The weekend is nigh. With it, it brings the opportunity to cocoon yourself in bed, if you so choose, or brave the great outdoors for some social action. It's also NAIDOC week, a time to uplift, honour and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and culture. If you're looking for ways to get involved, we've got you.
And for a further round-up of things to do this weekend, continue on. Enjoy your time off!
Restrictions are still in place for NSW and while we're hopeful they might ease soon, we're not out of the woods yet. Hang tight and we'll be back next week with ideas on how to spend your weekend.
Hear Australian author Alice Pung talk about her newest book 'One Hundred Days'.
As always Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is playing at The Princess Theatre
The European Masterpieces exhibition from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC is open and calling your name. Go check it out.
Get to the opening night of Wiradjuri artist Duncan Smith's show Reflections of my Country. July 9
Discover the origins of the Didjeridu or 'Yidaki' as it's known among the Yolngu people.
Be sure to see the Ramsay Art Prize at AGSA and take a look at Kate Bohunnis' winning work.
Lock lips with some wine at the Cellar Door Winter Edit this weekend.
Get to Godlands gig this Friday at Lion Arts Factory. July 9
Pull up a chair for some Chicago style-comedy at Lyric's Underground.
Wander through the Indigenous Olympians Outdoor Exhibition that opens this Sunday. July 11
Head over to Wagait Arts Festival spanning the whole weekend for live music, artworks and an art fair. July 9-11
Darwin River Festival takes place this Saturday. July 10
Head over to the Paradise Lost exhibition and explore the works of convict artist Thomas Griffiths Wainewright
Put on your hiking boots, rug up and spend the day exploring Kunanyi. Make sure you leave yourself enough time and check the weather conditions on the day.
Warm up your vocal chords for the Festival of Voices.
Catch the inimitable Anne Edmonds perform her comedy show 'Business with Pleasure' alongside Lloyd Langford.