Koorie Heritage Trust
Devoted to southeastern Aboriginal culture, this cultural centre displays interesting artefacts and oral history. Its gallery spaces...
Housed in a beautiful Renaissance revival–style building that was formerly the Royal Mint, this small museum is dedicated to Greek...
Originally known as Burial Hill, these gardens were the site of Melbourne's first cemetery, where eight of the city’s early settlers...
This ‘social salon and cabaret’ is ostensibly a private club, but nonmembers do make it in, especially on Thursday and Sunday nights....
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Lonely Planet review
This historical pub hides away a fully fledged nightclub with a 24-hour licence. It’s enormous, with distinct rooms over three levels that can fit up to 1000 people. Their sound equipment is the business and the rota of DJs includes spinners of breakbeat, psy-trance and deep house.