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Melbourne's two masters of cheap pizza are hosting free pizza parties, simultaneously.
Melbourne's observation wheel will become a windmill of sky-high gig venues for this special Melbourne Music Week event.
Electronic producer Elisabeth Dixon turns Birrarung Marr's Federation Bells into the hero instrument for this free dance party.
Step through the inimitable actor's career every Friday night — from the original 'Bill and Ted' to the first 'John Wick' flick.
Scienceworks will stay open late for a night of disco, drinks and gravitational waves.
A Vietnamese twist on brunch, with optional bottomless cocktails.
Hawthorn's rooftop cinema returns.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
Spend a Sunday in the park tasting wine, beer, cider, cheese and ice cream.
Heaps Gay and Rock City have teamed up to throw the ultimate queer party for Melbourne Music Week.
Celebrate Melbourne's Polish community with traditional music, vodka and a couple of plates of pierogi.
A cinematic celebration of a movie master.
The Art Gallery of NSW's summer exhibition will showcase the works of two monumental Japanese artists: Takashi Murakami and Katsushika Hokusai.
See St. Paul’s Cathedral transformed into a grand gig space, with Chadwick working her magic on the T.C Lewis pipe organ.
Get bendy (or sweaty) in the CBD's new sky-high park without spending a cent at these free weekly classes.
Time for another year of balmy Wednesday nights at the Queen Vic Market.
Part charity event, part cocktail party.
Di Stasio Citta
45 Spring Street, Melbourne
Part art gallery, party Italian restaurant, this CBD is the second outpost of St Kilda's Cafe Di Stasio.
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Level 3, Crown Towers, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
Heston's take on classic Victorian dishes will have you wondering why they went out of style in the first place.
4285 Cape Otway Road, Birregurra
Dan Hunter's acclaimed Great Ocean Road fine diner.
4 Lord Street, Richmond
Down a narrow street just off Bridge Road, there is a quiet oasis of calm — and a journey to be taken.
Level 89, Eureka Tower, 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank
Degustation dining with one hell of a view.
187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
First-rate feasting with experience, elegance and eloquence.
Cutler & Co.
55-57 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
Fine dining at one of the best restaurants in the country.
The Royal Mail Hotel
98 Parker Street, Dunkeld
The Royal Mail Hotel plates up intelligent food from a serious kitchen in the 'middle of nowhere'.