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A paella and sangria party at Melbourne's new Basque-inspired (and beachside) restaurant.
You can stomp grapes and drink wine at this pop-up urban winery in Docklands.
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.
Step inside a dazzling and immersive virtual reality experience.
More dancing, more beers and free merch.
Step inside a large-scale light installation to witness a glittering contemporary dance performance.
Slurp up unlimited free oysters every Friday at Richmond's Ugly Duckling.
Choose from 12 different $10 spritzes (and enjoy free cicchetti) every Friday night at Brunetti's Carlton and Flinders Lane stores.
Party with penguins and crocodiles at the aquarium.
Attica is hosting an all-star bake sale — featuring everyone from Kate Reid to Shannon Martinez — to raise money for victims of the Christchurch shooting.
Take a moment to recharge in the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria.
We're finishing our epic art party series with one epic shindig featuring Total Giovanni on the decks.
These New York and UK breweries will head to Australia for the first time — expect Bagel and Schmear IPAs, Mexican Hot Chocolate stouts and banana split croissant-inspired beers.
Head to a free yoga, pilates or spin class at this suburb-wide wellness day.
One of Sydney's best restaurants is popping up on Lygon Street for a four-course Italian feast.
One day. 150 boutique spirits. More than 40 spirit maestros.
Swap your spare change for a stack of books every Sunday at the Queen Victoria Market.
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.
The NGV's summer blockbuster will bring together the Dutch artist and Japanese design studio to create an immersive exhibition of optical illusions.
295 High Street, Nagambie
A lakeside brewery and distillery worthy of a weekend road trip — it's only a 90-minute drive from Melbourne.
1 Palmer Street, Richmond
Helmed by two AFL players and a hospitality veteran, this Richmond spot is serving up pork belly bao and $5 Aperol spritzes (during happy hour).
651 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North
This Carlton North restaurant takes you on a tour of Italy with made-to-order tortelli and fluffy tiramisu.
29 Grattan Street, Carlton
Carlton's palatial home of Italo-American pizza and pasta from the team behind Leonard's House of Love.
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.
121 Lygon Street, Carlton
The acclaimed fine diner has brought its famed Japanese fare from regional Victoria to Carlton.
27 King Street, Melbourne
The CBD venue has reopened in a new and improved location complete with a hidden drinking den.
880 Maroondah Highway, Coldstream
The Neapolitan-style restaurant opens its latest digs — in a winery.
214 Saint Georges Road, Fitzroy North
A charmingly low-key joint with drawing paper on the tables and wallet-friendly negronis, wine carafes and pasta dishes for just $9 a pop.
Level 3, 263 Little Bourke Street , Melbourne
An affordable Southeast Asian eatery and bar with a covetable CBD rooftop.
199 Gertrude St, Fitzroy
A two-storey modern Indian eatery serving up gluten-free naan and spicy 'risotto' in Fitzroy.
110 Chapel Street, Windsor
Windsor's fun Mexican-inspired pizzeria and tequila bar.
25 Preston Street, Preston
The sister cafe to Fitzroy's Sonido boasts an arepa lab out back.
9 Clifton Street, Prahran
An all-day eatery serving up $33 all-you-can-eat Japanese feasts and vibrant Asian-inspired brunches.
Level 1, 301 Swanston Street, Melbourne
A new no-rules CBD barbecue restaurant from the Dexter team.
191 Swan Street, Richmond
This little Richmond eatery is slinging meatball katsu-sandos, donburi bowls, cocktails and rare Japanese sake.
376 Queens Parade, Fitzroy North
A lively new Chilean spot in Fitzroy North with an ex-Rockpool chef.
138 Queensberry Street, Carlton
This Chinese eatery is doing Hakka-style cuisine, with surprising dishes like mapo tofu jaffles, and a Chinese take on the mille feuille.
126 Lygon Street, Brunswick East
The beloved Texan-style barbecue joint's new permanent home.
Upstairs, 122 Russell Street, Melbourne
Embla's rustic upstairs restaurant is primed for feasting and much wine drinking.