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Melbourne’s north-west is home to a diverse range of offerings from the Sunbury wine region to the Maribyrnong River and everything in between. Have a taste of the multicultural cuisines found in St Albans, or take the kids out for some plane spotting in Bulla, where you can watch the planes fly in and out of Tullamarine Airport.Find Out More
Welcome to Melbourne’s north, where bargain hunters flock to find foodie delights straight from the manufacturer, as well as shop for fashion, homewares and other goods at factory outlets. Preston Market has you covered for all your farm-fresh goodies, while Coburg’s café scene has you sorted for breakfast, brunch and lunch.
Melbourne’s north-east is where the city and the country come together. Here, you’ll find all of the conveniences of Melbourne’s burbs — great cafes, restaurants and shops — but right around the corner, you will also find wide open spaces, quaint main streets, wineries, farms and fantastic family-run businesses.Find Out More
Melbourne’s leafy eastern suburbs are full of parks, gardens and lovely tree-lined streets. But don’t be fooled, there is much more to the eastside than white picket fences. Bubbling under the surface is a thriving culinary scene, creative spaces and art fostered around every corner.
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Melbourne’s south-east is made up of both chilled out beachside towns and further inland, suburbs with a strong multicultural offering. It’s home to Dandenong Market — one of the oldest markets in Melbourne — as well strong Asian and European communities which of course means an abundance of authentic international food for all to enjoy.Find Out More
Inner Melbourne is a hotbed of creativity, cafe culture and unique style making it not only a great place to explore but a desirable place to call home. Check out the dining scene in Northcote, enjoy the exciting nightlife in Richmond, shop up a storm in South Yarra or experience the different cultures of Footscray — the inner suburbs has it all.Find Out More
Melbourne’s south-west is where the city meets the sea, and is home to some of Melbourne’s great attractions. With beaches, lakes and reserves to explore, nature-lovers will have plenty to fill their day in this area. The south-west is also home to the Werribee Open Range Zoo, fine food and wine as well as enriching historic experiences.Find Out More
Ask a local why Melbourne’s west is best, and they’ll have a lot to say! With plenty of parks with awesome playgrounds to keep the kids entertained while being kind to your hip pocket, along with an array of international dining options and cafes, there’s plenty of ways to fill a day in the west.
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