Melbourne has been named the world’s most liveable city for the seventh consecutive year by the annual Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Index.
A full-scale temporary working replica of one of the greatest theatres in history, the second Shakespeare’s Globe, will soon pop-up near the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne.
Morane Place, a narrow laneway off Exhibition Street directly behind iconic restaurant and grill, Grossi Florentino, has been given a makeover and is home to a schmick new wine bar.
A new, high-concept bar with the capacity to fit 950 patrons, on the city’s edge.
The Yarra Valley has come up trumps in the fifth annual Halliday Wine Companion Awards, with three wins bestowed upon the region.
Melbourne is set to host festivals for everyone this spring, from literature lovers to film fans, culture connoisseurs and more.
Regional Victorian galleries are set to present exhibitions that will not only make Victoria proud – but would be heralded as artistic coups anywhere in the world.
From listening to live music to viewing rare artefacts and getting involved in literary debates, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Melbourne without spending a penny.
From slick, modern dining rooms with city views to eclectic spaces built for fun, Melbourne’s hotels excel at delivering high quality epicurean experiences infused with creative flair.
The NGV’s forthcoming gala event is the perfect excuse to splash out on an all-new look at one of Melbourne’s fashion hotspots.
Kyneton is a place to rejuvenate, learn new skills and enjoy gourmet local produce.
Victoria is leading the way in Australia’s craft beer scene and some of the best brews can be found in the state’s regions.
For the freshest ingredients, head to these regional cafes and restaurants where produce is sourced directly from the kitchen garden.
A sweet addition to Melbourne’s retail scene
From five star hotel spas overlooking Melbourne’s laneways to pastoral spa getaways, Victoria’s hotel spas are the stuff dreams are made of.
New openings in Brunswick East make a compelling reason for a tram ride north.