The weekend is here to greet us once again. Maybe you've been counting down each day until its' arrival, or perhaps it has come too soon. Whatever your relationship is with those ephemeral two days, we've curated a list of activities to make sure they're memorable.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Archibald Prize at The Art Gallery of NSW.
Hail the weekend with MCA Late and see all your favourite exhibitions at night.
Attend Heaps Gay's 8th Birthday Party in the Domain and see performances by Jamaica Moana, Karen from Marketing, Millie Sykes plus more.
Restrictions have begun to ease for our friends in Victoria, though we're not out of the wood yet. Hang tight and we'll be back next week with ideas on how to spend your weekend.
The European Masterpieces exhibition from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC is open and calling your name. Go check it out.
Revisit a classic and get tickets to see a performance of Animal Farm at QPAC.
There is still time to secure yourself tickets to Amy Shark's Brisbane show this Saturday.
Take some time and see Piinpi, an exhibition shedding light on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fashion designers and artists.
For all you Kate Bush fans…this is your moment. There will be a rehearsal of Kate Bush's famous Wuthering Heights dance just in time for The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever on July 17.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival is here, directed by Alan Cumming.
Be sure to see the Ramsay Art Prize at AGSA and take a look at Kate Bohunnis' winning work.
Revisit a cult classic and watch a performance of Heathers The Musical.
Catch Methyl Ethel and Pond in a joint show this Sunday.
For the most dedicated fans, Smith St Social will be hosting a Taylor Swift Fearless party this weekend.
Check out the Todd Mall Markets for all things craft, arts, food and jewellery.
The Alice Springs Beanie Festival is back!
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.
Start your weekend off by picking up some local produce at Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market.