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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.
This pop-up beach bar in Port Melbourne will be here for a good time, not a long time.
A heap of Melbourne restaurants are offering half-price meals for eight weeks.
JK Rowling's acclaimed two-part West End play has landed in Melbourne.
Explore the aquarium's luminous jellyfish exhibition after dark — and with a cocktail in hand.
Thornbury Picture House is hosting a film festival that pairs double features with gin cocktails.
Watch a rom-com from a 39-degree geothermal pool at the Peninsula Hot Springs.
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.
This openair cinema will take over a Melbourne park for three weeks of free films.
The NGV is hosting a one-off mass meditation underneath Kaws' seven-metre-tall bronze sculpture.
This series of dog-friendly pilates classes are completely free.
Meet a koala, listen to live music.
Catch psychedelic acts across three stages, including Alan Fitzpatrick, Carl Cox, Ann Clue, Hidden Empire and Reinier Zonneveld.
All of the molluscs you can stomach.
You'll be able to watch movies from bed at the St Kilda foreshore this summer.
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.
Common Ground Project
675 Anglesea Road, Freshwater Creek
A community farm and cafe in Geelong run by the team behind Top Paddock and Higher Ground.
St Collins Lane, Level Two, 260 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD
Melbourne's tonkotsu ramen experts have opened an outpost inside St Collins Lane.
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.
111 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
A CBD basement bar serving up French bistro food and cocktails until 5am.
3/178 Bourke Street, Melbourne
This CBD spot combines budget eats — including $9.90 lunchtime pho — with sophisticated surrounds.
Daughter In Law
37/41 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
Jessi Singh's rule-breaking Indian restaurant has naan pizza and 70s Bollywood tunes.
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.
El Camino Cantina
222 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
Fitzroy's colourful Tex-Mex joint with giant cocktails from the Rockpool Dining Group.
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.
Casa N.O.M Bar y Restaurante
110 Greville Street, Prahran
A mezcal bar with a broad-ranging Latin American snack menu in Prahran.
297 Barkly Street, Footscray
This nostalgia-heavy in Footscray pie shop serves up with Milos, vanilla slice and lasagne-filled pies.
300 Smith Street, Collingwood
Chef Scott Pickett's Collingwood pasta bar with spanner crab lasagne, squid ink linguine and a 120-strong wine list.
850 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill
You'll find beer ramen, 'smashed avo' mousse and salmon-stuffed matcha cones at this Box Hill eatery.
350 Drummond Street, Carlton
Carlton's temple of tacos, tequila and handmade tortillas.
228 Irving Street, Footscray
A pint-sized coffee pitstop, slinging A Plus Coffee beans, bagels and sandwiches right near Footscray Station.
Grounds of Arcadia
The Hellenic Museum, 280 William Street, Melbourne
A Greek restaurant inside an award-winning silver cube in the courtyard of The Hellenic Museum.
1 York Street, Fitzroy North
A sun-lit Italian corner spot open from morning till night.