Recently appointed Food and Wine Victoria CEO, Anthea Loucas Bosha reflects on her first year at the helm of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
No need to lament the end of summer, autumn is rich with appetising possibilities. Read on for a selection of the upcoming food & wine festivals.
Don’t delay. Hop in the car or get on a train and head to some of our regional centres to experience the brilliant art on offer.
NGV's new exhibition, Between Two Worlds, is a world-first. We chat to one of the curators involved in bringing it to Melbourne.
In 2018 we visited many festivals, events and exhibitions across Victoria, cameras at the ready.
Victoria will play host to a number of festivals and events this summer, so read our preview to find out what’s on offer.
VIDEO: Bendigo is set to soar to new heights with direct flights between Sydney and Bendigo announced last week by QantasLink.
WATCH THE VIDEO: A new exhibition at Melbourne’s Immigration Museum explores the concept of love.
Two new lunar experiences are being launched at Museum Victoria’s Scienceworks this summer.
Have you heard of experiential tourism? With the help of Visit Victoria we have a summary of some of the best tourist ‘experiences’ in Victoria.
The Spring Racing Carnival is a Victorian manufacturer’s time to shine with bespoke fashion headwear and socks to food, wine and transport.
A new exhibition, Perfection, is affirming our city as an innovative leader in technology.
The first of Melbourne’s new series of Art Trams took to the tracks in Richmond today. View our gallery of images from the launch event.
The Royal Melbourne Show is a beloved Melbourne event. This year Agriculture Victoria are one of the sponsors. We capture some of the highlights.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Bendigo was in celebration mode recently, with not one but two major events, and we were there to capture the highlights.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Regional Victorian theme park, Gumbaya World, last week announced stages two and three of a major redevelopment project.
For a road trip with a quirky art angle, head to the 200 km Silo Art Trail in the Wimmera Mallee.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Meet acclaimed ballet dancer Li Cunxin, profiled in an Immigration Museum exhibition that traces his journey from China to Australia.