Long days and warm balmy nights make February a great month to explore Melbourne. There are plenty of things to do in the city and here are some of our favourites.
The Summer Night Market
Wednesday Nights throughout February, Queen Victoria Market
These markets have been running for 19 years with an amazing array of global food stalls, curated bars, boutique and vintage stalls and attractions for all ages. 5pm to 10pm every Wednesday from November 16 to 9 March.
The Book of Mormon
Throughout February, Princes Theatre
From the Creators of South Park comes this multi Tony Award winning show. Running from January 24 at the Princess Theatre.
Zoo Twilights Music Sessions
Throughout February, Melbourne Zoo
Love the sounds of animals at night? Why not head to the Zoo Twilights Music Sessions. Running from January 27 to 11 March, you can catch some amazing artists in our very own Melbourne Zoo.
From 7pm February 18 to 7am February 19, City Wide
White Night returns to Melbourne and for one night each year Melbourne’s streets and laneways, parklands and public spaces transform into a light spectacular. National and international artists, musicians and performers will scatter themselves across Melbourne for a celebration of creativity. With installations of lighting, exhibitions, street performances, film, music, dance and interactive events, this night is not to be missed.
30th Lonsdale Street Greek Festival
February 25 and 26, Greek Precinct Lonsdale Street (Near Corner of Russell Street)
Did you know Melbourne has the Largest Greek Community outside of Greece? This year the Lonsdale Street Greek Festival turns 30. This is Melbourne largest Greek street party celebrating culture, food and entertainment of the city’s historic precinct. Featuring over 60 food stalls, free entertainment scattered over 3 stages and rides for the kids this is going to be one fun street party.
Discover the #InterContinentalLife and create your #SummerStories with us here in Melbourne this February. When planning your February getaway to Melbourne, consider our range of accommodation packages.
Image courtesy of Queen Victoria Market