A selection of six of the best events from a thoroughly stellar line-up, happening at Midsumma Festival between 19 April and 5 May.
When the moon rises above the horizon from 26 May to 6 June, the city of Melbourne will come alive after dark with a new winter festival.
A new guide for prospectors has just been released, full of tips and tricks for anyone interested in having some fossicking fun.
Mirka Mora’s famously colourful, uplifting art spanning a 70-year career celebrates love, hope and resilience.
VIDEO: The Mallacoota bushfires destroyed Carol & Paul family business, but a grant from the Victorian Government helped them get back on their feet.
VIDEO: The new and improved Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) at Federation Square is now open. Take our tour.
After its first season was cut short in 2020 due to coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, Come From Away has made an emotional return to the stage.
In the mood for a cultural fix over the holiday season? Look no further. These five regional galleries have you sorted.
Gargarro Regional Botanic Garden is set to be a major attraction for the Goulburn Valley and Loddon Mallee region.
A Geelong café reveals how the COVIDSafe plan is helping business.
VIDEO: While we can’t visit the National Gallery of Victoria at the moment, you still have an opportunity to see the exhibition online.
Support Victoria's bushfire-affected regions. Discover Visit Victoria's recommendations for the High Country.
VIDEO: Bendigo is home to the largest Buddhist monument in the western world after the addition of a decorative four-metre finial on top.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Melburnians are helping those who need it most following the bushfires.
Feed your mind and soul, and be inspired by all things arty at these regional exhibitions over the coming months.
After fire gutted Carlton's La Mama Theatre last year, we speak to Co-CEO & Creative Director Liz Jones about the rebuild.
The Sunshine Silos Projection Festival celebrated the area’s rich industrial history, cultural diversity and enthusiasm for community projects.
Sally Capp will present the keynote address at the Future Female conference, focusing on international women studying in Victoria.