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Artist trails and open studio events throughout regional Victoria enable art-aficionados to gain an insight into the world beyond the finished product.
The best things about Melbourne are often easy to miss. These new walking tours lead visitors to some of the city’s hidden treasures.
A one off discovery tour of the wetlands, the Walupka Woka Ride, will give cyclists the rare opportunity to explore North East Victoria with the Yorta Yorta people.
The arts, culture, and environment intersect in the upcoming climate change festival, Arts+Climate=Change 2015.
Discover Victoria’s spooky side with this selection of spine tingling Halloween activities.
Discover Melbourne’s architectural wonders on The Golden Mile Walk and at Open House Melbourne.
Join three of Melbourne’s most highly celebrated cultural institutions in November for some creative inspiration.
For the first time ever in November, visitors to Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges will have the rare opportunity to visit 30 artists private studios and their intimate spaces of creativity and inspiration.
Geelong will be unlocking its most significant buildings and spaces as part of the inaugural Open House Geelong this November.
Several new arts tours have been launched coinciding with the expansion of galleries, artist-run spaces, street art and artists’ studios throughout Melbourne’s inner suburbs and a deluge of major exhibitions appearing in regional Victoria.
Eye-catching outdoor sculpture trails are the latest attraction for cultural tourists keen to seek out a walking experience with a difference, and there’s plenty available for art lovers both in Melbourne and regional Victoria.
The recent movement of creatively inclined tree-changers to Castlemaine and nearby Maldon has seen the Mt Alexander Shire morph into one of Victoria’s most talked-about new artistic hubs.
Melbourne’s art deco architecture has long been a talking point for tourists visiting the city and now visitors can learn more from a noted expert in the field thanks to the new Melbourne Art Deco Architecture tour launched by MELTours.