While planning a trip to Melbourne, most holidaymakers seem to forget about one important issue: Airport transfer. For those who have never visited Melbourne before, here is something you need to know—there are no trains located at Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport, hence getting to the city centre is not as simple for first-timers to the world’s most liveable city.
There are several modes of airport transfers available, but one should always consider a number of factors—such as budget, flight timing and the number of travellers with you etc— before picking your ideal mode of airport transfer. From renting a car, taking a taxi to using sky bus, here are 6 Ways To Get From Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport To The City.
Melbourne has been ranked as the most liveable city in the world for many consecutive years —and is not hard to see why. With many beautiful attractions located within the city and an abundance of exciting events all year round, it is not hard to see why this city has been so well-loved by everyone.
Some of the best things in life do not cost a thing and that includes admission to Melbourne’s best iconic destinations. From the stunning World Heritage listed Carlton Gardens to the majestic Flinders Street Railway Station, almost every corner in Melbourne is effortlessly Instagram-worthy. The best part is that they are accessible to the public for free!
Here is our guide to 10 Iconic Attractions in Melbourne that you can visit for free.
Despite being approximately 6,028 kilometres away from Singapore, Melbourne remains one of the most popular vacation destinations for Singaporeans. No surprise there, since the Australian city happens to be among the most liveable cities in the world.
Accommodation is actually relatively affordable and we have narrowed down gorgeous Airbnb homes that you can afford to stay at.
Here is our guide to 9 Pretty Airbnb In Melbourne You Can Stay At For S$150 Per Night.
After a two-year long renovation, Higher Ground Melbourne alas opened its doors to the public on 04 July 2016. The venue—located just across Southern Cross train station in the city—is housed within a heritage-listed 19th-century former power station and characterised by exposed brick walls, high ceilings of at least three storeys and beautiful arched windows.
Higher Ground Melbourne’s old-world charm is juxtaposed with lounge-style nooks, split-level mezzanines, potted greenery and minimalistic decors. The new dining establishment is brought to you by the same team behind Top Paddock and Kettle Black; and a formidable line-up of chefs with reputations of pushing boundaries helm this gorgeous space.
Higher Ground is the hottest brunch spot in Melbourne RN.
Ask any Australian which is the best café in Melbourne and most of them will direct you to Proud Mary.
The Collingwood café has achieved a lot over the past seven years; it was ranked as Melbourne’s Best Café in 2012 by The Age Good Food Guide and most recently, it was ranked as Australia’s second best cafe by review site Beanhunter.
The world’s most liveable city is also home to Australia’s best cafes and coffee shops. While Melbourne’s city centre is already home to a sheer number of cafes and coffee shops, the inner suburbs such as South Melbourne and Fitzroy have a lot waiting to be discovered.
From Seven Seeds Specialty Coffee to South of Johnston, here is an alternative guide to our 25 Favourite Cafes in Melbourne’s Suburbs.
A whole new world awaits when you are ready to venture out of the CBD grid system. Please share with us your favourite cafe haunts too!
So you are headed to Melbourne but haven’t got a clue on where to shop at? Fret not. We have shortlisted 10 Places To Shop In Melbourne that will cover everyone’s differing budgets and styles.
Yes, our comprehensive guide includes thrift shopping destinations, indie markets where you can find one-off pieces and malls where you can find your familiar brands.
From the The Rose Street Market, Sunday Camberwell Market to Chadstone Shopping Centre, here are 10 Top Places To Shop In Melbourne. Do take note of each destination’s opening hours as some markets only operate on certain days. We sincerely hope you find this list useful, and do share with us your favourite shopping places in Melbourne too!
If you are looking for a memorable dining experience in Melbourne, the beautiful Mart 130 Café is where you would want to go. Mart 130 Café is a refurbished stationmaster building and is located directly beside an operating tram stop in Middle Park. The concept is indeed one-of-a-kind.