From the ‘Little Lon’ district’s notorious past to the CBD’s new mini streets, try these surprising conversation starters at your next laneway drinks.
Cherry Bar’s gone, but these conjoined-twin laneways still rock – just more quietly. Check out the street art, then taste your way around the world.
From footy finals fun to a street-art walk, there’s plenty of affordable and even free things to do during spring break.
From monster trucks and a gin masterclass to Barnsey and Brian Cox, these Father’s Day gifts rock
Womenjika! Find out about the Kulin Nation’s rich, living culture through these places and events.
Take a step back in time and see what popular CBD landmarks looked like decades ago – including two long-lost rooftop pleasure zones.
Whether you’re a serious photographer, want to pump up your Insta feed, or just love taking eye-popping pics, try these never-ending photo ops.
Take a tiny trip to these luxe hotels where all the fun’s on your doorstep, from winter festivals to high-end shopping.
Take a guided tour to fast-track your exploration of Melbourne. Take two, or more, because these walks are among the best things in life – free.
Melbourne’s a modern city, but pockets of its past are everywhere. Here are some of our favourite grand Victorian buildings and art deco delights.
You’ve seen the Arts Centre’s spire, the MCG and Parliament House, but have you discovered their secrets and hidden spaces?
What better time for a super-sized weekend than summer’s peak? There’s no need to go extra-large on your spend though, thanks to these free events.
Kids will want to take a screen break when they discover these awesome activities, from plays to playtime at the tennis.
You don’t need to get out of town for a relaxing nature walk, because the city centre’s blessed with beautiful parks.