What’s open good friday melbourne

What’s open over Easter in Melbourne

Staying in Melbourne over Easter? Start planning your weekend with our handy guide. From shopping, attractions, cinemas and more, we’ve got you covered.

Good friday


All major city cinemas will operate as normal over the Easter weekend.

  • Village Cinemas, Crown
  • Hoyts Cinemas, Melbourne Central
  • IMAX Melbourne Museum, Rathdowne Street
  • Palace Kino Cinemas, Collins Street

Check websites for specific session times. what’s open good friday melbourne


Open all long weekend:

  • Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium: 9:30am–6pm
  • Melbourne Zoo: 9am–5pm
  • Eureka Skydeck 88: 10am–10pm
  • National Gallery of Victoria: 10am–5pm
  • Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia: 10am–5pm
  • O’Brien Group Arena: Friday and Saturday 9am–12mn, Sunday 9am–10pm, Monday 9am–10pm
  • Cooks’ Cottage: 9am–5pm
  • Royal Botanic Gardens: 7:30am–sunset, with the Visitor Centre open 9:30am–5pm. There are no tours over Easter.
  • Melbourne Star Observation Wheel: 11am–7pm
  • Parliament House: 9:30am–3:45pm
  • Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI): 10am–5pm
  • Melbourne Visitor Centre: Friday 10am – 5pm, all other days 9am – 6pm

Closed Good Friday:

  • Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)
  • City Circle Tram
  • City Gallery
  • Ian Potter Museum of Art (Melbourne University)
  • Melbourne City Sightseeing Bus
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground Tours
  • Melbourne Museum
  • Old Treasury Building
  • Rod Laver Arena Tours
  • Shrine of Remembrance
  • State Library of Victoria
  • Koori Heritage Trust

Closed all Easter:

  • Chinese Museum
  • Hellenic Museum
  • Police Museum
  • Polly Woodside