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A full-scale temporary working replica of one of the greatest theatres in history, the second Shakespeare’s Globe, will soon pop-up near the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne.
From listening to live music to viewing rare artefacts and getting involved in literary debates, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Melbourne without spending a penny.
From slick, modern dining rooms with city views to eclectic spaces built for fun, Melbourne’s hotels excel at delivering high quality epicurean experiences infused with creative flair.
The NGV’s forthcoming gala event is the perfect excuse to splash out on an all-new look at one of Melbourne’s fashion hotspots.
A sweet addition to Melbourne’s retail scene
New openings in Brunswick East make a compelling reason for a tram ride north.
With Shannon Bennett of Vue de monde opening Benny Burger this week, the burger trend shows no signs of waning in bun hungry Melbourne.
Kids are well-looked after at all the major arts institutions in the city with exhibitions targeted at young culture vultures.
A central figure in most Australian cities and towns, the local pub is a place to celebrate.
How to take a date from ‘drinks and nibbles’ to ’24 hours of romance’ in one impressive swoop.
As Melbourne gears up for the blockbuster South American Derby between Brazil and Argentina, it’s not only Neymar vs Messi that will entertain soccer fans in Melbourne, the city’s South American inspired entertainments provide muchos frivolity for visitors and locals alike.
Melbourne maintains a long-standing love affair with all things French, and Bastille Day (July 14) provides the perfect opportunity for Francophiles to say ‘Bonjour!’ to all things French.
Whether it’s Mother’s Day (May 14th Australia) or not, Melbourne provides every reason to extend celebrations of the mother to a full and memorable day out for the whole family.
Launching in June, the Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour will be just that – the ultimate foodie tour.
A ground-breaking celebration of Aboriginal culture and indigenous arts.
Two of Melbourne’s dining institutions have recently gone under the knife, and not in the way one might expect. Both Cutler & Co., and Attica have had their interiors stripped back, re-designed, and are now re-defining dining room aesthetic.