HOT: Melbourne Art Book Fair, NGV International, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

Melbourne Art Book Fair is back at NGV International for the second year after a very successful event in 2015 when 16,000 people attended. Tonight was a very busy preview session before the main event this Saturday and Sunday.  Melbourne Art Book Fair is a free event featuring book launches, talks and performances. The Great Hall […]

HOT: South Melbourne Night Market, Cecil and Coventry Streets, South Melbourne

The South Melbourne Night Market is a weekly event that happens every Thursday night over summer on Cecil and Coventry Streets, under the awnings of South Melbourne Market. Until Thursday 10 March, the usually daytime market swings open for selected evening trade on Thursday nights from 5:30-9:30pm. The streets become lively with most street-facing stallholders […]

The HOT List: Lunar New Year 2016 Melbourne

This year the Lunar New Year is Monday 8 February 2016 for the Year of the Monkey. Even if you’re not of Asian descent it’s a great time in Melbourne for festivities and yummy food! Here’s a list of Chinese New Year events in Melbourne: Lunar New Year at Crown – Thu 21 Jan – […]

What’s On – Australia Day Melbourne 2016

Happy Australia Day! Here’s a list of what’s happening around town to celebrate our national day. CBD/DOCKLANDS Australia Day at Wonderland Fun Park (Tue 26 Jan) – free Australia Day temporary tattoos, face painting, sausage sizzle, DJ. Government House Open Day (Tue 26 Jan) – tour the main House,  view the historical collection, interactive INSIDE the BRICK […]

HOT: Post Industrial Design Christmas Windows, 638 Barkly St, West Footscray

Post Industrial Design is a workshop, quirky retail store and cafe run by artist, sculptor and industrial designer Jos van Hulsen and his wife Mary in West Footscray. Last year Jos has created a special Christmas window display in their shopfront and it was so successful that he’s followed it up with another display this year.  […]

Crop Up! at Immigration Museum – Giveaway!

This Sunday 15 November the Immigration Museum will be holding a one-day festival called Crop Up! all about seeds, grains and berries and how they have been used by cultures from around the globe. Explore the use of ancient grains in modern cuisine with celebrated chefs Diego Muñoz of the internationally acclaimed Astrid y Gastón, and […]

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