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Melbourne, Australia
37.8136° S, 144.9631° E
Melbourne International Airport
GMT +11:00
Australian Dollar
Temperate Oceanic
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Little Bourke Street


One of the best shopping destinations in Melbourne, Little Bourke Street that also borders with Spencer Street, and close to Melbourne’s vibrant Chinatown has many different attractions for everyone that wants to shop in the city. With a wide range of stores and Australia’s best department stores such as Myer and David Jones in the area, Little Bourke Street, which also boasts the entrance to Emporium Melbourne, is one place that will be the best place to visit for a retail therapy.

Collins Street


Commonly known as one of the main streets in Melbourne, Collins Street along with Little Collins Street is famed for its line up of luxurious designer brands and high end restaurants. Especially the eastern part of the street, is known as the ‘Paris End’ as it features prestigious boutiques and retailers; from Chanel to Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co; that are housed in buildings with grand Victorian architecture.

Melbourne Central


A shopping center and entertainment complex located in the heart of Melbourne in La Trobe Street, that is linked to a train station. More than just a shopping center, Melbourne Central’s building has an interesting architectural history behind it, with Coop’s Shot Tower as the focal-point of the whole centre after being used last in 1961. The tower was first built in 1888 and now sits delicately underneath a massive glass cone that sets the centre apart from other buildings in the area. Linked to the Melbourne Central railway station, the centre is home to more than 200 stores and tenants which include a food court, Hoyts cinema complex, a bowling alley, and restaurants and bars.

Queen Victoria Market


Often deemed as the heart and soul of Melbourne, Queen Victoria Market is one place in Melbourne that you must not miss out on. When you are visiting Queen Victoria Market in Elizabeth Street, you will be able to eat, shop and discover your way through the iconic food halls and heritage Sheds complete with witty banters with the sellers. You may also want to simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere. From food stalls to fresh produce and artisan coffee, all can be found in the market.

Melbourne's Coffee Culture


The people of Melbourne are known to take their coffee seriously. Even way before other countries in the world catch on to the coffee shop culture and all that comes with it, Melbourne was already ahead in the game. More than just consuming a cup of coffee, Melbourne’s Coffee Culture is known to be an experience where customers can escape and disconnect from their world and enjoy carefully made premium beverages and the food that goes with the coffee. Furthermore, Melbourne’s Coffee Culture is also known to be made up of rich layers and sophistication that gives its customers a coffee shop experience that is unlike any other. Even though there are hundreds of coffee shops in Melbourne, these are the few that you may want to try to get the quintessentially Melbourne Coffee Culture experience: Higher Ground Melbourne and Brother Baba Budan at Little Bourke Street, Chez Dre in Coventry St in South Melbourne, Small Victories in North Carlton and the unmissable St. ALi Coffee Roasters in Yarra Place, South Melbourne.
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