Sitting directly below the Westgate Bridge, in the middle of Westgate Park, in Melbourne’s industrial heartland, is something totally unexpected; a vibrant, electric pink lake.
October 1978: A young Melbourne pilot takes off from Moorabbin airport in a light aircraft, headed for an island in Bass Strait. An hour into
Federation Square is one of Melbourne’s most significant landmarks. Built only in the 1990’s, the site itself has a colourful history, stretching right back to
The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is Australia’s largest, and oldest. While the current iteration involves cutting edge technology and hundreds of films from all
Melbourne’s National Gallery Victoria (NGV) has one of the best public art collections in the southern hemisphere. In 1986, it lost ‘The Weeping Woman’ by Pablo Picasso.
April 6, 1966: A calm morning in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs is suddenly shattered by something weird in the sky. Is it a weather balloon? An