31st Oct 2020 – 28th Feb 2021
Lakeside at Carousel
The Half Acre team is popping up with picnic rugs and striped umbrellas on the lawns by Albert Park Lake. Expect meze platters with chicken shawarma and falafel; hot jam doughnuts; and Espresso Martinis and Margaritas. Plus, you can even hire your own bartender.
4th Mar 2021
+39 Pizzeria x That’s Amore
Cheesy dishes star in this four-course degustation, featuring focaccia, fondue, pizza and more.
+39 Pizzeria and Antipasteria, Melbourne
18th Feb – 7th Mar 2021
Photo 2021: International Festival of Photography
The photography of more than 120 artists will be on display across 65 cultural institutions, galleries and outdoor spaces, including 500 metres of Metro Tunnel hoarding covered in new work from international photogs. And it's all free.
14th Feb – 14th Mar 2021
Lune Croissanterie Hot Suburbs Delivery
If you live more than five kilometres from the Fitzroy croissanterie, you can now order classic croissants and pains au chocolat; limited-edition, online-only pastries; and more. But you’ll have to get lucky with the suburb picks.
Lune Croissanterie, Fitzroy
Prince Dining Room, St Kilda
10th Feb – 6th Apr 2021
The Piccolina Gelato Project: Eight Chefs in Eight Weeks
Eight of Victoria's top chefs are collaborating with Piccolina on three bespoke flavours each, available for seven days only. First up: jasmine tea custard and Hong Kong milk tea gelato from Lee Ho Fook's Victor Liong. And later: flavours from Embla's Dave Verheul, Shannon Martinez, Tom Sarafian and more. Each shop will remain scooping throughout Melbourne's five-day lockdown.
19th Dec 2020 – 18th Apr 2021
A soaring, mirrored sculpture of a Roman goddess by Jeff Koons; a chapel-like structure in the garden by renowned French artist JR; and a gallery wrapped in fruit-covered wallpaper. They’re just three of the 86 projects by more than 100 artists and designers.
NGV International, Southbank
18th Feb – 19th Dec 2021
Mirka at the Jewish Museum of Australia
The exhibition goes beyond the artist’s paintings, highlighting never-shown works, historical mementos and drawings that’ll immerse you in the Melbourne icon’s world of art, food and famous friends. Plus, a soundscape that uses Mirka’s own voice will guide you through the space.