Plan your weekend with Victoria Together

Whether you're planning to head out this weekend or stay home, we have all the best activities and ideas to help you squeeze the most out of your weekend.
Hooray for the weekend!

With restrictions easing around Victoria, it's time to come up with a plan of attack for your Saturday-Sunday.

There's no right or wrong way to spend your well-deserved weekend. Whether you opt to go out or stay in, we have plenty of places to explore (virtually and in the real world), activities to immerse yourself in, and ways to stay entertained, no matter what's in store for you.

Re-discover Melbourne through food

Melbourne is open and bursting at the seams with exciting, exotic, and interesting food to try.

Get some inspiration to satisfy your sweet tooth with the delectable series Dessert First , featuring host Wendy Heargraves, the City of Port Phillip, and a bevvy of great local foodie faves.

Or, take yourself on a culinary adventure with one of our Best Snack routes and rediscover the city and its surrounding suburbs.

Created by the experts at Melbourne Food and Wine Festival with gorgeous illustrations from local artists, you can select an area of greater Melbourne, then use the map to plan your snack route - it's that simple!

All you need is an empty stomach and away you go.

Melbourne's Best Snacks

Do you know where to find the best banh mi, the perfect pie, or melt-in-your-mouthiest croissant? We've teamed up with Melbourne Food & Wine Festival to give you the ultimate hit list of snacks.

Plan your journey

Explore the great outdoors

There is so much to explore around regional Victoria, and each region offers something unique to the next!

Now that we can venture a little further than our local bubble, you might be ready for a day trip, a weekend away, or looking for inspiration on where to go someday soon.

Whether you're a local to the area or planning a day trip, when you're ready to hit the open road again, we have a great list of the best bits across regional Victoria .

In the meantime, take a virtual tour of these amazing Gippsland Rail Trails!

Support the arts

Museums and exhibitions re-opened this week, so there's no better time to support the arts than this weekend!

There are plenty of museums and galleries hiding around the state of Victoria. Why not check out on of these great galleries in regional Victoria?

If you're in or around the city, why not check out  A Miracle Constantly Repeated by Particia Piccinini - the RISING Festival exhibition that has brought Flinders Street Station Ballroom back to life.

The exhibition re-opened on Thursday 29 July and is available until January 2022.

Ever ahead of the curve, RISING Festival also has a bunch of digital offerings, so you can still support the festival and enjoy it from the comfort of your own home.

Explore the many podcasts, virtual experiences, and interviews from the people behind RISING Festival by clicking the link below.

RISING Festival online

RISING is a surge of art, music, performance, and ceremony in the heart of Melbourne. Digitally explore podcasts and playlists, operatic events to cooking videos, indulge your visual and aural senses.

Explore now
Two legs from just above the knee down, are immersed in water. Steam is rising from the water which is deep blue.

Get crafty with the kids at home

Heide Museum of Modern Art is open again this weekend.

But why not bring that artistic flair to your rumpus room or dining table with this series of crafty activities for the kids?

We guarantee it'll be fun for the parents too.

Whatever you choose to do this weekend, enjoy it! Stay safe, use QR codes to check into public places, and wear your mask.