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Things to do in Melbourne This Week (Monday 2nd of July - Sunday 8th of July)

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A very Chapel Street event, Provocar is exactly what you need to shake those winter blues away.

The Melbourne Magic Festival, in partnership with Elegant Limousines, are ready to give your entire family the night of their lives.

The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival will take over 6 iconic screening venues from 6 to 14 July and showcase a curated program of over 60 feature and short documentaries direct from Cannes, Telluride, Hot Docs, Doc NYC, SXSW, Sundance.

It's time to celebrate the annual migration of the magnificent humpback and southern right whales as they make their way north to their winter breeding grounds.

Mavs Restaurant on Little Malop Street will be hosting three special dinner events during the festival, which will feature Greek music and a 20-course Greek Meze.

Held from 4pm to 6pm, this will be an awesome afternoon for the whole family.

The event will take place from 6 from 8 and 27 to 29 July, 2018 at various venues around Ballarat.

Market Place at Collins Place brings some excitement to the Paris End of Collins Street this winter.

Curated by Hannah Presley, A Lightness of Spirit is the Measure of Happiness celebrates the significance of family, community and humour in contemporary Aboriginal life.

There will also be healings and readings to look after your mind, body and soul.

Throughout history, people around the world have left their homes, whether it be due to conflict, persecution, poverty or to seek better opportunities.

Storm presents the work of three artists who have embraced the storm, allowing the wind, rain and snow to influence their actions and inspire their creativity.

An amazing production of High school Musical will allow you to have a live theatre show for a little more than the price of a movie ticket.

A two day Family friendly festival filled with great energy, amazing cocktails, delicious dishes, traditional dance, music, shows, and much more, You'll feel in the middle of Central America, South America and Latin Europe.

From the macabre to the morbid, romance to horror, the Gothic tradition and motifs in children's books is strong.



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