Ah the elusive weekend. What would normally be a harried couple of days have been extended into the rare and well-deserved long weekend. If you don't have any plans, you need not fret. In the spirit of the national holiday, we've compiled a list to maximise your precious days away from the office. And if you're in Queensland or Western Australia, we see you. We hear you.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Archibald Prize at its opening this week at The Art Gallery of NSW.
Grab tickets to the screening of My Name Is Gulpilil this Sunday at the Golden Age Cinema. There you'll find a moving portrait of the actor so close to our hearts.
Restaurant Hubert are back with their fortnightly Magnums and Movies screenings. This Monday you can catch The Favourite alongside bottomless wine and a buffet dinner.
Sit on the helipad of HMAS Vampire, drink and listen to world-famous DJ's as the sun sets over Barangaroo.
Saunter over to Powerhouse Late at the Powerhouse Museum.
Many of our friends in Victoria are still stuck in a circuit breaker lockdown, unable to travel more than 25km from their homes. If you live in Victoria, follow the Government advice. Stay safe and we'll be back with more things to do next week.
The European Masterpieces exhibition from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC is set to open on June 12. Go check it out.
Taste Bundaberg Festival is set to start from June 11.
Enjoy an Aperol Spritz if you're in Main Beach, Noosa this weekend.
There is still time to catch Boticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London. Ends June 14.
The Jungle Collective will be hosting a massive indoor plant sale in Kingston for those looking to spruce up their home with a Monstera Deliciosa or a Boston fern.
Brush up on your whisky knowledge at Hippo Co. Bar's weekly whisky tasting. They'll be covering all bases with chat about Scotch, American, Japanese and Irish whisk(e)y.
These laughs aren't for free, but it'll be well worth the money to see Tim Minchin perform live this weekend in Adelaide.
Travel internationally without having to catch a plane at the German Film Festival.
Grab your friends and head to Barunga festival to celebrate the richness of the Katherine region.
As always, head to the Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market for weekend produce.
Hobart is turning red as local businesses install red lights in anticipation for Dark Mofo.