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MPavilion – Melbourne’s pioneering annual pop-up – is back for a fourth year continuing to blur the boundaries of design, culture and creative collaborations.
For 10 years, locals and visitors alike have been taking a behind-the-scenes look at some of Melbourne’s most interesting, iconic and eye-catching buildings, at the annual Open House Melbourne Weekend.
Melbourne’s events calendar never rests. As the weather warms up, the city gets set to welcome a bevy of world class events.
MPavilion returns to Melbourne in October, this year designed by AL_A, the studio of Stirling Prize–winning architect Amanda Levete.
The arts, culture, and environment intersect in the upcoming climate change festival, Arts+Climate=Change 2015.
With numerous design studios and retail stores located throughout the city, finding an artisan, made-in-Melbourne gift for Christmas is easy.
The charming coastal village of Queenscliff springs to life next month with the 18th annual Queenscliff Music Festival running from November 28 to 30 with top acts such The Jezebels, Xavier Rudd, The Waifs, Kasey Chambers and The Church taking centre stage.
MPavilion is a major new architecture commission and design event for Melbourne, that will see a temporary pavilion constructed annually in the Queen Victoria Memorial Gardens.
Melbourne, Australia has again been recognised as the best city in the world to live, topping the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Index for the fourth year in a row.
History buffs can now discover grand old Melbourne at the touch of their fingers with a free iPhone app that has been developed by the State Library of Victoria.
Melbourne’s creativity bubbles to the surface this winter with a series of blockbuster exhibitions to feed the cultural mind.
The Design Files Open House 2013 is back – with a new home, and lots of fabulous new design pieces to showcase.
Danish architect Sigurd Larsen discovers Melbourne’s cutting-edge architecture.
Discover Victoria’s spooky side with this selection of spine tingling Halloween activities.
The fifth Ballarat International Foto Biennale returns to the city of Ballarat with this year’s event paying tribute to the late photographer John Cato.
The classic Melbourne pub has been given a bold modern makeover.