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January in Melbourne is all about lazy summer days, swimming at the beach and watching the Australian Open Tennis Championships. As the mercury begins to soar, so does the action on the courts at Rod ...
Written by Jane Ormond, Australia, July 2011
Chapel Street is the Melbourne
street that shopping-obsessed Sydneysiders flock to on weekends – and
with good reason. But even if shopping's not entirely your thing, Chapel
St is perfect for ...
Each year Melbourne celebrates its beginnings on Melbourne Day, an annual celebration that marks the founding of the city on August 30, 1835. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from ...
Written by Emma, Australia, March 2012
Having lived in Melbourne for most of my adult life, I didn’t think that a tour of the city’s laneways and arcades
could teach me anything new. I mean, a tour is for tourists, right?
Written by Emma, Australia, November 2012
It’s hard to believe that what was once Melbourne ’s most controversial public space is now one of it’s most celebrated and enjoyed. Melbourne’s Federation Square celebrates the last decade as ...
Written by Emma, Australia, February 2013
Australia Day takes place on January 26th and is a public holiday for all Australians. Various events are scheduled throughout the day in every state and city and Melbourne has an entire program of ...
For many Melburnians, the New Year means only one thing: summer holidays. From late December onwards you can expect to see a steady stream of cars, many with surfboards, kayaks, bikes or caravans ...
Written by Emma, Australia, December 2011
Melbourne ’s markets have come into their own in recent years with a resurgence of farmers’ markets and many inner suburbs operating their own markets that reflect their area’s unique character. ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
Shopping in the city used to consist of a few Australian novelty shops, a handful of surf shops and an excellent hatter. These days Melbourne ’s shopping scene has a reputation for being ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2012
Each year Melbourne celebrates the return of the warmer weather with a number of local street festivals. Here’s a list of some of our favourites: Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken ...
The Big Day Out (BDO) is one of Australia ’s longest-serving music festivals and the very first show was back in Sydney in 1992 and featured a memorable set by Nirvana. Editor’s Note: This ...
Don’t be fooled by the name, there’s more to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) than just cricket. In fact, the MCG (or the ‘G as it is colloquially known) is Australia ’s most famous sporting ...
Melbourne swells with visitors during the Australian Grand Prix so it pays to book your accommodations in Australia
and plan ahead of time. That includes figuring out which days you plan
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