What's On in Melbourne This Week! 🍻

Melbourne Night Market @ QVM

Wednesday 27th Melbourne

QVM Night Market is the place to be on a chilly Wednesday night. Cozy up by a roaring fire or wander the mystic sheds of Queen Victoria Market uncovering the smells, sounds and tastes of winter. Titillate your taste buds with over thirty global street food stalls, and if you're a devout foodie you're sure to find anything your stomach desires, literally anything at all.

Indulge in some retail therapy with fifty specialty and locally-made retailers, with lovely gifts and cool hand made products, you won't be leaving empty handed.

Enjoy the live music, hang out with friends and have a fab night out with free entertainment and food galore. To check it out click here.

Italian Yum Cha @ La Camera

Friday 29th June

Say “Ciao” to the EOFY. Celebrate with something a little left of field. An ingenious way to sample a variety of sumptuous Italian dishes.

La Camera have injected a hearty dose of Italian into the traditional yum cha concept. The dining experience hardly changes from the traditional Chinese version – food is served in wooden baskets and delivered to your table on a dining trolley. What’s different? La Camera replaces dim sum with modern Italian dishes and Chinese tea with wine.

Choose from an extensive range of antipasti, pastas, risottos, salads, pizzas and desserts. If you'd like to mangiare this unique Italian feast for just $50 per person, click here.

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Docklands Firelight Festival @ Docklands

Friday 29th - Sunday 1st July

The Firelight Festival opening weekend is happening this Friday evening through to Sunday 1st July. Check out the fiery wonder with spectacular nightly pyrotechnics, burning sculptures crafted by local artists, flame jets and fire drums in a unique settings.

Grab a spiced mulled wine or a hot chocolate while you discover the dazzling combination of hot (no pun intended) live music, food trucks, roving entertainment and fireworks. It's a festival of creativity, fire and food, what more could you want?

With over 40 performances including gypsy tunes, New Orleans brass, jazz, mariachi, bluegrass and a one-man band, entertainment is free and plentiful.

For more information on the flamin' fun click here.