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What’s On Melbourne: your ultimate guide to city adventures

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Rediscover your city in style with What’s On Melbourne’s top tips for what to see, do, eat and experience.

Visit What’s On Melbourne to take your pick from unmissable blockbuster events, multicultural festivals, world-class dining, rooftop bars, markets, musicals, art shows, live gigs and much more, curated by local experts.

Whether you’re seeking a free day of family fun, a luxurious degustation, after-work art adventures or anything in between, What’s On Melbourne is your one-stop shop.

To be first in-the-know, follow What’s On Melbourne on social media and subscribe to the weekly newsletter to received hand-picked gems direct to your inbox.

For business owners

We provide free marketing support for businesses and events located in the municipality.

You can create a free listing on What’s On Melbourne to gain exposure to more than 360,000 monthly unique visitors and subscribe to our business newsletter to be notified of upcoming marketing opportunities.

What’s On Melbourne is brought to you by the City of Melbourne.

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