Designer Dimitria Papafotiou brings Grecian elegance to Melbourne’s doorstep with the launch of DIIDA’s first retail store.
Spring is the season for memorable sporting moments in Melbourne. This year, there are some new additions to the sporting calendar to ignite our competitive steak.
Penguins are not the only ones with feathers on Phillip Island this month. For the third year, burlesque is back with the 2016 Phillip Island Burlesque Festival (7–10 July 2016). […]
Opera Australia’s largest and most ambitious production returns to Melbourne in 2016.
Less than an hour and a half from Melbourne, Barwon Heads has long been a popular family holiday destination and year round there are many reasons to visit, with gourmet food and wine options, cosy accommodation and plenty of activities to choose from.
Melbourne’s brisk and bright winter days are perfect for picnicking amongst nature, wildlife and heritage gardens.
From patisseries to brasseries to crêperies, here are 10 of the best French eateries to frequent on Bastille Day, or following a visit to Degas: A New Vision, the National Gallery of Victoria’s latest exhibition celebrating one of the great French Impressionists.
As a UNESCO City of Literature, Melbourne offers many opportunities to curl up with a good book – or to spend time with someone who has written one.
Whether it’s from a goat, sheep or cow, blue, soft, covered in ash or school aged – Victoria says yes please to cheese.
Adelphi’s dessert bar, Om Nom has launched a new cocktail menu featuring concoctions that can be sipped, eaten and inhaled.
In a world first, Bendigo Art Gallery will present Dark Wonderland, showcasing the much-celebrated twenty-year career of renowned Australian fashion designer Toni Maticevski.
The ultimate winter experience can be found closer to the city of Melbourne than one might expect. Here are some of the best ways to embrace the chill this winter.
White Night will return to Melbourne for the fourth year running on 18 February 2017, and for the first time ever, the all-night festivities will extend to regional Victoria: Ballarat will host its own White Night, two weeks after the Melbourne event, on 4 March 2017.
From the roar of the water and white-water rapids to the towering cliffs and dark lagoons, Victoria’s waterfalls have been capturing imaginations for thousands of years. With rainfall at its highest throughout winter and spring, there is no better time of year to check them out.
Ben Shewry of Attica talks about what makes Melbourne a culinary capital.
Melbourne has been confirmed as the host city for the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards in 2017.