Our latest City Spotlight series will focus on events and activities to keep you entertained over the coming months. With an exciting array of festivals, concerts and events in each of Australia’s capital cities, you’ll be abreast of everything worth attending in the near future.
The Book of Mormon
The musical that took the world by storm is doing the samein Melbourne, with productions ofThe Book of Mormon taking place at the Princess Theatre. There are limitedtickets available for every show for the next week, so be quick!
Take advantage of the cold weather in Melbourne and get yourskates on with River Rink at Fed Square. Less than $25 will get you a 45-minute session on theice against the backdrop of the Yarra River and the city skyline.
Get down to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Fridaynight for a blockbuster match between modern rivals Hawthorn and the Sydney Swans. With the Swans needing to win to solidify a spot in the topeight, this will be a great contest.
Australian rock veterans Grinspoon will visit the Top Endthis weekend, gracing the stage at the Darwin Ski Club on Saturday 29 July. The Australian actwill spearhead the line up at One Tropical Day, sharing the limelight with TheSuperjesus, Hockey Dad and Tired Lion.
Running from Thursday 27 July to Saturday 29 July, the 2017 Royal Darwin Show offerseverything ranging from local food and showbags to pavilions filled withanimals, art and horticulture. The event will close with the traditional‘fireworks to music spectacular’, with adult tickets from $20.
The Parap Markets are a Darwin institution, operating every Saturday morning from8:00am and filled with local produce, various arts and crafts, and gourmet foodstalls. Located in the Parap Village Shopping Precinct, this market has been inaction since 1982.