What's on in March
Discover things to do in Melbourne in March, from free events to exhibitions, attractions and places to visit.
Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show
The show for plant lovers with landscape designs, talks and workshops, and the latest products.
FRAME: A Biennial of Dance
A dance festival coming to Arts House, and other venues around Melbourne.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Melbourne lights up with laughs when the Comedy Festival takes over town.
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival
Melbourne, it’s time to hit the city and taste the flavour.
The award-winning musical of the greatest love story ever remixed opens in Melbourne in February.
THE LUME Melbourne
Enter the world of Monet and Friends – an epic adventure into French Impressionism.
Explore the talents of over 200 Victorian-based creative practioners in Melbourne Now 2023.
The Pet Show
Hear from celebrity vets, interact with pets, and meet breeders and animal experts.
Moonlight Cinema Melbourne
Don't miss out on cult classics, blockbusters and family favourites under the stars.
World's Longest Lunch
The signature event of Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, presented by La Trobe Financial.
World's Longest Brunch
A Melbourne Food and Wine Festival event celebrating cafe culture and presented by JAZZ apples.
African Music and Cultural Festival
Celebrate the tastes, sounds and rhythms of Africa at the Immigration Musuem.
Melbourne Fashion Hub Pop-up
Showcasing the work of 17 local student and graduate designers.
A feisty and funny play about theatre – making it, loving it and watching it.
Yoga at THE LUME Melbourne
Join Happy Melon Studios for an immersive and multi-sensory yoga experience at THE LUME.
What's on this weekend in Melbourne
Discover things to do in Melbourne this weekend, from free events to exhibitions.
Signature Chef Series
Grab a seat at the table with name chefs at name venues for Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
TIME • RONE
An immersive, multi-sensory installation adorned with Rone’s haunting signature murals.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The brand-new production can now be enjoyed in one magical afternoon or evening.
Crawl and Bite
Melbourne's favourite movable feasts.
NGV Architecture Commission: Temple of Boom
An outdoor installation in the NGV garden inspired by the The Parthenon.
See contemporary, classic and documentary films on the big screen at Library at The Dock.
China – The Past is Present
Highlights from the NGV’s collections of Chinese art and design.
Melbourne Street Art Tours
Local guides treat you to some of Melbourne's underground treasures.
Malthouse Outdoor Stage
Experience the best of live outdoor entertainment at Malthouse Outdoor Stage.
Herbal Tea Workshop
Learn about medicinal herbs and craft your own herbal tea blend
The Rest is Up To You
Step inside the world of Melbourne Fringe and experience 40 years of festival history.
Bourke Street Mall Busking
Meet Melbourne's marvellous musicians and more in the iconic Bourke Street Mall busking spots.
Walsh Street Guided Tour
Explore Robin Boyd’s iconic residence at 290 Walsh Street on a guided tour.
Taste of Asia Festival
Celebrate Melbourne's vibrant Asian food culture at Flagstaff Gardens.
Melbourne Craft Fair
Enjoy a contemporary craft fair at Queen Victoria Market.
Basement Comedy Club: Friday Comedy Festival Preview
Big Friday shows with big name TV comedians on the eve of the Comedy Festival!
Breakfast in Paris Crawl
Sample some of the best coffee, cakes and pastries in the Paris end of the CBD.
Kings of Comedy: Underground, Uncensored, Unrivalled
Stand-up comedy from future stars and celebrity guest headliners.
Live and free fine music at lunchtime on Tuesdays in the city.
Fed Square Crawl
Explore venues close to Fed Square, the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival hub.
Wet Sunday Sessions
Come along for a drink, a swim and a bite and enjoy panoramic views of the Melbourne skyline.
Alexander McQueen: Mind, Mythos, Muse
The first major Australian exhibition to explore the work of fashion designer Alexander McQueen.
Come and see the world's longest running play.
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