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The Art Gallery of NSW's summer exhibition will showcase the works of two monumental Japanese artists: Takashi Murakami and Katsushika Hokusai.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
You don't need a golden ticket to enjoy this 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'-themed dessert and cocktail bar.
A four-day festival in Melbourne's CBD dedicated to the city's best bubble tea makers.
Salute the sun first thing on a Tuesday morning.
The two 90s and 00s stars coming to Melbourne for a a boombastic nostalgic show.
Make a trip to Geelong and catch a film under the stars — beer in hand.
Spend a balmy night browsing stalls with a beer and vegan gelato.
Spend four evenings listening to free live music and downing sangria at Dandenong's new night market.
Check out the gallery's Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition after hours — with the added bonus of live music, performances and G&Ts.
Summer is officially here with the return of Melbourne Zoo's gig program.
Devour a five-course gelato degustation and discover the secrets behind Messina's sweet treats.
A 12-hour Lunar New Year celebration with hawker-style markets, 300-person tai chi performances and a roaming dragon dance.
Float down the Yarra or the Maribyrnong on a blow-up boat with 1999 others.
This OTT burlesque is the all-singing all-stripping Star Wars show you never knew you needed.
This rainbow parade will celebrate 25 years of solidarity in diversity.
Catch barbecue demonstrations, browse food pop-ups and help pick the winner of the esteemed Prahran Market Sausage Competition
Stock up on filled cannoli, French baguettes and homemade sausage rolls while raising funds for bushfire relief.
288 Smith Street, Collingwood
You'll find sourdough baguettes, chocolate-halva brownies and egg and cheese muffins at the Bar Liberty Team's Collingwood bakery.
796 High Street, Thornbury
Dipping chips into ice cream is encouraged at this bright orange Thornbury spot.
6 Railway Parade, Murrumbeena
This Murrumbeena warehouse is now a cafe serving brunch pavlova and crackling-stuffed roast chicken rolls.
246 High Street, Ashburton
Homemade crumpets and a dog-friendly courtyard await at this sunny Ashburton cafe.
132 Keys Road, Cheltenham
Stop by this solar-powered cafe for vegan treats, peanut butter bagels, bottles of house-made hot sauce and (soon) after-work cocktails on Fridays.
379 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
Everything from this Fitzroy supermarket and cafe — from the doughnuts to the dumplings, 'fried chicken' and condensed milk — is vegan.
Shop 1B, 26 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
This CBD hole-in-the-wall is serving up a cheesy Korean snack on a stick.
76-78 Bridge Road, Richmond
A friendly neighbourhood osteria with buckwheat gnocchi, non-alcoholic pét-nat and a next-level tiramisu.
5 Little La Trobe Street, Melbourne
This CBD cafe is devoted entirely to the golden breakfast snack.
The Glen Shopping Centre, K31, L1, 235 Springvale Road , Glen Waveley
A futuristic coffee shop and patisserie hidden inside a shopping centre.
Ether Coffee + Kitchen
7 51 Military Road, Avondale Heights
Avondale Heights' lush cafe with a dangerously yolky breakfast burger.
16/45 Collins Street, Melbourne
The beloved Brunswick East spot has reopened in the CBD — now with gin-spiked chips, bowls of gnocchi and a cake trolley.
Maker & Monger
Shop 98, Prahran Market, 163 Commercial Road, South Yarra
This cheesy haven inside Prahran Market is part-shop, part-cafe — and all cheese.
297 Barkly Street, Footscray
This nostalgia-heavy in Footscray pie shop serves up with Milos, vanilla slice and lasagne-filled pies.
228 Irving Street, Footscray
A pint-sized coffee pitstop, slinging A Plus Coffee beans, bagels and sandwiches right near Footscray Station.
1 York Street, Fitzroy North
A sun-lit Italian corner spot open from morning till night.
Dari Korean Cafe and Bar
27-29 Hardware Lane, Melbourne
The CBD cafe serving up a jam and salad sandwich made famous by K-pop stars.
Ground Level, T&G Building, 161 Collins Street, Melbourne
An all-day CBD dining hub from the team behind Top Paddock and Higher Ground.
176 Chapel Street, Windsor
This dessert store is dedicated entirely to Greek doughnuts — they come topped with Nutella, Oreos and ice cream.
279 Victoria Street, West Melbourne
Hand-strained miso soup, Tokyo coffee and traditional Japanese fare in West Melbourne.