When you think of Australians in World War One, what comes to mind? A soldier shivering in a trench; a harried nurse steeling herself over a...Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson St, Carlton
This year's inductees – among them AC/DC, Kate Ceberano, John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John – will be honoured with an exhibition at the Arts...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Blue: Alchemy of a colour is an exhibition that aims to explore the meaning and history of the colour blue through intricate textiles, ceramics...NGV International, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Germany in the '80s was a period of intense cultural production and artistic radicalism. The Goethe-Institut's touring exhibition kicks open...RMIT Gallery, 344 Swanston St, Melbourne
Peter Garrett's microphone stand, the 'sorry suits' worn at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, enormous banners and rare photographs are counted among...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Once known as the Ararat Lunatic Asylum, this place was used as a psychiatric institution for 140 years. It was was commissioned in 1860 to...Heath Street, Ararat
Established in 2006, The College of Surgeons' Museum plays an important role in preserving surgical history. Significant, historical events are...250-290 Spring St, East Melbourne
Built in 1847, Como House and Garden is a mix of Australian regency and classic Italianate architecture and today is under the care of the...Cnr Williams Rd & Lechlade Ave, South Yarra
If there’s one thing to know about Dame Nellie Melba – arguably Australia’s most famous opera singer – it’s that the lady had style....673-675 Maroondah Hwy, Coldstream
Although the Hellenic Museum is only six years young, Melbourne’s Greek heritage goes way back. And the artefacts on display at the beautiful...280 William St, Melbourne
Homage to the power and passion of the Napoleonic age.
Titanic sits at second place on the list of highest grossing films of all time. Producer Jon Landau (who also produced the number 1 film on the...
You don't have to leave Melbourne to learn about the four corners of the world. Here are four museums about Melbourne's rich multicultural heritage.
Historian Meyer Eidelson believes every Melbourne street is a theatre.
When the sun goes down, some of Victoria's historic places take on a whole new character. Go bush, don a costume or simply spend the night in...
It’s getting difficult (enjoyably so) to keep track of the many shades of guff Matthew McConaughey seems hell-bent on exploring these days....
Twice before, first with Topsy-Turvy and then with Vera Drake , Mike Leigh has punctuated his bittersweet studies of contemporary life with...
With the release of Django Unchained and now this more restrained slavery-era biopic, much has been made of America’s post-Obama willingness...
Her name is synonymous with cake and guillotines, and she’s been played by everyone from Norma Shearer to Kirsten Dunst. In Benoît...
Ireland has been on Ken Loach’s mind before, first with the 1990 Belfast thriller Hidden Agenda and then his 2006 Irish War of Independence...