathedral’s car park of curated chaos and everyone’s invited.
Grilling pop culture, one tissue at a time, from experimental art collective Aphids.
Anthem by Wu Tsang
Immerse yourself in a cathedral-sized portrait of sonic connection.
Consort of the Moon
A communal choral ritual that bridges the spaces between day and night.
Nitel: An Exhibition of First Nations Artists
An exhibition of artworks by five women from the Bendigo region on Dja Dja Wurrung country.
Creative Youth Coding Program
Learn how to create your own video game via coding.
Community Gardening Workshop
Join urban agriculture experts Cultivating Community at this 'plough to plate' workshop.
Comedy Republic presents a return season of the hit comedy shows you missed or want to see again.
Loraine James and Arushi Jain
James makes hypnotic dance music, while Jain feeds ancient Indian structures through a dreamscape.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The brand-new production can now be enjoyed in one magical afternoon or evening.
THE LUME Melbourne
Enter the world of Monet and Friends – an epic adventure into French Impressionism.
Entertain the whole family over the school holidays with these kid-friendly events and activities.
Chef's Table: Eight-Course Themed Degustation Dinner
Grab your seat for an indulgent 8-course themed feast with Chef Sigrid.
Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony
An authentic tea ceremony experience led by Harumi Oshitani.
NGV Architecture Commission: Temple of Boom
An outdoor installation in the NGV garden inspired by the The Parthenon.
Gin-dulgent High Tea with Chef Sigrid
Take your seat for a guided gin high tea like no other.
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