There are still plenty of small and independent shops that are fully stocked with wine, pasta, fresh produce and more.
Social distance indoors with (up to) five friends, take a solo stroll or keep it virtual. Here are some ideas that won't hit the hip pocket too hard.
There are plenty of ways to get behind your favourite café, restaurant, coffee roaster, bar or other small business.
Missing the daily coffee run to your trusty caffeine dealer? Order up online.
Trade Netflix for page flicks and rest your square eyes on something different.
Raise your style game and support the city’s creative community by shopping local, from fashion and jewellery to must-have homewares.
What better way to find that perfect something to cosy up with than exploring Melbourne’s distinctive markets?
From street art and little bars hidden down laneways to shopping and a show, try these quintessentially Melbourne experiences.
Make the most of the warmer weather with these six Melbourne markets you absolutely need to visit.
From musicals to street parties, we’ve found Melbourne’s best nocturnal activities for autumn 2020.
Made a New Year’s resolution to spend less? From Midsumma’s gay times to a Latin lovers’ festival, these events will get you out and back on budget.
Rooftop gin gardens, 80s dance floors, foodie festivals and free water slides. The city’s hotting up and bursting with summer scenes.
Bring your own cup, say no to plastic straws and don’t forget a bag or two! It’s easy to do thanks to these Melbourne shops and bars.
Don’t shop til you drop – rest and refuel at these Melbourne food courts, which have lots of yummy, affordable options.