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    Melbourne

    Ever changing, ever evolving – Melbourne cocktail merchants, culinary creatives and cultural wunderkinds never sit still for long. With a revolving carnival of new coffee joints and dining rooms, pop-up stores, laneway galleries, outdoor adventures and street level speakeasies catching the collective imagination, there’s always a new corner of the city waiting to be explored. Carlton is The Little Italy of Melbourne where there’s plenty to discover, both old-school and new. An industrial past, a multicultural feel and a sleek new urban scene makes Richmond a true study in contrasts. Chic bars, brunch spots and restaurants sit side by side with old-school pubs and music venues, making for one of Melbourne’s most eclectic neighbourhoods. Stock up on fresh produce at the South Melbourne Market for a picnic by the seashore or Albert Park Lake. Prepare to play hard in St Kilda, where you can kick up your heels by the seashore.

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    Carlton
    Carlton

    The Little Italy of Melbourne, Carlton is going through a revival, and there's plenty to discover, both old-school and new. At the southern end of the main drag of Lygon Street, old-school Italian eateries fronted by ardent spruikers serve up pizza and pasta ensuring you can eat till you're fit to burst. At the northern end, local institutions share street space with new-school arrivals. Or try one of the many excellent gelaterias serving velvety sweetness from noon onwards.

    Geelong
    Geelong

    Geelong

    Richmond
    Richmond

    Whether you’ve come to dine, dance, shop or don your footy scarf and cheer from the stadium (or the bar stool), this vibrant inner-city suburb will keep you entertained endlessly. An industrial past, a multicultural feel and a sleek new urban scene make Richmond a true study in contrasts. Chic bars, brunch spots and restaurants sit side by side with old-school pubs and music venues, making for one of Melbourne’s most eclectic neighbourhoods.

    South Melbourne
    South Melbourne

    Stand still and watch as Melbourne's oldest suburbs change in front of your eyes. With leafy streets and their heritage buildings restored to house chic boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Start the day with a lazy brunch on Clarendon Street, York or Cecil streets. Consume caffeine at established coffee roasters. Stock up on fresh produce at the South Melbourne Market for a picnic by the seashore or Albert Park Lake.

    St Kilda
    St Kilda

    Prepare to play hard in St Kilda, where you can kick up your heels by the seashore. Experience live music in open spaces or heritage venues, or get dizzy on the Carousel ride at Luna Park. Visit the Sunday St Kilda Esplanade Arts and Craft Market. Re-live genteel resort days as you take a dip in the heated seawater spas and pools at the historic St Kilda Sea Baths. Join locals who walk, cycle and skate under the palms on the foreshore.

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