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The UK singer-songwriter is marking the release of his 11th studio album with a tour Down Under.
Six Melbourne bars are doing half-price espresso martinis each Friday in April.
Over 100 venues around the city will be filled with Australia's — and the world's — best comedians for three and a half weeks.
MONA's immersive ode to the radical artists of post-war Germany.
Try Victoria's best beers and wines at this grown-up (and boozy) Easter hunt.
The boutique festival — headlined by Client Liaison, Angus and Julia Stone and Hockey Dad — will complement the World Surf League Championships in Torquay.
While away a Saturday afternoon by the river with this failsafe summer combination.
Coming to Australia for the first time, this exhibit features 200 original objects from the 'Star Wars' series.
Sip potions, hang out in magic-themed booths and peruse spell books.
A giant floating sculpture of the moon, complete with NASA imagery on its surface, will take over Scienceworks.
Melbourne Zoo will transform into an immersive wonderland of light installations for two weeks in April.
Featuring everything from 'See My Vest' to 'Monorail' to 'We Put The Spring in Springfield'
The Queen Vic Market has launched a new European market, with currywurst, flamenco dancing and a Brexit bar, for autumn.
11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
The Melbourne music institution has made its long-awaited return with an incredible refurb featuring 12 bars, two restaurants and three live music stages across its six levels.
27 King Street, Melbourne
The CBD venue has reopened in a new and improved location complete with a hidden drinking den.
Basement, Georges Building, 168 Collins Street, Melbourne
This basement CBD venue has a Vietnamese-inspired food and drinks menu by MasterChef Khanh Ong.
367 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
A CBD wine bar and Italian eatery from the pasta kings next door at Tipo 00.
390 Smith Street, Collingwood
A Fitzroy cafe that's also a brewery, a roastery and a deli.
211 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
Andrew McConnell's refined pub offers British-inflected fare, a strong wine selection and a lovely little courtyard.
67 Bendigo Street, Prahran
Prahran's favourite old Duck flies again.
367 Smith Street, Collingwood
A little slice of Spain on Smith Street.
190 Smith Street, Collingwood
Serving sake rather than beer, Collingwood's newest pub is distinctly Japanese.
49 Rathdowne Street, Carlton
The epitome of European hospitality.
389 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
Oriental dining edging towards Brunswick Street royalty.
184 High Street, Prahran
Start an affair with Charlie's dumplings.
14 Meyers Place, Melbourne
Inspired by Argentina’s vibrant culture, San Telmo offers authentic food and wine to match.
St Kilda Sea Baths, 10-18 Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda
Drink rum punch under the new retractable roof — while staring out at one of Melbourne's best beachfront views.
Level 1, Transport Hotel, Federation Square, Melbourne
A new era of dining at Taxi.
51 Gipps Street, Collingwood
Oysters, absinthe, smoked meat and a 24-hour licence.
333 Burnley Street, Richmond
A Melbourne gastro-discovery that one can only be shown and not told.
82 High Street, Prahran
Enjoy good old fashioned pub food from the comfort of a concrete pipe.
231 Smith Street, Fitzroy
Go for the food, stay for the view at this Smith Street stalwart.
Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
A Japanese sharing menu and a killer sake list.