International Women’s Day 2022 | Melbourne City List

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This year, International Women’s Day is poised to shatter prejudice once and for all, and Melbourne’s event lineup is definitely poised to break the gender mould. With the city’s female talent at the forefront, numerous events highlight and celebrate women in Melbourne and Victoria.

However you want to celebrate International Women’s Day on Tuesday, March 8 this year, there’s something for you. Women from various industries, including hospitality, music, art and technology, are collaborating to create meaningful experiences to recognize how far gender equality has come and what can still be done. So gather your friends and allies who identify as women and make a plan to honor International Women’s Day 2022 at one of these events:

International Women’s Day at Mister Bianco

Kew’s Mr Bianco organizes a dinner event in honor of International Women’s Day. Simone Watts of Barragunda Estate returns to the kitchen on Tuesday March 8 to serve a five-course dinner prepared by female producers and farmers. This menu has been designed to champion women-grown produce and sustainability. You can expect to see guest appearances from Great Ocean Ducks from Jody Clarke, cheese from Lucy Whitlow, produce provided by Robin Koster-Carlyon from Transition Farm, pork from Ethical Swine and a collaborative dessert from Monika Frkovic from Boca Gelato. . This lineup of talented female stars worked together to create an unforgettable dining experience.


When: 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 8
Where: Perry’s: Mister Bianco, 285 High Street, Kew
For more information, Click here.

Celebrate Women in Beer at Blackhearts & Sparrows

Black hearts and sparrow organize a day dedicated to all women who like to make beer, as well as those who like to take a sip. The team will launch their new beer, THE BREWER, a West Coast IPA that is brewed with their friends at Co-conspirators . This beer launch party hopes to create a safe place for women-identifying people and allies to enjoy a great beer – your ticket will also get you a can of the new beer at home. Attractive.


When: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, March 6
Where: Perry’s: A Refreshment Club, 314 Smith Street, Collingwood
For more information, Click here.

International Women’s Day @ Hope St Radio

The people from Hope St Radio are hosting a one-day event to celebrate women at the top of their game in various industries. She’ll Be Right: Breaking The Bias is set to feature female chefs, farmers, winemakers, and brewers with a four-course menu. You can expect to see produce from Feed You Farm and Wattleseed Gully Farm, alongside beer from Stomping Ground and wine from Avani Syrah. This should be a true celebration of female talent in Melbourne’s hospitality industry, so be sure to book your ticket if you want to be part of the party.


When: 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Tuesday, March 8
Where: Hope St Radio, 35 Johnston Street, Collingwood
For more information, Click here.

Code Breakers: Women in Games

Kick off your International Women’s Day celebrations by breaking gender stereotypes in gaming. ACMI The traveling exhibition “Code Breakers: Women in Games” is a live online event intended to explore the power that video games have to shape our future. So if you want to see how the industry’s top video game creators and thinkers are impacting the areas of gender equality, climate change, mental health and social justice, this is the event. for you.


When: Saturday March 5 to Sunday March 15
Where: Yarra Ranges Regional Museum, 35-37 Castella Street, Lilydale
For more information, Click here.

The forgotten bartenders: rewriting its history

Tonight is a toast to Ada Coleman and her untold contributions to bartending. The Everleigh is hosting an event in the Elk Room to introduce you to the women who have shaped cocktail culture over the past three centuries. Let’s bet this event is all about sipping gin cocktails Never Never Gin as well as cheese pairings from Lucy Whitlow. Come attend the Historic Women Bartenders Seminar and stay for the booze.


When: 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 8
Where: The Everleigh, 150-156 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
For more information, Click here.

UN Women International Women’s Day Virtual Hub

If you missed getting your ticket to the UN International Women’s Day Luncheon, don’t worry as they have set up a virtual hub to connect you to the day’s events. You can explore everything UN Women Australia events with their interactive virtual hub from the comfort of your home. Access all speaker program to watch live or read later at your own pace. It’s a celebration of all women leading meaningful change and highlights all the ways you can take personal action to work towards an equal future.


When: 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday, March 4
Where: Online
For more information, Click here.

Kickass Women to break prejudices

Dive into all the taboo topics surrounding gender equality and women’s empowerment on General Assembly Kickass Women sign. It’s the perfect opportunity to learn from really cool women and join in the conversation about being successful as a woman. You will be able to listen to the learnings and failures of the talented and knowledgeable panelists, hopefully leaving you inspired and supercharged.


When: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 8
Where: WeWork, 120 Spencer Street, Level 22, Melbourne
For more information, Click here.

Burgers and beers for good

Collingwood favourites, Welcome to Thornburyhas partnered with The Hunger Project to help #breakthebias for International Women’s Day. They promise that 50% of the profits from vegan cocktails and burgers sold will be donated directly to The Hunger Project. The Hunger Project aims to break down stigma by empowering women to fight extreme hunger and poverty in their local communities. So drag your friends down to the High Street for a feel-good stream in honor of International Women’s Day.


When: from 12 p.m., Saturday, March 5
Where: Welcome to Thornbury, 520 High Street, Northcote
For more information, Click here.

Bottomless Brunch in Acre

International Women’s Day is the perfect opportunity to bring all the girls together for a bottomless brunch and Acre throws the perfect afternoon party. Treat yourself to a pasture table filled with summer produce. Think rosemary focaccia with olive oil, spicy peppers, heirloom tomatoes and bocconcini, cannellini with feta and sesame-crusted chicken. But if the range of bites isn’t enough to convince you that Acre is the place to be, the promise of spritzes, sangria, passion fruit mojitos and bubbly should do the trick.


When: 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., every Saturday and Sunday until March 27
Where: Acre Burwood, Burwood Brickworks, 70 Middleborough Road, Burwood East
For more information, Click here.

Celebrate in the Melbourne neighborhood

the Melbourne Neighborhood is hosting a series of events on International Women’s Day to help #breakthebias. They have everything from motivational speakers, musical concerts, empowerment wall and live graffiti. Their guest speaker Claire Bowditch, ARIA award-winning musician and writer, should be sold out as she explains how you can tame your inner critic. Or you can relax to some great tunes at the Melbourne Quarter with their three-day lineup of all-female acoustic artists. The week-long celebration of female empowerment and talent is sure to draw a crowd.


When: Monday March 7 to Friday March 18
Where: Melbourne Borough, 699 Collins Street, Docklands
For more information, Click here.

Celebrate IWD at Anther Distillery

Anthere Distillery is setting up a panel to discuss how we can together break the bias. Of course, the guest night wouldn’t be complete without a cocktail and Anther Gin bites. The panel is packed with women in the media industry who are ready to talk about how you can disrupt the negative bias in how women are portrayed. So if you’re ready to unpack our collective biases and learn something over a cocktail or two, be sure to book your tickets and head to Anther Distillery for IWD.


When: 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 8
Where: Anther Distillery, 33 Mackey Street, North Geelong
For more information, Click here.

Support survivors of domestic violence with this limited edition Urban List X Mettle gift set

Family and domestic violence is the leading cause of homelessness for women in Australia, yet it is still incredibly stigmatized and too often employers overlook these women as worthy job candidates. It’s there that Brave Gifts In addition to delivering the most amazing bespoke gift sets, the pioneering national gift company employs, trains and financially supports women homeless due to family and domestic violence, helping them chart pathways to secure employment and a secure and stable future. merit. To celebrate IWD, we have partnered with Mettle Gifts this year to create a limited edition gift so you can share with the special women in your life – by doing so, just know that you’re helping #breakthebias and changing the lives of real women. It also includes a cheeky reduction so they can also convey the love. Buy it here.

Learn more about International Women’s Day and how you can help break down stigma here.

Image credit: Mr. Bianco | Provided