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Consistently voted as one of the most liveable cities in the world, the capital city of Victoria is an intoxicating mixture of colonial architecture, modern design and is often credited as being the cultural heart of Australia.

Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city, and home to many corporate headquarters, banks, and Insurance institutions.

Melbourne is Australia’s most multicultural city with a thriving social scene that is both sophisticated and edgy. Buskers lining the streets are a major part of the city’s laneway culture, appropriately named for its myriad of lanes and alleyways that are full of quirky restaurants, cafes and shops.

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Accessible by the world’s largest tram network, Melbourne’s CBD is fairly compact but what it lacks in size it packs in fun. Here you will find all the luxuries of city living and experience the cosmopolitan lifestyle and creative energy that this city is famous for. So where to first?

Bourke Street Mall is the home of Melbourne department store shopping and along with major retailers David Jones and Myers, has a number of flagship stores and boutiques.  

Melbourne’s Chinatown is the oldest in Australia and is a must when visiting the city. Exotic aromas float up from the street vendors and restaurants intermingling with various historic nineteenth century buildings, trendy bars and fashion stores. Why not visit the Chinese Museum and learn about the extensive history of Australia’s Chinese community?

The Collins Street and Little Collins Street areas of Melbourne are known as the top end of town due to their high concentration of designer boutiques in heritage buildings, exclusive jewellers, private clubs and five star hotels. It’s the hippest area to shop in Melbourne and the perfect place to buy something unique.

For a great meal and un-beatable views why not head down to Melbourne’s Docklands? Flinders Quarter is the creative hub of the city and has the highest concentration of commercial galleries in the country. Combined with local and international fashion stores, it’s hard to leave Flinders Quarter without buying something.

Taking a walk down St Kilda Road is a must as is taking in a sporting event at the world famous Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Now that we have explored the city lets take a look at the surrounding suburbs of Melbourne. Carlton is home to some culturally significant buildings such as the Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Zoo and the site of the first commonwealth parliament of Australia, the Royal Exhibition Building.

Fitzroy is known as the bohemian suburb of Melbourne and has retained its creative spirit thanks to a mix of galleries, studios and specialist bookstores. Quirky shops line the streets full of vintage wares and local designs just waiting to be snapped up.  

The bayside suburb of Port Melbourne is the main port of call for international and domestic cruise ship travellers in Victoria. Here tourists will find a range of restaurants, up scale bars and cafes offering a great vantage point to do some people watching.  

No trip to Melbourne would be complete without visiting the beach side suburb of St Kilda. Enjoy a walk by the seashore, peruse the arts and crafts markets on the esplanade or let your hair down and ride the rollercoaster at Luna Park.

Melbourne also has a number of high profile, internationally recognised cultural and sporting events every year and if the timing is right are definitely worth a look.

The Australian Open, Melbourne Comedy festival, Melbourne International Film festival and of course the Melbourne Cup are just some of the premier events held throughout the year.

Dining options in Melbourne are varied and depend on whether you’re in the city or in the surrounding suburbs.

Multicultural influences are found all throughout and this is obviously reflected in Melbourne’s culinary choices. Greek, Italian, Chinese and Middle Eastern restaurants are very popular as are great contemporary Australian cuisines found in most pubs and cafés. Why not go exploring and find your very own favourite place to eat in Melbourne?

Accommodation in Melbourne ranges from the luxurious to the budget and everything in between. There is an array of serviced apartments to choose from, including Medina Executive Nothbank. For a budget conscious option try Travelodge Southbank.  

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Rydges On Swanston
701 Swanston Street , Melbourne, VIC-3053
179 179 159 SOLD SOLD 189 269 379 379 189 189 189 229 229
Park Regis Griffin Suites
604 St Kilda Road , Melbourne, VIC-3004
Self rated
159 189 249 119 159 129 159 189 229 189 169 159 139 179
Rydges Melbourne
186 Exhibition Street , Melbourne, VIC-3000
199 209 169 169 189 199 179 359 499 169 169 199 309 209
Quest Carlton on Finlay
2-9 Finlay Place , Carlton, VIC-3053
Self rated
180 180 160 170 170 170 170 290 290 290 170 170 170 170
Bayview On The Park Melbourne
52 Queens Road , Melbourne, VIC-3004
Self rated
SOLD SOLD 125 110 115 110 140 260 260 110 110 110 90 100
Bayview Eden Melbourne
6 Queens Road , Melbourne, VIC-3004
Self rated
200 150 135 130 130 130 155 310 310 130 130 130 130 145
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