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Enjoy one boozy ingredient done six different ways.
American barbecue meets modern Chinese for this one-off, beer-matched feast.
Create your own tropical plant oasis while sipping craft beer and eating Korean-style fried chook.
Get bendy for just $1 every weekday at this CBD hub — and help raise money for 'The Big Issue'.
Catch the cult-favourite 80s musical on the big screen while sipping on an Orange Whip.
Stock up on summer reading material for pocket change at this charity sale.
Eat, drink and peruse your way around Bendigo, while supporting some of its rockstar female producers.
An eight-night festival of horror with haunted houses, roving zombies and plenty of liquid courage at Luna Park.
Step through the inimitable actor's career every Friday night — from the original 'Bill and Ted' to the first 'John Wick' flick.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
Watch The Australian Ballet bring to life the timeless romance tale of 'Giselle' for free in Gippsland.
Get ready for Halloween with an entire night of back-to-back horror films.
Prepare for a feast of nuggets — in burgers, with doughnuts and even on pizza.
Sydney's Butter teams up with Kong for a one-off feast of fried chicken and fancy bubbles.
Catch classic episodes of the 90s sitcom on the big screen at this marathon viewing session.
For all of October, Fatto is hosting a spring-appropriate riverside lunch — with unlimited rosé — every Sunday.
A cinematic celebration of a movie master.
You don't need a golden ticket to enjoy this 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'-themed dessert and cocktail bar.
The burger joint is slinging $5 American cheeseburgers at its three stores to celebrate its birthday.
Get bendy (or sweaty) in the CBD's new sky-high park without spending a cent at these free weekly classes.
173 High Street, Prahran
Prahran's hidden speakeasy doesn't have a cocktail menu — or a front door, for that matter.
12 Meyers Place, Melbourne
A glamorous 1920s speakeasy that exudes a little extra cheek.