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Ideas for day-stop cruise passengers – how to capture the essence of Melbourne in just 12 hours.
The world’s most liveable city will welcome a host of new attractions, events and experiences in 2017.
Former Australian Football League player turned app developer, Chris Knights gives the inside word on his home city of Melbourne.
Melbourne’s Chinese restaurant scene is experiencing a revival. Some chefs are focusing on province-specific cuisine while others are exploring new flavours.
Melbourne’s brisk and bright winter days are perfect for picnicking amongst nature, wildlife and heritage gardens.
From patisseries to brasseries to crêperies, here are 10 of the best French eateries to frequent on Bastille Day, or following a visit to Degas: A New Vision, the National Gallery of Victoria’s latest exhibition celebrating one of the great French Impressionists.
From cold-drip, siphon, nitro and pour over, boutique varieties of milk or no milk at all – caffeine connoisseurs can experience all the latest brew styles and trends in Melbourne.
Is it Prahran? Is it Windsor? Even locals get confused on the name of this hip southern neighbourhood, located just five kilometres from the city centre. But both occupy slightly […]
Just like coffee connoisseurs, those who are serious about their chai know when a true brew hits their lips.
Casper, the two-year-old Golden Retriever (aka @casper_the_goldie), one of Melbourne’s most popular canine social media influencers, sniffs out his top things to do in Melbourne.
No matter the season or the stretch of coastline, there’s top notch fish and chips to be found in many of Victoria’s coastal towns and villages. Here are some of the top picks.
There’s nothing like grabbing a bunch of girlfriends and hitting the road for a weekend of laughs and leisure. Discover some of the best getaways regional Victoria has to offer.
Hood Food Guide presents: Northcote with Jesse Gerner, one of Melbourne’s busiest and best chefs and owners. With eateries such as Bomba, Green Park, Añada and Pierre’s all under his belt, his Northcote recommendations are not to be missed.
F.T.W Mutiny on the Bay is a six-month pop up on the north bank of the Yarra River, an (till now) unused piece of land that connects Melbourne’s city centre, Docklands and the Yarra River.
Eating in Melbourne is not just a way to fill the stomach, it’s an experience. These eateries with a difference will not only satisfy the tastebuds, they’ll also provide an interesting tale to tell.
Because cheering at the Melbourne Cup is thirsty work, here are some food and drink suggestions, inspired by Cup winners of the past.