Usher in November on your terms. Whether that be slow and cruisy or at one hundred kilometres an hour, the choice is yours. In the spirit of the weekend ahead, we've compiled a non-exhaustive list of events, activities and openings to keep your eye open for. Whatever your weekend MO is, there is something to suit everyone.
For the 411 of what's happening across Australia this weekend, continue below.
For all who have missed it, Pier One reopens on November 5.
The National Gallery of Victoria has reopened just in time for you to catch, Camille Henrot's show Is Today Tomorrow.
See the Linda McCartney: Retrospective at Ballarat International Foto Biennale.
Indulge in $10 margarita's at Hotel Jesus.
If all else fails, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is still showing...
Immerse yourself Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel exhibition at the Ice Cream Factory.
Secure tickets to La Boite Theatre's play Summer 1967
Strap in for a multi-sensory experience at Van Gogh Alive.
Robina Pavilion and Tanqueray are teaming up for a boozy pop-up.
Head to the Cottage Markets for food, trinkets and local designer wares.
Slurp your way through the grand opening of Tenkomori Ramen House.
Take a trip to Adelaide Zoo.
Spend your Saturday evening tasting your way through a variety of Asian cuisines at Lucky Dumpling Market.
Experience the best in contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art with Tarnanthi at Art Gallery of South Australia.
On Sunday make your way over to the monthly vintage market in Port Adelaide. You never know what you might unearth.
Check out the Lester Prize winners for 2021 at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
The Witchy Djypsies are performing tonight at Freo. Social.
Fling yourself into Perth International Jazz Festival this weekend.
Rooftop movies is back and this weekends schedule is continuing on with Halloween's spooky theme.
Get tickets to The Wedding Singer and watch the musical this weekend in Alice Springs.
Celebrate the Northern Territories best short films with its' Fist Full of Films Festival awards evening.
Arnhem Archie's exhibition opens this weekend in Nhulunbuy.
Do your bit for the environment and join a community cleaning up the local beaches in East Arnhem.
Salamanca Market is open and calling your name this Saturday.
Planning to spend your weekend devouring art instead? Here is a non-exhaustive list of all the exhibitions happening across Australia this November.