A Tour of Melbourne's 24-hour Nightlife

When you hit the town this Friday after work, don't just call it after knockoff drinks.
Rebecca O’Malley
Published on May 11, 2017


Melbourne's 24-hour nightlife is held in high regard, and without those pesky lockout laws that have befallen other cities, you can keep dancing (or eating) until dawn. Gaze upon the sprawling city from the rooftop bar at Fitzroy's Naked For Satan, before catching a band at The Worker's Club, an intimate live music venue only metres away. If you've caught the boogie bug, stick around for their resident DJ, Cassette Walkman, who'll be spinning rock and roll tracks until 1am. Round off your night with a burger and some chilli fries at Le Bon Ton, Collingwood's late-night eatery that serves food until 3am, and showcases flavours from the American South. And when that second wind kicks in, head to Nieuw Amsterdam for a drink and a sneaky snack — they've got a 24-hour license, and will be more than willing to serve you a beverage alongside some late-night eats.


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