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If you’ve made the choice to keep a low profile this summer, there are still plenty of ways to (safely) enjoy our city’s plethora of cultural delights while remaining out in the open. For the foodies the film buffs and everyone in between, we’ve made a list of Melbourne’s best outdoor summer activities – proof that social distancing doesn’t have to be a bore.
Shakespeare Under the Stars:
One of Melbourne’s quintessential summer events, Shakespeare Under the Stars is back again with a sparkling adaptation of the iconic Comedy of Errors. BYO wine, cheese and picnic rugs and settle in for a night of boisterous physical comedy, uproariously funny characters and all round silliness. Being surrounded by the lush foliage of the Royal Botanic Gardens makes it all the more magical.
Purchase tickets here.
Boat Ride through Studley Park:
An oldie but a goodie, hire an old-fashioned row boat from the Studley Park Boathouse and enjoy a leisurely row along the Yarra. Flanked by ancient gums and abundant native wildlife, this picturesque stretch of the river feels miles from metropolitan Melbourne. Pack a parasol and/or frilly frock for the ultimate Victorian-era experience.
Fusing two of our city’s favourite things – rooftop bars and outdoor cinemas
– Classic, Lido and Curtain House Cinemas are back again with their beloved rooftop sessions. As always, they’ll be screening a curated selection of new releases and old classics, from Dune and Licorice Pizza to 10 Things I Hate About You and The Big Lebowski. Arrive at your session an hour early for cocktails with a view, and be sure to pack a blanket in case the weather gets chilly.
Purchase tickets here, here or here.
Sidney Myer Music Bowl Free Concerts:
Unwind with a refreshing drink at sunset as you bask in the breathtaking sounds of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. There are still two sessions left in Sidney Myer’s free concert program including ‘An Evening of John Williams’, the composer behind the music of Harry Potter, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, E.T and so many more.
Purchase tickets here.
Melbourne Street Eatz:
While the Queen Victoria Night Markets might be generating the most buzz at the moment, Melbourne Street Eatz provides an equally stellar, outdoor alternative. Tucked away in Southbank, the foodie bonanza plays host to extensive rotation of food trucks dishing up calamari, tacos, pizza, loukoumades and so much more. There’s drinks flowing from two bars, live music all day, sport on the big screen and dogs are more than welcome.
Find out more here.