Discover the best events and newest places to eat this June in Melbourne.
Introducing Kisume, the newest addition to The Lucas Group. From the team that brought you Melbourne favourites like Chin Chin, Baby, Kong and Hawker Hall, Kisume is here to redefine sophisticated dining with the Japanese restaurant expanding over several floors offering different experiences.
Where: 175 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000
Gilson is quickly becoming one of South Yarra’s hottest brunch spots. Located opposite the Royal Botanical Gardens, Gilson offers all-day dining in a relaxed yet stylish setting. The extensive menu has something for everyone. Ricotta pancakes with sour cherries and maple syrup are a popular and delicious choice.
Where: 171 Domain Rd, South Yarra
Cutler & Co
Cutler & Co is consistently voted one of Melbourne’s top fine dining restaurants, and for good reason. Andrew McConnell’s exquisite menu celebrates the seasons and relies on exceptional local produce. Located on trendy Gertrude Street, this Melbourne icon won't disappoint.
Where: 55–57 Gertrude St, Fitzroy
Socceroos v Brazil
Australian football fans have the opportunity to see the world class Brazilian squad in action when they take on the Socceroos at the MCG on Tuesday 13 June. With the Brazil vs Argentina clash now sold out, make sure you secure your tickets to this exciting international match.
Where: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne International Jazz Festival
Get ready to celebrate the 20 years of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival! The 10-day festival offers a variety of experiences including intimate club performances, free community events and jazz masters in world-class venues. The program features nearly 500 Australian and international artists who will perform at over 120 events across the city of Melbourne.