Queen Victoria Market is much more than just Melbourne's shopping mecca – it’s a historic landmark, a tourist attraction and a Melburnian institution.
Arts House is a City of Melbourne contemporary art initiative which supports the arts and makes Melbourne a more creative and liveable city.
Flemington is the best-known and oldest continuing metropolitan racecourse in Australia. It is the most significant racing heritage site in the country and in 2006 it was placed on the National Heritage List.
Cafe 99 operates at the Victorian State Archives Centre as a cafe and catering service. It offers a quiet spot to take a spell, meet friends and colleagues, and enjoy breakfast or lunch.
Libertine is owned and run by Nick Creswick and Zoë Ladyman, a young couple dedicated to their craft of providing not only a superb meal, but an indulgent service experience.
Small, independent bookstore located in the heart of North Melbourne.
A visit to Casa & Bottega will introduce you to the finest Italian traditions of food and coffee. A large range of domestic and commercial quality espresso machines are there to make it easy to find one that is perfect for you.
'The excellent combination of records and alcohol meld seamlessly in this quaint Kensington watering hole. Throw in some well-priced cafe food, the occasional DJ and live act and cocktails, and you have a recipe for success.
Bringing the community together by creating opportunities and providing facilities to its members recreational, educational, social and cultural needs.
Club Voltaire is a unique and wonderfully eccentric theatre space that hosts a dynamic array of Melbourne's emerging and established artists.
Visit Flemington Heritage Centre to relive some of Australia’s greatest sporting and fashion moments.
JASONGRECH is a duo of creative fashion designers. They focus on developing beautiful locally made clothing with the juxtaposition of elements: minimalist and art deco and lore and modernity.
Charles & Calypso offers a wide range of chic costume and affordable semi-precious jewellery, wallets, handbags, belts, scarves, gloves, travel accessories and the odd clothing piece.
In the heart of Melbourne's Market Precinct the Crimean draws on the diverse cuisines of Eastern Europe. The dining rooms feature great Bulgarian propaganda and advertising art as well as beautiful lights from Cavaletti Gallery.
An Irish gastro pub that feels like your Nan's loungeroom. All food is made in-house, from the Irish breads and butter to black and white pudding and whiskey cured salmon.
Gentlemen's haircutters in North Melbourne.
For the ‘java-vangelist’ tired of Errol Street, a new haven beckons: Twenty and Six Espresso round the corner on Queensbury Street. Roasting Proud Mary and Seven Seeds as house blends, this compact, yet light and airy cafe takes its coffee seriously.