Historical Locations & Tours


Melbourne places of historical importance including locations, events, festival, open days, re-enactments and rallies.

Also see History of Melbourne | Historical Societies | History Tours | Ghost Tours

Subscribe to OnlyMelbourne's FREE Newsletter, a weekly guide covering What's On in Melbourne out every Tuesday!

Advertise your Historical Event (free)! | What's On Calendar


 

 1,000 Steps | Kokoda Track Memorial Walk 1,000 Steps | Kokoda Track Memorial Walk
The 1000 Steps Kokoda Track Memorial Walk is a unique tourist spot located in the Dandenong Ranges National Park at Mt Dandenong. The track was created in the early 1900's made from the trunks of tree ferns laid along the wetter areas of the track to make the climb a little Read more..

View Profile | Upper Ferntree Gully


 Abbotsford Convent Guided Tours Abbotsford Convent Guided Tours
Every Sunday
Take a tour of the Abbotsford Convent! Experience the Convent’s unique history as you walk around its 6.8 hectares and enter some of its astounding buildings. Social History Tour The guided social history tour provides an introduction to the development of the Abbotsford Conv Read more..

Online | View Profile | Abbotsford | Abbotsford Convent


 Altona Homestead Altona Homestead
The Altona Homestead was the first Homestead in this area. Construction of the building commenced in 1842 on an area of land now known as the R.J. Logan Reserve. Then owned by Alfred and Sarah Langhorne, the first settlers of Altona. Alfred Langhorne arrived in Port Phil Read more..

View Profile | Altona


 Altona Homestead | Open Altona Homestead | Open
Every Tuesday
The Altona Homestead was the first Homestead in this area. Altona Homestead is open on Tuesdays 11am till 2pm. Devonshire Tea is served on the 1st Sunday of the month. Entry is free, however any donation is greatly appreciated Group and School bookings: by appointment C Read more..

View Profile | Altona | Altona Homestead


 Ambleside Park Ambleside Park
The land on which the homestead now stands is part of Crown allotment 56K of the Parish of Scoresby. The property originally consisted of 210 acres from Olivebank Road north along Forest Road to what is now Boronia Road then north easterly to Nyora Road. William Edwards was grant Read more..

View Profile | Ferntree Gully


 Ambleside Park | Local History Museum Ambleside Park | Local History Museum
Every Thursday, Friday, Sunday
The Ambleside Park Museum is open on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. Ambleside Park Museum is a local history museum housed in a century old farmhouse. Two of the rooms contain displays depicting a parlor and a bedroom early in the twentieth century. The School Photograph Read more..

View Profile | Ferntree Gully | Ambleside Park


 Banyule Homestead Banyule Homestead
Banyule Homestead or Banyule House has long been one of the landmark buildings in Heidelberg. The gothic-style mansion was constructed in 1846 by one of the overlanders from Sydney, Joseph Hawdon and it is, in fact, one of the oldest surviving houses in Victoria. Constru Read more..

View Profile | Heidelberg


 Barwon Grange Barwon Grange
Barwon Grange is a place in an elegant early Victorian suburban villa built for upper middle class merchant, property financier and banker, Jonathan Porter O'Brien. This property captures and conserves a particular interval of time - a tableau from August 1855 to July 1856 - Read more..

View Profile | Newtown


 Barwon Park Mansion Barwon Park Mansion
Imposing bluestone mansion built in the 1860s for Thomas Austin, its first owner. The property comprised 12,000 hectares, and was noted for its sheep and horses. Barwon Park was built by Thomas Austin, and completed in 1871. A magnificent building which has had much restorati Read more..

View Profile | Winchelsea


 Barwon Park Mansion | Open Barwon Park Mansion | Open
Every Wednesday, Sunday
Historic Barwon Park Mansion is an imposing bluestone mansion built in the 1860s for Thomas Austin its first owner. The property comprised 12000 hectares and was noted for its sheep and horses. Open every Wednesday and Sunday 11am to 4pm. Group tours available by appointmen Read more..

View Profile | Winchelsea | Barwon Park Mansion


 Beleura | House & Garden Beleura | House & Garden
Beleura is an exceptional place. The Tallis Family Summer House for many decades and from 1950 John Tallis' home, it houses an amazing collection of items. When John Tallis died in 1996 he left his house Beleura at Mornington to the people of Victoria, requesting it become a hou Read more..

View Profile | Mornington


 Billilla Mansion Billilla Mansion
Billilla mansion was built in 1878 by Robert Wright on land owned by Nicholas Were. Brighton City Council (now Bayside City Council) purchased Billilla mansion to retain the building and sites historical significance. Although now leased by Xavier College, the general pub Read more..

View Profile | Brighton


 Black Rock House Black Rock House
Built in 1856 by Victoria's first Auditor-General, Charles Hotson Ebden as a seaside holiday residence, Black Rock House is now owned by Bayside City Council. Black Rock House offers a unique window into the past. In 1854, Charles Ebden purchased 122 acres of Boon wurrung coun Read more..

View Profile | Black Rock


 Blood on the Southern Cross Blood on the Southern Cross
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Still the Hottest Show in Town! ‘Blood on the Southern Cross’ is an explosive multi-million dollar sound-and-light show like nothing you’ve ever seen before! The story of the Eureka Rebellion, a dramatic battle between gold miners and Government forces at Ballarat on 3 Dece Read more..

Online | View Profile | Ballarat | Sovereign Hill | Ballarat


 Bolobek Bolobek
Bolobek, a magnificent heritage property nestled in the foothills of Mt Macedon in Victoria, has inspired Australian gardeners for more than a century. Bolobek is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register for its importance aesthetically, historically, architecturally and for Read more..

View Profile | Macedon


 Bundoora Homestead Bundoora Homestead
Built in 1899, Bundoora Homestead is a magnificent Queen Anne style Federation mansion operating as a historic house, art gallery and cafe, registered by Heritage Victoria and certified by the National Trust. Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is the public art gallery for the City Read more..

View Profile | Bundoora


 Bundoora Homestead | Open Bundoora Homestead | Open
Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Built in 1899 Bundoora Homestead is a magnificent Queen Anne style Federation mansion operating as a historic house art gallery and cafe. Bundoora Homestead’s café offers a seasonal menu of fresh market and quality commercial produce. Set amidst heritage gardens and located in Read more..

View Profile | Bundoora | Bundoora Homestead


 Burnham Beeches Burnham Beeches
Burnham Beeches is a mansion in Sherbrooke, built for Aspro-brand sales magnate Alfred Nicholas. The 1930's Art Deco mansion and surrounding gardens [Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens] was owned by Alfred Nicholas, a philanthropist who, along with his brother George (1884-1960) Read more..

View Profile | Sherbrooke


 Cemetery | Ghost Tours & Walks  Cemetery | Ghost Tours & Walks

 City Watch House City Watch House
The former City Watch House operated as Melbourne's central custody centre or 'holding place' for people arrested and awaiting trial. For almost a century, every person arrested in Melbourne was lodged in the City Watch House opposite the Russell Street Police Station. To Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Como House & Garden Como House & Garden
A stone’s throw away from Melbourne’s shopping mecca and perched high above the Yarra River lies the sanctuary of Como. Boasting one of Melbourne’s finest garden, an inspiring historic mansion and an impressive collection of antique furniture, the property provides a glimpse Read more..

View Profile | South Yarra


 Como House | Tours Como House | Tours
When: 3rd of September 2016 To 4th of September 2016
Como House is open for guided tours covering the history of Como House and the families that have lived on the property. They run for approximately 45 minutes. Tickets will be available for purchase online (below) and from Como Shop in the servants Courtyard opposite the St Read more..

Online | View Profile | South Yarra | Como House & Garden


 Cooks' Cottage | Open & Tours Cooks' Cottage | Open & Tours
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Cooks' Cottage is rebuilt in the picturesque Fitzroy Gardens to commemorate the voyages of Captain James Cook discoverer of Australia. Opening hours Monday to Sunday: 9am to 5pm Cooks' Cottage is not open Christmas Day. Last visitor admitted 4.45pm. Admission Prices (Su Read more..

View Profile | East Melbourne | Cooks' Cottage


 Coolart Homestead Coolart Homestead
Coolart Homestead is a magnificent late Victorian mansion situated on the shores of Westernport. In the superb grounds are ever-changing wetlands that you can view from the observatory, and a lagoon where thousands of Australian white ibis nest every year. Explore the old out Read more..

View Profile | Somers


 Coolart Homestead | Open Coolart Homestead | Open
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Coolart Homestead is a magnificent late Victorian mansion situated on the shores of Westernport. Opening Hours: Coolart is open 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily except Christmas Day New Years Day and Good Friday. Access is via Lord Somers Road Somers. Read more..

View Profile | Somers | Coolart Homestead


 Coombe | Melba Estate Coombe | Melba Estate
Once the home of Dame Nellie Melba, Coombe is a property with an unrivalled provenance. Seven acres of stunning gardens and beautifully appointed facilities in the restored motor house and clock tower offer a truly unique gourmet and cultural experience. Coombe Yarra Valle Read more..

View Profile | Coldstream


 Cooper's Settlement Cooper's Settlement
Cooper's Settlement is located in the largest park in the Northern suburbs, Bundoora Park - 15 kilometres from the centre of Melbourne. When you visit the Settlement you can experience a variety of activities that children will want to revisit and families will enjoy together. Read more..

View Profile | Bundoora


 Cooper's Settlement | Open Cooper's Settlement | Open
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Cooper's Settlement is open 7 days a week all year round. Cooper's Settlement is located within the largest park in the Northern suburbs Bundoora Park. When you visit the Settlement you can experience a variety of activities that children will want to revisit and families w Read more..

View Profile | Bundoora | Cooper's Settlement


 David Collins David Collins
Colonel David Collins (3 March 1756 – 24 March 1810) was the first Lieutenant Governor of the Colony of Van Diemens Land, founded in 1804 (Tasmania). Collins established the first ever settlement in the state of Victoria at Sullivan Bay in 1803. Sullivan Bay lies 60 km due sou Read more..

View Profile | Sorrento


 Dromkeen Dromkeen
Gallery – Cafe/Tea Room – Event Venue - Built in 1889, Dromkeen was once the country estate of Judge Arthur Chomley and later became home to the world famous Dromkeen Picture Book Art Collection. Nestled in the Macedon ranges in the tiny hamlet of Riddell’s Creek, Dromkeen Read more..

View Profile | Riddells Creek


 Duneira Estate Duneira Estate
The 1875 historic Victorian homestead is in excellent condition and is warm and inviting as it is still a much-loved family home. Built in 1875 by Suetonius Officer, Duneira is a renovated homestead that tells the tale of its subsequent owners. The house features an extens Read more..

View Profile | Mount Macedon


 Emu Bottom Homestead Emu Bottom Homestead
The story of Emu Bottom Homestead begins on August 30 1835, when the schooner Enterprize sailed up Port Phillip Bay. On board was the first party of settlers who built the huts of the banks of the Yarra from which the City of Melbourne then grew. Among that group was Read more..

View Profile | Sunbury


 Enterprize Wharf Enterprize Wharf
Standing on the banks of the Yarra River next to Queen's Bridge is one of our favourite Melbourne locations, Enterprize Wharf. Enterprize Landing is the birthplace of Melbourne, when on Sunday 30th August 1835, settlers on the tall ship schooner Enterprize docked on this spo Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Esplanade Vaults Esplanade Vaults
The Esplanade Vaults that once housed 10 shops are located on the Lower Esplanade across from the St Kilda sea baths. In the 1890s, public transport on the Esplanade was upgraded with a new cable tramway. The upper Esplanade roadway needed to be widened to accommodate the new Read more..

View Profile | St Kilda


 Eynesbury Homestead Eynesbury Homestead
Eynesbury Homestead is a bluestone homestead built for Samuel Thomas Staughton dating from the early 1870s. The single storied bay windowed side wings date from the 1880s as does probably the concave timber verandah. Quoins, widows walk and the eaves detailing are features. C Read more..

View Profile | Eynesbury


 Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village
Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village & Shipwrecked Sound and Laser Show Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village invites you to embark on the journey that resulted in one of Australia's most infamous maritime disasters when you experience Shipwrecked, an enthralling journey of discovery, tr Read more..

View Profile | Warrnambool


 Fontainebleau | Frederick McCubbin Fontainebleau | Frederick McCubbin
Hidden away on the north side of Mount Macedon, Fontainebleau is the former country property of the much-loved Australian painter Frederick McCubbin. 24 September 2010 marks the Centenary of the purchase of 'Fontainebleau', the McCubbin family property on Mount Macedon. Th Read more..

View Profile | Mount Macedon


 Fountains of Melbourne Fountains of Melbourne
Melbourne has some delightful water fountains (or should we say 'water features') and thanks to the current lord mayor Robert Doyle, many are being turned on after being turned off because of water restrictions. The fountaints are designed to be largely drought-proof, drawing Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Glenfern Glenfern
Glenfern once stood in more than four acres of ornamental pleasure grounds and orchard complete with stables, pigsty and cows. Even today it boasts a spacious though more modest garden. The main section was built in 1857, the east wing perhaps some time later and the south win Read more..

View Profile | East St Kilda


 Government House Government House
Government House is the official residence of the Governor of Victoria, and is located in the precincts of the Botanical Gardens. Government House History Melbourne was founded on the east-west axis of the Yarra River. At first, the north bank was developed with commercial an Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Grand Carousel | Luna Park Merry Go Round Grand Carousel | Luna Park Merry Go Round
Luna Park's Merry Go Round, the Grand Carousel original home was White City in Sydney before coming to Luna Park in 1923 where it has remained ever since and is fondly remembered by generations of Melburnians. PTC#30, the thirtieth machine made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Com Read more..

View Profile | St Kilda


 Greenvale Sanatorium Greenvale Sanatorium
The only way to describe today the former Greenvale Sanatorium is spooky! The former Greenvale tuberculosis sanatorium was opened in May 1905 as the first purpose-built public tuberculosis institution in Victoria. It was particularly important in providing for sufferers in “r Read more..

View Profile | Greenvale


 Gulf Station Gulf Station
Yarra Valley's Pioneer Working Farm Gulf Station began in the 1840’s as part of a 25000 acre run known as the Gulf. The Bell family began their lives here in the late 1840’s and the homestead and outbuildings are a part of the legacy that the family has left behind for you to Read more..

View Profile | Yarra Glen


 Gulf Station | Open Gulf Station | Open
Every Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Yarra Valley's Pioneer Working Farm Located less than an hour away from Melbourne’s CBD in the picturesque Yarra Valley, Gulf Station is one of the oldest and most intact timber farm complexes in Australia. The numerous original farm outbuildings you can visit at the site Read more..

View Profile | Yarra Glen | Gulf Station


 H.M.V.S. Cerberus | Historic Shipwreck H.M.V.S. Cerberus | Historic Shipwreck
HMVS (Her Majesty's Victorian Ship) Cerberus has rested in three metres of water at Half Moon Bay since being scuttled to form a breakwater in 1926. To the casual observer there appeared to be no deterioration until a major collapse took place in 1993. Since then Cerberus has Read more..

View Profile | Black Rock


 Harrick's Cottage Harrick's Cottage
Harrick's Cottage is of cultural significance as a rare surviving example of a pole constructed, tent shaped dwelling and is an example of an Irish immigrant settler's hut dating from the early 1860s. The pole and scantling tent structure built in 1861-62 forms the central pa Read more..

View Profile | Keilor Park


 Heritage Hill Museum & Historic Gardens Heritage Hill Museum & Historic Gardens
Take a trip back in time and discover Dandenong’s unique social history through a visit to Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens. Heritage Hill is comprised of three historic buildings, and approximately 1.5 acres of landscaped gardens. Laurel Lodge (1869) and Benga Read more..

View Profile | Dandenong


 Heritage Hill Museum & Historic Gardens | Open Heritage Hill Museum & Historic Gardens | Open
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
Take a trip back in time and discover Dandenong’s unique social history through a visit to Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens. Read more..

View Profile | Dandenong | Heritage Hill Museum & Historic Gardens


 Heronswood Heronswood
Heronswood is a historic property that was built in 1864 and is located in Dromana, Victoria. A Gothic Revival house built in 1874, and highly picturesque, it incorporates the original shingled roofed cottage that was the first structure built on 46 acres. Heronswood is classi Read more..

View Profile | Dromana


 HM Prison Geelong HM Prison Geelong
The Old Geelong Gaol, formerly a high security prison, remains much the same as when it ceased operation in July 1991. The basalt (locally known as bluestone) walls and masonary together with the finely laid brickwork are among the best examples of the artisans' craft in the Read more..

View Profile | Geelong


 HM Prison Geelong | Open HM Prison Geelong | Open
Every Saturday, Sunday
The Old Geelong Gaol formerly a high security prison remains much the same as when it ceased operation in July 1991. Open to the public each Saturday and Sunday school holidays and public holidays Closed Christmas Day Boxing day New Year's day and Good Friday Special arran Read more..

View Profile | Geelong | HM Prison Geelong


 Karori Karori
Karori is one of Mt Macedon's most intact and important 19th Century hill station properties. Karori is of architectural importance and the gardens of state significance. Karori is a 6 acre hill station property on the Southern slopes of Mount Macedon. The house was built Read more..

View Profile | Mount Macedon


 La Trobe Cottage | National Trust Open Day La Trobe Cottage | National Trust Open Day
When: 21st of May 2016
Saturday – 21 May 2016 Special Open Day at La Trobe’s Cottage: 1 – 4pm Celebrating the La Trobe Family during the National Trust's 60th Anniversary celebrations. Visitors will be able to hear many fascinating stories of the La Trobes’ fifteen years living in their prefabr Read more..

View Profile | South Yarra | La Trobe's Cottage


 La Trobe Cottage | Open La Trobe Cottage | Open
When: 2nd of October 2016
On SUNDAYS between 2pm and 4pm (October to April) historic La Trobe's Cottage, home of Victoria's first Governor and his family, will be open for guided tours. The modest yet elegant family home contains many pieces of La Trobe’s furniture and other family items. The recreate Read more..

View Profile | South Yarra | La Trobe's Cottage


 La Trobe's Cottage La Trobe's Cottage
La Trobe's Cottage was Victoria's first Government House. La Trobe's Cottage was home to Charles Joseph La Trobe, his wife Sophie and their children from 1839 to 1854. Charles La Trobe arrived as Superintendent of the Port Phillip district of New South Wales and became Lieu Read more..

View Profile | South Yarra


 Labassa Labassa
Labassa is an outstanding Victorian era mansion with opulent architectural features. Originally called ‘Sylliott Hill’, it was renamed ‘Ontario’ in the 1880s reflecting its new owner Alexander William Robertson’s Canadian heritage. Robertson was a founder of the Cobb and Read more..

View Profile | Caulfield North


 Labassa | Open Labassa | Open
Every 3rd Sunday
With its opulent architecture and largely intact decoration Labassa in Caulfield is one of Australia's most outstanding 19th century mansions. Open every third Sunday of each month from 10.30am to 4.30pm. House tours at 11am, 2pm and 3pm. There is also an external tour at 1 Read more..

View Profile | Caulfield North | Labassa


 Larundel Mental Asylum Larundel Mental Asylum
The former Larundel Mental Asylum site has been developed into a housing and shopping centre. Larundel Hospital was conceived in 1938 to replace the outdated Kew mental hospital. By 1940 work was well underway when the Second World War intervened. For the next five years v Read more..

View Profile | Bundoora


 McCrae Homestead and Galleries McCrae Homestead and Galleries
Built by Andrew and Georgiana McCrae in 1844, McCrae Homestead is one of Victoria's oldest homesteads and is a physical reminder of the early pioneering life, using locally available materials and primitive construction techniques. Georgiana was an accomplished artist, musici Read more..

View Profile | McCrae


 McCrae Homestead | Open McCrae Homestead | Open
Every Saturday, Sunday
What was life like for people during the early years of Victoria? How did they live? What were their homes like? What did they do to entertain themselves in their leisure time? Two families lived at McCrae Homestead: the McCraes, the original owners, and the Burrells, who lived h Read more..

View Profile | McCrae | McCrae Homestead and Galleries


 Melbourne Aquarium 1930 Melbourne Aquarium 1930
We were surprised to see on a DVD about old trams, an advertising hoarding in Carlton for a Melbourne Aquarium except it was the 1930's. As the cable tram rounded the corner from Nicholson Street into Gertrude Street, the sign is seen in the gardens of the Royal Exhibition Bui Read more..

View Profile | Carlton


 Melbourne Boathouses | Boat Sheds Melbourne Boathouses | Boat Sheds
Melbourne's historic rowing boathouses on the banks of the Yarra River in Alexandra Gardens are home to following Melbourne rowing clubs. - Banks Rowing Club [1865] - Mercantile Rowing Club [1880] - La Trobe University Rowing Club [1969] - Melbourne Rowing Club [1862] - Me Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne | Alexandra Gardens


 Melbourne By Foot Melbourne By Foot
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Melbourne By Foot is a personalised adventure through Melbourne's past and present. The tour which runs daily at 1pm is led by an experienced and friendly local guide who will take you on a journey through the heart of the CBD. Whether you a first time visitor or a local w Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Melbourne Historical Walks Melbourne Historical Walks
We came across this fabulous collection of Historical Walks through the suburbs of Melbourne on the Adult Education Institution web site. For more information, go to Melbourne Historical Walks at Adult Education Institution web site. If you are extrememly lucky, your guide ma Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Melbourne Signs Melbourne Signs
A recent exhibition in Melbourne displayed a collection of Melbourne signs in a tradition of eclecticism and openness. Over 150 years of Melbourne street signs, billboards, posters and typefaces form the basis for this revealing and colourful journey through the secret history Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Melbourne Town Hall Melbourne Town Hall
The Melbourne Town Hall is a magnificent heritage building steeped in history and located on the corner of Swanston and Collins Street, in the heart of the city. His Royal Highness Alfred Ernst Albert, Duke of Edinburgh, laid the foundation stone on the 29 November 1867. T Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne


 Melbourne Town Hall Tours Melbourne Town Hall Tours
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
The City of Melbourne offers free tours of Melbourne's historic Town Hall, one of the city's oldest and perhaps most recognisable architectural landmarks. It give visitors the chance to learn about the architectural, social and political significance of this impressive 19th ce Read more..

View Profile | Melbourne | Melbourne Town Hall


 Mont De Lancey Homestead & Museum Mont De Lancey Homestead & Museum
Mont De Lancey Historical Homestead & Museum Located in Wandin, Victoria, Australia, Mont De Lancey is known to most as a historic home, garden, museum, chapel and 1880's Slab Kitchen. Take a trip back in time, we have created a authentic experience for you to enjoy, have Read more..

View Profile | Wandin


 Mooramong Mooramong
The property is a working farm of nearly 4,000 acres, incorporating the Mackinnon Nature Reserve, home to the endangered Eastern Barred Bandicoot, and other Australian species such as the wedge-tailed eagle, the brolga, kangaroos and wallabies. It runs 5,000 head of merino she Read more..

View Profile | Skipton


 National Trust of Australia (Victoria) National Trust of Australia (Victoria)
The National Trust is a unique worldwide organisation that is ‘apolitical’ and primarily funded by its members. It speaks out and campaigns for the protection of our heritage; it manages and opens the doors of many significant historic properties and gardens across Victoria. Read more..

View Profile | East Melbourne


Advertising | Add To This Page | Go To Page Top



 Page No 1 of 2 < Prev  Next >  

Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube Instagram
Melbourne What's On In May 2016 >
 
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Featured
Cospaint AfterParty | Australian Body Art Awards
View Cospaint AfterParty | Australian Body Art Awards
Special guest appearance by Thor of Oz The Cospaint After Party is all about expressing your | Read On..


Australian Body Art Awards
View Australian Body Art Awards
THE SHOW (open to the public)– Friday 6th May 2016 - 7.30pm The public can see this | Read On..


Mother’s Day at Intercontinental Melbourne | The Rialto
View Mother’s Day at Intercontinental Melbourne | The Rialto
Spoil Mum in the luxurious setting of InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto this Mother’s Day. | Read On..


A1 Cheapest Rubbish Removal
View A1 Cheapest Rubbish Removal
A1 Cheapest Rubbish Removal takes waste management and recycling in Melbourne seriously. | Read On..


Disney's Frozen High Tea
View Disney's Frozen High Tea
Disney and Sofitel Melbourne On Collins proudly bring you a FROZEN High Tea experience Join the | Read On..


Mother's Day Lunch at Nepal Dining Room
View Mother's Day Lunch at Nepal Dining Room
Let us indulge your mum with our exotic, fresh, healthy and tasty food, created by our passionate | Read On..


Melbourne Fringe Festival Performance Course
View Melbourne Fringe Festival Performance Course
"Drama With A Difference" is one of Australia's leading independent drama schools, having operated | Read On..


Play Therapy Melbourne
View Play Therapy Melbourne
Play Therapy Melbourne provides counselling for children aged 2 to 13 years across Melbourne, | Read On..


Babba | May Show Dates
View Babba | May Show Dates
Why do BABBA continue to sell out venues everywhere they go after almost 21 years of | Read On..


Melbourne's Exclusive Magic Show
View Melbourne's Exclusive Magic Show
Witness Impossible Occurrences, one of Melbourne's most exclusive attractions. Award winning | Read On..



Check Out
Silvers Grand Magic Circus | Knox
View Silvers Grand Magic Circus | Knox
Australia's Greatest Circus has returned to Melbourne. Our big top is now air cooled for customers comfort in the summer months. Silvers | Read On..

Mel's Pick
How To Find Stuff
View How To Find Stuff
Help | How To Find What You Are Looking For Here is a simple guide to OnlyMelbourne. From a | Read On..

Marilyn Monroe
View Marilyn Monroe
Bendigo Art Gallery and Twentieth Century Fox present Marilyn Monroe 5 March - 10 July | Read On..


What's Hot
Trending


Newsletter
Stay in touch | Get our newsletter every Tuesday