Well, if it's not the weekend rolling around once again. Lord knows we're grateful to see your face. But what to do? Here at RUSSH we've compiled a non-exhaustive list of things to do this weekend. For starters, cherry season has officially begun and so, naturally the place to be is Young - if that's your thing. Or you can catch the last rays of Sydney Film Festival for 2021. Otherwise, Inarma Women's Choir are giving a performance as part of Tarnanthi in South Australia.
For more ideas on how to while away the hours this weekend, continue below.
Check out the latest venue from Swillhouse at the old Phillips Foote site in the Rocks before it gets a euro makeover midway through 2022.
Cherry season has officially begun, go pick some yourself in Young.
It's the final days of Sydney Film Festival 2021 - don't miss it.
Support First Nation's businesses at the Blak Markets on Bare Island.
Modus Operandi Brewing have opened the doors to their 100% green energy run brewery in Merewether...what are you waiting for?
Dancefloors are back! Dance away those months in lockdown at The Cliff Dive and Club 77.
Stream Budjerah's live performance from the Sydney Opera House this evening.
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.
Head on over to Hope St. Radio for dinner and music.
After being postponed, Moulin Rouge! The Musical opens this evening at Regent Theatre.
If all else fails, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is still showing...
Tuck into $16 lobster rolls at Motto Motto
Immerse yourself Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel exhibition at the Ice Cream Factory.
Watch your way through the Japanese Film Festival
Open your mind and enter a small shipping container for an immersive audio experience at SÉANCE
Spend your afternoon hanging out at Capital Brewing Co.
Music on the Greens is kicking off at Kambri Lawn this weekend.
Strap in for a night at the theatre with The Barber of Seville at Her Majesty's Theatre.
Check out the best in Western Australian artists with the newly opened exhibition The View From Here at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Time Tunnel are taking you through all the best in Motown tonight at Freo. Social.
Celebrate the beauty of Nyoongar culture at Wardarnji, an evening of song, dance and storytelling under the stars.
Step into Araluen Arts Centre for the Desert Mob Retrospective.
Explore a side of the Territory you haven't seen before with this guide.
Take a life drawing class this Sunday in Darwin.
Gear up for Darwin International Laksa Festival by tasting your way through each bowl ahead of the festivities.
As always, Music at Mona is on this weekend. This time around the lineup is a surprise, so you're just going to have to head on over to find out.
Salamanca Market is open and calling your name this Saturday.