Phryne Fisher inspires envy and awe: she's a detective, likes fast cars and faster men and has a killer sense of style. She's also fictional and...Ripponlea Estate, 192 Hotham St, Elsternwick
This NAIDOC Week (July 5-12), see works by three generations of Indigenous artists at Punuku Tjukurpa . The first touring exhibition from the...Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson St, Carlton
Fittingly, the exhibition is titled David Bowie Is – a reference to his constantly shifting identities, myriad artistic projects and the fact...ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
Orry-Kelly (born 1897 and known as Orry George Kelly to his folks) was a knockabout lad from NSW beach town Kiama, who somehow ended up living...ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
A venue of Museum Victoria, developed to empower Aboriginal people to interpret their own cultural heritage for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous...11 Nicholson St, Carlton
One of the most astounding stories of Australian immigration is told right here in Melbourne, at the Chinese Museum. In the mid-1800s, during the...22 Cohen Pl, 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
Using first-hand accounts, real-life imagery and memorabilia, the true stories of people who have migrated to Victoria are recounted in this...400 Flinders St, Melbourne
This museum celebrates Indigenous art and culture of the south-eastern region of Australia with three gallery spaces. Works in the Koorie Heritage...295 King St, Melbourne
Time Out gets in touch with Melbourne’s roots and finds five key sites that recognise and celebrate our city’s Indigenous history.
Time Out talks to V&A curator Geoffrey Marsh about bringing Bowie’s career to life, but not in the way that visitors expect.