Winter doesn’t have to mean head colds and early nights – not in magical Melbourne. And especially not when there’s night markets, mulled wine and chocolate treats to be relished. We rounded up some of the most heartwarming ways to spend your August in our city.   TEAM PLAYER Invest in your team’s beanie and…

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Suburb spotlight: North Melbourne   No matter where you venture, Melbourne is bursting with an array of eclectic and energetic delights. With a little forward-planning, and the right local knowledge (which we’ll let you in on), heading outside the CBD will open you up to even more insights of this beautiful city. Here are our…

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Ice Bar at Docklands

It’s officially the snuggle season. And we’re embracing it with open arms. There is plenty of things do to do in Melbourne near Docklands during winter. The red wine, hearty meals, and woolly scarves and beanies. But Melbourne has a few extra goodies up its sleeve to help you (mentally) escape the chill with your…

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The Neighbours Tour

Chances are you may have only scratched the surface of magnificent Melbourne. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are our favourite behind-the-scenes tours to help you delve deeper into the city’s rich and remarkable happenings and history.   A FINE ART There’s more than meets the eye at the Arts Centre Melbourne. For…

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Picnic in the Park in Docklands

The days are getting cooler, but the desire for delicious food and wine is heating up. Luckily for you, Melbourne is the epitome of incredible autumn produce offerings. Here are our top picks for treating your tummies in the city this month. GET FESTIVE Foodies wait all year long for the Melbourne Food & Wine…

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French restaurant near Docklands

As the nights get longer and balmier, Melbourne has delivered a supper session to cater for your extended outings. The French Saloon, in Little Bourke Street, is now serving up a late-night menu from 10pm-1.30am. Think oysters, steak frites and a charcuterie board. It’s all led by Ian Curley, executive chef of the European Group.…

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Rickshaws on St Kilda beach

See a different side of the city in effortless style. Jump on a rickshaw and take a ride along the St Kilda boardwalk at sunset. With your choice of beats pumping from the front seat, and a friendly driver ready to fill you in on the local knowledge, this is a great way to get…

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Champagne popsicles

COOL OFF Melbourne will no doubt serve us up a long hot summer, and what better way to cool down than with a champagne icy pole? Now that we have your attention, meet POPS, a Calippo-style treat that contains half a glass of Champers. Pick one up at the Arbory Bar and Eatery, and keep…

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The Reubens

Melbourne Zoo’s impressive line-up now includes some of Australia’s less furry legends. The Rubens, Peter Garrett, The Living End, Ball Park Music and Tegan and Sarah are just some of the stellar acts that will be gracing the stages on the lush lawns as part of the zoo’s annual Twilight concert series. You even get…

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Perfect meeting place with friends at Docklands

Grab the family, the girls, or your lover and make your way to the gorgeous Werribee Gardens on January 15 for an afternoon of French delights. Both a party and a picnic in the park, So Frenchy So Chic delivers the best French music, food and culture for one fun-filled afternoon. This year, acts Nouvelle…

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