What’s on

There are always plenty of things to see and do in Yarra.

From art galleries of all kinds, to parks, the Yarra River and the historic Abbotsford Convent, there is something for everyone. Yarra is also home to some of Melbourne's most popular and well-known shopping trips, featuring everything from factory outlets to boutiques, fine dining and friendly pubs. Most of Yarra's attractions are easily accessible by public transport or on foot.

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  • Kirsten Lyttle Blue

    Te Ao Moemoea /The Land of Dreaming by Kirsten Lyttle

    667 Rathdowne Street, North Carlton
    This project explores issues of materiality for Pacific diaspora customary artists living outside of their ancestral homeland. How do diaspora weave in a foreign land when their traditional plants and materials are not available? Can new technology, such as digital photography, be used in customary, Indigenous ways? 
  • Ros Sultan

    A Linear Narrative

    182 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North
    Join Ros Sultan for the launch of A Linear Narrative at Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library. Ros Sultan is an Eastern Arrernte and Gurindji woman who uses ink and texta pens to create intricate and highly-detailed images. With painstaking attention to detail, Sultan works at a small scale, employing repetition and a carefully measured colour palette to create delicate and captivating works.
  • LGBTI+ Elders Dance Club

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, and intersex elders and their allies are invited to attend this free, monthly social event, learn new dances, enjoy food and drinks and interact with other LGBTI+ elders and allies.
  • Gravity Guts

    Gravity Guts

    182 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North
    A playful blend of autobiography, creative nonfiction and comedy, 'Gravity Guts' is the story of a girl who just wants to break free from her father's orbit, but first needs to build up the guts. This joyful, moving and far-out one woman show will take you on a journey into the inner working of the human experience, while exploring the outer workings of the universe.
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    Potluck is a group exhibition curated by Angie Hiscock, that incorporates emerging and established artists from inter-state Australia and overseas. Potluck facilitates discussion on the need to listen, understand, empathize and most importantly, collaborate with voices that respond to the ever-growing demand to build a cohesive society.