Just in case you hadn't already been seduced by the brigades of increasingly fashion conscious bike-riders that swarm through the inner city suburbs every morning, Melbourne's favourite two-wheeled apparatus now has its own festival.
There is a whole bunch of free stuff to do in Melbourne over the warmer months if you just take the time to look around.
The Queen Vic Night Market is a Melbourne classic and this year it seems busier than ever. The atmosphere and soul of the night market has barely changed for 15 years while the food and entertainment has only gotten better.
Some of Melbourne’s best musical acts will be joining forces in The Good Hustle – November Music Salon, a string of tantalising double headers at the Abbotsford Convent over the next month.
Chunky Move is a sparkling treasure in the jewellery box of Australian culture and whether you are a dance connoisseur or haven’t the fuzziest what a pirouette is, seeing what the human body is capable of is fun for anyone.
Upon finding herself seated in between a gay couple, bogan-mum-with-a-heart-of-gold Peggy (Lyndelle Green) deploys superb comedic timing in a performance that strikes a chord with any Australian who has overheard an ocker accent in a foreign airport and cringed.