The long weekend is nigh, and the bliss of four whole days to settle into rest and relaxation is a time of year that we can all look forward to. Some of us will be travelling interstate, some of us staying closer to home. Most of us, wanting to make the most out of the glorious long weekend ahead.
In the spirit of this, we're rounding up what's on this weekend - a guide to eating, drinking, dancing, and dreaming in your home-for-the-weekend or local stomping ground. Because we could all use a little inspiration that strays from the Easter Show, right?
New South Wales
Walk with the impressionists at the Monet and Friends – Life, Light and Colour exhibition. Ends May 2.
Sink a sundowner at Opera Bar's Picnic Social. Every Sunday afternoon through April.
Get Lost in Translation at Golden Age Cinema.
Catch Paige Northwood's Meditations on Red at Jerico Contemporary. Enda April 10.
Dance the long-weekend away at Heaps Gay's For The Love Of Dance party on Sunday 4.
Wine and dine at Faye.
See Stanislava Pinchuk's Terra Data. Ends June 20.
Go deep at the immigration museum's Becoming You: An incomplete guide.
Catch the First Nations Fashion and Design pop-up. Ends April 4.
See Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London at the National Gallery of Australia – ends June 14.
See Patricia Piccinini's Skywhales Exhibition. Ends August 1.
Experience Clarice Beckett: The Present Moment – ends May 16.
Dine at Osteria Oggi.
Wine at Leigh Street Wine Room.
Stock up on baked goods at Agnes Restaurant's Bakery pop-up. Only on Friday 2 April 2021 from 7 am until sold-out.
Get your motor running at QAGOMA's The Motorcycle exhibition. Ends April 26.
Shop at Edicole.
Dine at newly opened Acqua De Sal.
Visit the People of Perth Artist Exhibition at Forrest Chase.
Experience LIBERTY by Hobart Current. Ends May 9.
Shop at the Tasmanian Produce Market.