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A Melbourne tram will be filled with many golden balls of fluff for one afternoon.
Grab a caffeine hit for pocket change at the CBD's Little Temperance.
The NGV will host a huge exhibition of China's terracotta warriors this winter.
A European-style winter village with an ice rink, private igloos and fried cheese.
Melbourne's cosy outdoor situation of fondue, hot cider and lots of snow.
Escape the winter chill inside a cosy igloo with cocktails and chocolate fondue.
The man at the helm of Adelaide’s beloved smokehouse is coming to Sydney for one night only.
Roam the halls of one of Melbourne's most famous buildings after dark.
Gear up for weekly gigs, spritzes and after-dark access to the NGV's new Terracotta Warrior exhibition.
All of the jam-packed Asian bites you can handle.
Find inner bliss while surrounded by baby farm animals.
Here come the meat sweats.
Take a bus ride through Melbourne's music history.
The indoor market dedicated to women's fashion is back.
Swap your spare change for a stack of books every Sunday at the Queen Victoria Market.
Bottomless booze and all-you-can eat pizza to wrap up your weekend
Featuring over 150 haute couture pieces from some of the world's most iconic fashion houses.
Good For Dates.
11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
The Melbourne music institution has made its long-awaited return with an incredible refurb featuring 12 bars, two restaurants and three live music stages across its six levels.
270 Swan Street, Richmond
A gastropub that'll please the masses.
St. Moritz St Kilda
140 Acland Street, Saint Kilda
Australia’s 1900s ice-hockey scene lives on in the heart of this St Kilda resident.
3746 Point Nepean Road, Portsea
The Mornington Peninsula spot now boasts a whisky bar, stunning events space and Cali-style burger bar, all overlooking Port Phillip Bay
The Smith Restaurant
213-219 High Street, Prahran
Escape the bustling High Street, and chill out in the courtyard of this sleek gastropub.
25 Hardware Lane, Melbourne
Navigate the four levels of this hospitality extravaganza with a Campari — or two — in hand.
161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
A waterfront gastropub where you can relax and soak in your surroundings.
Hell of the North
135 Greeves Street, Fitzroy
You could easily pass by the bluestone home on Greeve's Street, off uber-chic Smith, were it not for the canary yellow door.
The Raccoon Club
145 Plenty Rd, Preston
With a strict 'no dickheads' policy (that they take very seriously), it really is about drinking better, not more.
39 Dukes Walk, South Wharf
There's nothing common about this pub, from an ice-skating rink to raging fire pit, it's full of surprises.
Southgate Pedestrian Bridge, Melbourne
A waterfront gem suited to folk in search of simple pleasures.
The Bank on Collins
394 Collins Street, Melbourne
Finally a bank you might actually want to visit.
55 Highett Street, Richmond
Enjoy tasty house-made pasta, in one of Richmond's finest beer gardens
The Post Office Hotel
229-231 Sydney Rd, Coburg
A refined gastro-pub experience in bare bones Coburg.
134 Lygon St, East Brunswick
A cosy local favourite in the truest sense.
Golden Gate Hotel
238 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne
Head to this South Melbourne pub during its $5 happy hour — or for its vegan Sunday roast.