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Melbourne Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Enjoy the modern and diverse city of Melbourne a city famous for its culture and the arts. In this audio tour be captivated by the Flinders Street Station the largest market in the Southern Hemisphere and the Old Melbourne Gaol where the infamous Ned Kelly was executed. This vibrant city has a lot to offer including several fascinating museums and sport venues. You will also see St Paul's Cathedral the Immigration Museum the Koorie Heritage Trust Cultural Centre
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Central Melbourne Walking Tour
"Federation Square locally known as Fed Square is one of the most ambitious architectural designs in Australia and covers an entire city block in Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD) blending both the cultural heritage of Melbourne with civic purpose. Here is where your city walking tour will commence with a brief introduction to the history of Melbourne. Follow Melbourne’s timeline from the original indigenous landowners to the immigration and migrant policies of the 1970s that shaped and formed the fabric of Melbourne’s rich culture. Wander the laneways are home to emerging and well-known local craftsmen and artisans. Soak up the atmosphere created by the café scene smell the aroma of coffee and spices
From AUD40.00
 
Melbourne City Sights Morning Tour with Optional Yarra Cruise
"Board your comfortable coach sit back and relax as your expert guide takes you on a 3.5-hour tour through Melbourne. See local landmarks and hear informative commentary about the city’s history and architecture. Drive along tree-lined Collins Street to take in the city's maj the Princess and Regent Theaters Melbourne Town Hall and Federation Square.Stretch your legs with time for a short stroll around the Royal Botanic Gardens an extensive stretch of exquisite greenery on the banks of the Yarra River. Visit Fitzroy Gardens and make an optional visit to tiny Captain Cook's Cottage which was dismantled brick by brick then shipped from England! Take in the bustling Queen Victoria Market
From AUD69.00

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We ate a few places on our 2014 visit. Jimmi Jamz in Brunswick is a nice brunch/breakfast place with good service and a nice outdoor area. Poached eggs on toast was $9 and was great. Manchipster fish...
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Information & Sources

Hunting for a good hearty plate of Aussie Breakfast? Miss the warm seductive whiffs of roast coffee? Wanna chomp down a fulfilling bowl of hot soup? Well well well, look no further than Degraves...
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Pho Bo Ga Mekong Vietnam

There is nothing better on a cold winter's day than to pop into the basic laminex wonderland of Pho Bo Ga Mekong Vietnam in Swanston Street for a warming bowl of Vietnamese beef soup. There is a...
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Bluetrain

Blue Train has a great location and yummy food at a decent price. I've been back here time and time again. The outside seats have heaters and overlook the Yarra River. The location on Southbank offers...
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Personal Experiences

Thanks to everybody who posted... We have been spoilt as we spent 3months travelling through Northern Italy last year and we hoping to repeat the eating experience. We didnt want to end up in the old...
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THY THY Restaurant

If you don't have much money to spare and you want to eat well in Melbourne, stroll down to Thy Thy in Victoria Street Richmond. Located up a dark & dingy staircase, you walk into a crowded,...
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The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant

One of the worlds most unique dining experiences can be found on board the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant. Limited choice 5 course meal (late sitting - 3 courses for early dinner) while watching the...
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Sofia Restaurant Camberwell

If you're ever in Melbourne, you have to try Sofia's in Camberwell! Not so much for the quality of the food (although it's quite substantial!) but more so for the cheap prices and sheer quantities!!...
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La Porchetta

La Porchetta is an Australia-wide franchise. The first restaurant was opened in the heart of Melbourne's Italian restaurant district, Rathdowne Street, Carlton in 1985. Normally I wouldn't recommend...
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The Imperial Hotel

the Imperial Hotel was one of the two pubs chosen for Tottenham Hotspur supporters to congregate before their two games against Juventus and Atletico Madrid at the MCG. Tow big bouncers on the door...
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Nelayan Indonesian Restaurant

Nelayan has been on Swanston Street in the city for over 10 years, and is always packed with Indonesian students, especially at lunchtimes. The menu includes staple indonesian dishes - sate, nasi...
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The Windsor Hotel

The Hotel Windsor is a great place for a weekend high tea as they have a dessert buffet! Ive visited the Windsor twice for high tea now, the first was a day out with my mum and second a mix of...
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Mao Please

We wandered along Little Bourke Street where Chinatown is situated and we were attracted by the sign informing us of the special lunch. The staff were attentive but they came back after 15 minutes...
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Pellegrini's Espresso Bar

No fuss, fresh, home-made pasta served quickly. The restaurant has mostly stool seating at the counter or along the walls. However, there are tables up the back in the kitchen available for larger...
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1 Southgate Ave, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006, Australia
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8 Whiteman St, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006, Australia
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187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
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380 William St., Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
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1 Parliament Square, Melbourne, Victoria, 3002, Australia
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636 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
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Top Things to Do in Melbourne

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Great Ocean Road

We flew with 'Adventure Flight Co' from Melbourne to the 12 Apostles and it was great experience. We see more from the air even Cape Otway Lighthouse and Great Ocean Road but no Koalas! Beautiful...
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Phillip Island and Penguins

The park is hands on, literally. Feed kangaroos out of the palm of your hand. This 60 acre park had about 100 species. Many different animals to get up and close with. You can see Koalas up close and...
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Queen Victoria Market

Hard to believe - There is more! I found old buildings along Victoria street which had been turned into shops. These two storey shops opened in 1887, and in 1884 the single storey shops were opened...
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Fitzroy Gardens

Located near Grey street in Fitzroy Gardens is a wonderful children's playground. I guess the centrepiece would have to be the 20 tonne sculpted concrete dragon that is 7 metres long and 3 metres...
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Rialto Tower

The observation deck closed in 2009. A gleaming glass cigarette lighter ripped straight from the intro sequence of Dallas. It could only have been built in the 1980s. It was once the tallest building...
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Old Melbourne Gaol

This gaol was interesting because it provided a lot of information about the history of Melbourne. Many of the criminals mentioned inside had killed their partners through greed during the Gold Rush....
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"Wherever I Lay My Hat - That's My Home"
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"MY THIRD TIME IN THE CITY"
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"Melbourne is a Dive"
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