The National Gallery of Victoria was founded in 1861, making it the oldest public art gallery in the whole of Australia.
Follow the quirky graffiti on the outside walls of the building to an urban dining experience that promises fresh, sustainable eating, where the food is eco-conscious without being overly righteous.
A prestigious hotel set in a remarkable hundred-year-old Italianate mansion in Melbourne’s South Yarra.
The Winery in Melbourne’s Yarra Valley lives up to all the expectations that make Australia so famous for its wine and beautiful vineyards.
‘Number 2 Trendiest Hotel in the World’ is going to raise high expectations, and The Cullen does not disappoint.
The Olsen located in Melbourne’s trendiest shopping district offers five star accommodation in a modern day sanctuary filled with creative works by famous Australian landscape artist, Dr John Olsen.
A key Australian centre of artistic innovation and development for contemporary dance and physical arts.
Reminiscent of the prohibition era that made cabaret and jazz so popular, The Butterfly House is an eclectic venue hidden away right in the middle of Melbourne’s CBD.
Cutler & Co is making exceptional use of Melbourne’s first industrial area, refurbishing an old metal work factory to create a dining landscape that infuses the old with the new.
24 Moons is a modern day speakeasy which offers regular eclectic performances and creative events in a 1920’s jazz inspired environment.
Taking cinema out of the cinema, Melbourne’s Underground Cinema aims to break the mould when it comes to movie-going and has stepped outside the square to provide a cinematic experience like no other.
Longroom strives to offer its customers the ultimate in style, service and sophistication, with a venue that can fit anywhere from 2 to 260 guests.
This boutique hotel in the trendy Melbourne suburb of St Kilda offers its guests the chance to “wine, dine and unwind” all in the one address.
World famous Quay restaurant located in the dress circle of Sydney’s iconic harbor not only provides multi-award winning food, but some of the most spectacular view that Sydney has to offer.
Don’t let the line ups here turn you off, they are here every night of the week and believe me, Mamak is worth the wait.
The site was a former junk yard, now put to good use housing an array of eclectic stalls where you might find anything from quirky one-off prints, to peculiar furniture pieces or intricate fashion designs.
MoVida Aqui captures the spirit of Spain right in the heart of Melbourne, embracing the vibrant fun and essence of the great bars and…
Adjoined to the wing of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, is Storey Hall, a public art gallery in Melbourne, Australia. The gallery holds…
Outback Accommodation with a difference experience is what makes the opal mining town of Coober Pedy unique in the world: stay underground and enjoy…
Each of the hotel’s 100 Guest Rooms, including 36 stunning Loft Rooms, retain the authenticity and charm of the historic wharf building while providing…