Grab a few mates, assign a designated driver and put your heads together to complete an Insomnia Race game. The Insomnia Race can be...Around Melbourne , Around Melbourne, Melbourne
As part of NAIDOC Week (July 5-7), you're invited to encounter the traditions of the oldest living culture in the world. This family-friendly...Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, Birdwood Ave, South Yarra
In 2008, Open House Melbourne unlocked the doors to eight CBD locations. This year, the not-for-profit organisation is opening over 100 locations...Around Melbourne , Around Melbourne, Melbourne
Next time you rise up the escalators of Melbourne Central Station and find yourself in the heart of the shopping centre, try to imagine that all...Melbourne Central, Cnr LaTrobe & Swanston St, Melbourne
We don't actually believe in ghosts, but tales of murder and mishap and the opportunity to explore the Sidney Myer Music Bowl and the Arts Centre...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Take a walk through the park and see the awesome canopy of Mountain Ash trees or take a picnic by the picturesque lake and quaint boathouse. The...Sherbrooke Rd, Dandenong
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
Set amongst 66 acres of vineyards and orchards in the goldfields of Victoria, the Bress farm turns out wines, ciders, and all sorts of produce,...3894 Calder Hwy, Castlemaine
Cardinia Reservoir Park is a great place for a family day out. Have a picnic among the trees or by the lake, enjoy the panoramic views from the...Wellington Rd, Dandenong
This park lies in the heart of Emerald in the Dandenong Ranges about an hours drive east of Melbourne. The park is home to the Puffing Billy, a...Emerald Lake Park Rd, Gembrook
A crash course in beer.
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Art consultant and guide Bernadette Alibrando takes us through her twilight walking tours through the paint-splattered streets of Melbourne.