Melbourne prides itself on being Australia’s cultural capital and has a thriving arts scene that is evidenced in galleries, street art and sculpture gardens across the city and beyond.
Category: Best Of Lists
April 18, 2013
Visiting the Central Deborah Gold Mine in Bendigo is an amazing experience. It is a genuine old working mine, and the last commercial mine to operate in the Bendigo goldfields.
December 5, 2012
Melbourne is a great place to be in the Australian summer months: December, January and February. The city is renowned for having ‘four seasons in one day’ – although rainy days are few and far between and temperatures average a comfortable 26 degrees.
November 14, 2012
New in town? To save you spending a day feeling disorientated and discombobulated in Melbourne, we’ve put together a few tips to ease your way into the city and help you feel like a local in no time.
October 24, 2012
While Melbourne is a sprawling city, its central business district and main attractions are compact and easily navigable.
September 26, 2012
Eating on a budget in Melbourne doesn’t mean you have to survive on takeaway burgers and fries. If you know where to look, you can eat a healthy and varied diet from numerous food outlets, cafes and restaurants.
September 20, 2012
Melbourne is an incredible city with so much to see and do as you make your way through city streets and waterways. That said, another great way to experience the city is from above it! Look down at the Victoria‘s capital and enjoy the views from one of these top vantage points:
June 20, 2012
The only limit to shopping in Melbourne is the one on your credit card! Read on for our list of the best places in the city and the inner suburbs to shop.
February 1, 2012
Melbourne is mostly flat and perfect for cycling. It’s a sprawling city with several bustling inner suburbs that are ideal for exploring by bike. Several bike tracks and trails run through the city and its surrounds, which provide a much safer and often more scenic alternative to jostling for position on the roads.
January 25, 2012
While Australia is not internationally known for its heritage architecture it does have an incredible number of well-preserved buildings that add immense character to its towns and cities.