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Most well known for his Alice in Wonderland series, Charles Blackman articulates life with a dream-like poetry. Located on the boulevard of business...
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Offering great value city accommodation, ibis Melbourne is located in an ideal position just a few minutes walk from the famous Queen Victoria...
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Novotel Melbourne on Collins has just completed a seven million dollar refurbishment of all guest rooms and Public areas. It is a preferred location...
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Seasons Botanic Gardens is about focusing on the personal touch. The hotel is modern, timeless and beautiful. They are more than just a building;...
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Mercure Melbourne Caroline Springs is an all in one location and perfect for business, leisure, recreation and entertainment. Only 20 minutes from...
Bordered by century-old elm trees in the heart of the city, Park Hyatt Melbourne offers a warm residential ambience, exceptional levels of...
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Punthill Apartment Hotels - Flinders Lane is a boutique Melbourne city apartment hotel. Ideally situated in the most vibrant part of Melbourne city...
From $179 - $489
A beachside experience on the city fringe; located in Melbourne's most cosmopolitan suburb, Novotel Melbourne St Kilda is ideally positioned opposite...
Citadines on Bourke Melbourne is the ideal choice for independent travellers ready to experience all that Melbourne has to offer. When visiting...
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If you are in search of your ideal Melbourne accommodation, create a memorable city experience and book today at the landmark Quality Hotel...
Blossom into spring with a bottle of red or white wine to enjoy at the bar or in your room at Clarion Suites Gateway. Stay in a Studio Room with a queen or twin bed.
Amity Apartment Hotel is your home away from home to explore Melbourne's newest neighbourhood shopping gems, cafes, treasures of another era and local hot spots to please even the fussiest of barflies
Ibis Melbourne is offering a fantasic early bird offer for overnight accommodation booked at last 21 days before your stay.
Overnight accommodation at Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens including full buffet breakfast for two, high speed internet access and car parking.
Relax in a King Room with a king bed, spacious ensuite, Foxtel, WiFi, complimentary tea and coffee, and gold membership access to Melbourne City Baths.
Experience one of the world’s biggest sporting events with Virgin Australia. Deal includes return flights to Melbourne, three nights' accommodation and a middle weekend day session package ticket.
It ain't cheap, but you get what you pay for – with head chef Luke Croston serving up a combination of high-street glamour and elegant Greek cuisine.
Hatted by The Age Good Food Guide, Il Bacaro's the kind of the place that could have opened last week or ten years ago, which it did.
From Movida’s Mykal Batholomew and Longrain chef, Adam D’Sylva, this hatted eatery ticks all the right boxes without taking itself too seriously.
The iconic Stokehouse has relocated its beach shack glamour to an elegant abode in the CBD's Alfred Place while its beachside digs are being rebuilt.
Just like your imaginary personal butler, Brooks will scratch your itch, whether you're hankering for a snack and a cocktail or a five-course meal.
Watch the chefs behind the bar as they artfully slice up tasty morsels, while roaming waiters pour imported Japanese beers or cool, dry sakes.
Housed in a Fitzroy terrace, Matteo's is the share-house that grew up and got sophisticated. There's an Asian edge to the fare, and a fine wine list.
There are few places more aptly named than Andrew McConnell's Asian eating sensation and its mouthwatering Chinese, Japanese and Korean morsels.
Discover Melbourne's art and culture
Who says the High street is dead? Melbourne locals love their vibrant shopping strips, alive with a colourful and diverse range of independent retail.
Take home more than memories: shop for souvenirs and stylish local products at boutiques, markets, souvenir shops and duty-free shops across the city.
From Obüs to Scanlan Theodore and reliable Gorman, seek out Melbourne-based designers and their flagship stores. You'll be spoilt for choice.
Book a workshop on a whim and spend an afternoon in DIY delight sewing, screen printing, knitting, lampshade making, jewellery mending, and more.
Melbourne boasts more bookshops per head than anywhere else in Australia. Browse independent retailers stocked to the rafters with lovely literature.
Whether you're after high fashion, independent local designers, jewellery, furniture or fine art, find out where to start your spree in Melbourne.
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