Dude food, speakeasy bars and canales, get ready for the food revolution that’s coming out of this cuisine-conscious Australian city
Centrally located in the CBD, Westin Melbourne is surrounded by theatres, designer boutiques, galleries and Melbourne’s finest attractions.
A backpacker’s haven located in the central district with public transport at your doorstep, this hostel is one of the most popular choices among budget travellers.
Comfortable rooms at similarly comfortable prices.
World-renowned luxury amidst beautiful architecture.
Situated at the edge of Sydney Harbour offering stunning views.
Let the view of the city and docking boats take your breath away.
Cosy accommodation on a quaint boulevard.
The perfect combination of comfort and convenience by the waterfront.
Crowned the 9th best dining venue in “The World’s 50 Best Restaurants” list.
Modern Australian cuisine at a multi-award winning establishment.
Who said wagyu had to be expensive?
Just follow the wafting smell of hotdogs and pies.
TV chef Kylie Kwong, brings authentic Chinese cuisine to Surry Hills.
A hint of Europe in a quaint bistro.
Immerse yourself in the colourful past and vibrant present of Australia.
Even visiting celebs like Nicole Richie don’t miss a visit.
The best place to enjoy the freshest seafood in the city.
Where to go for the best designer boutiques in Australia and kitsch little souvenirs.
Enjoy the beauties of nature and picturesque views.
Understanding how the city came to be the metropolis it is today.
Cockle Bay Wharf, the Sydney Aquarium and King St Wharf.
Home of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Head for the sun, sea and sand at one of the most popular beaches in the world.
This classy restaurant prides itself on preparing classic French dishes, presented with a modern interpretation to suit the discerning diner’s palette.
For wholesome food cooked from the heart with pride and love, Sally’s Kitchen in the city is a great brunch option that won’t break the bank.
At celebrity chef Neil Perry’s restaurant, only the finest produce is sourced to create a dining experience that will leave your taste buds tingling for more.
One of the city’s busiest restaurants (you’ll need to book at least 3 weeks in advance), MoVida is a rustic piece of Spain in the bustling Melbourne CBD.
This hip café in the city is usually packed to the brim for breakfast and lunch, thanks to its hearty sandwiches.
As a city obsessed with food and wine, it’s little surprise that Melbourne boasts diverse wine regions, with the nearest to the city being the Yarra Valley.