Welcome, skip to the content.

Dive in to discover the distinct fortes and flavours of Melbourne destinations.

Spend some time in the city centre and you'll discover it's neatly divided into little pockets for you to explore. Find art, bars and restaurants up and down in the laneways, retail therapy for any budget in Bourke and Collins streets, and creative outlets on show in Flinders Quarter. St Kilda Road means galleries and gardens, while neighbouring Yarra Precinct and Docklands deliver waterside views by the boatload.

Just a tram ride away, the eclectic neighbourhoods on the city fringe offer endless possibilities. Take your fixie for a spin in the tooth-achingly cool northern suburbs Collingwood, Fitzroy, Brunswick and Northcote.  Flex your plastic in retail meccas South Yarra, Prahran and Toorak. Take your beach towel (or yacht) to bayside St Kilda, Port Melbourne and South Melbourne, and go west for more fabulous food and beaches.

We couldn't find any results that matched your search criteria.

Try changing your filters or search terms to try again.

City centre


City laneways

There's always something new to discover in Melbourne's hive of bustling, creative laneways.

Bourke Street Mall

Take a deep breath and dive into the bustling hive of commerce that is the Bourke Street Mall.


Make a dramatic entrance to Chinatown through the grand arches and get a sniff of its rich history.

Collins Street and Little Collins Street

Enjoy chic shopping in Collins Street and bars on Little Collins.

Flinders quarter

Enter the home of the city's creative elite within Flinders Lane's bars, boutiques and galleries.


Catch a flight on the Melbourne Star, and enjoy bars, shopping, and family fun, harbourside.

Sports precinct

Pick a player, choose a team and let yourself be swept along to Melbourne's sports precinct.

St Kilda Road

Wander this majestic boulevard lined with beautiful parks, memorials, and prestige apartments.

Yarra precinct

Enjoy beautiful parks, restaurants, cafes, theatres, concert halls and galleries by the Yarra River.

Crossley Street

There's comfort in knowing places like Crossley Steet still exist, with its quirky shops and cafes.

Centre Place and Degraves Street

Idle the afternoon away by the bluestone cobbles at a Degraves Street or Centre Place cafe.

Arts precinct

Get some drama in your life with the groundbreaking works inside Melbourne's bulging arts pocket.

Curtin House and Nicholas Building

The city's vertical laneways Curtin House and Nicholas Building boast boutiques, bars and eateries.


Do a modern version of "the block", a century-old form of cruising Melbourne's fascinating arcades.

Southbank and South Wharf

All roads lead south in Melbourne - to Southbank and South Wharf, Melbourne's waterside hotspots.





  • {{::inclusions}}

We couldn't find any results that matched your search criteria.

Try changing your filters or search terms to try again.




Pull up a milk crate at any one of Brunswick's new cafes or bars to soak up the neighbourhood vibe.


Revisit student life, linger over espresso, take in Federation history, and eat 'til you burst.


Peel back the inner-city onion that is Collingwood and find layers of history, creativity and charm.


Perch in a Brunswick Street bar and celebrate both change and continuity in this bohemian enclave.


Pay respects to hipsters of yore who settled Northcote with the requisite cafes, bars and shops.

Prahran and Windsor

Change pace and follow Chapel Street into Prahran and Windsor, uncovering an independent spirit.

Port Melbourne

Discover a modern bayside suburb hiding restored workers cottages paying homage to coffee and beer.


You won't go hungry in Richmond, and you'll need the sustenance for the shopping, sport and music.

South Melbourne and Albert Park

Sit by the lake, or visit chic boutiques, hip cafes and restaurants.

St Kilda

Kick up your heels by the St Kilda seashore, along with live music or on the rides at Luna Park.

Toorak and South Yarra

Hit the shops in Toorak and South Yarra, peeking at the property listings and the lives of pioneers.

North Melbourne

Jump ahead of the game and discover North Melbourne's hottest properties before the word gets out.


Follow the fun to ever-changing Footscray and find a growing arts scene and international cultures.


Discover Williamstown’s proud maritime history and take in breathtaking views of the city skyline.


Mix the best bits of a dynamic inner-city neighbourhood with a village vibe and you get Yarraville.


Discover more about Melbourne and Victoria's colonial story and aviation history in Werribee.





  • {{::inclusions}}

You may also like...

Food & wine


Melbourne is a melting pot of cultures, a fact reflected in its restaurants, cafes, bistros and bars. Feast on a dizzying spread of the world's great cuisines.

Nature & wildlife

Parks and gardens

Discover abundant parks and leafy gardens in Melbourne and take a break from the hectic pace of the city with a relaxing stroll or picnic on the lawn.

Things to do


Whether you're after high fashion, local designers, jewellery, furniture or fine art, find out where to start your spree in Melbourne.

Things to do


Sing along to hit shows in the theatre precinct, take a stroll along the Yarra River, or explore the city’s hidden boutiques, bars and galleries.