Within an hours drive or train ride from the centre of Geelong is Melbourne, one of the world’s great cities. Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city after Sydney and the capital of Victoria. Well known for it’s love of sporting events, it is one of Australia’s most cosmopolitan and European style cities. Greater Melbourne is home to over 3.8 million people living in the urban sprawl that hugs Port Phillip Bay.
Melbourne’s city centre has one of the world's best shopping precints, with huge department stores, all the big names and plenty of exquisite boutiques. The city is alive with great restaurnts, theatres, cafes and attractions. Melbourne is one of the great cities of the world. …Read more
Dockland’s is Melbourne’s newest suburb, right on the waterfront and home to Docklands Stadium, huge retail precincts and plenty of dining opourtunities. Docklands is fast becoming Melbourne's favorite playground. …Read more
Situated in the heart of the city in Little Bourke Street, Melbourne’s Chinatown has a wealth of Asian restauants, ranging from Chinese, Malay, Thia, Vietnamese, Japanese and Korean. There are so many great choices and a must for any visitor. …Read more
Melbourne has a rich Greek heritage, with a huge population living in and around the city. Londsdale street and surrounding lanes have some amazing Greek restaurants, bars and clubs plus plenty of Greek coffee shops and cafe’s serving Melbourne’s best cakes. …Read more
Richmond to the city’s north is home to the MCG Melbourne’s huge sporting arena home to cricket and AFL football. Richmond is a multicultural mix of Vietnamese and Europeans and has a huge factory outlet industry. Plenty of cafes and dining opourtunities and a thriving area. …Read more
Brunswick is a mix of cultures, art and things a bit out there. Close to some of Melbourne’s best Universities the area has a young and somewhat alternate feel with plenty of great pubs, restaurants, coffee shops and good shopping with people shopping for books, records, specialty gifts and clothing. …Read more