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National Reconciliation Week happens every year, with the purpose of educating all Australians about our shared history and celebrate the culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Running from May 27 to June 3, these dates commemorate two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey— the successful 1967 referendum, and the High Court Mabo […]

As you know we are proud of our city, and proud of the small part we play in it. We also know that our industry’s joy is not available to everyone. That’s more apparent in these current days. These days are difficult for many. Some have been struggling for some time, and others who have […]

World Bee Day exists to spread awareness of the significance of bees for our survival, and encourage actions that create more bee-friendly landscapes. Nearly two-thirds of Australia’s agricultural production benefits from honey bee pollination, so the survival of the bee has big implications for food security. Melbourne has bees woven all throughout its history and […]

How to celebrate what the last 16 years of Hidden Secrets Tours means would never have been easy to express, but even more so as our team is all in different places, nor are we with clients or out in the city we love. In 2004 we began, taking our first paying customer out on […]

Melbourne and Victoria may be more well known for its plethora of gin distilleries, but we take our whisky seriously too. If you’re a whisky lover dreaming of malty goodness, of future day trips and distillery visits, Melbourne and Victoria have you covered, so this World Whisky Day we’ve put together a small guide for […]

Did you know that Melbourne is an official UNESCO City of Literature? In 2008, Melbourne joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network when it was designated the first and only City of Literature in Australia, and the second in the world. There are currently thirty-nine Cities of Literature in total, spanning twenty-eight countries and six continents; […]

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