Order of Melbourne
State Library of Victoria
This grand neoclassical building has been at the forefront of Melbourne's literary scene since it opened in 1856. When its epicentre,...
Indoor climbing centre with city views and naturalistic surfaces up to 18m high. There's a large glass frontage, so the city gets to...
Old Melbourne Gaol
Built in 1841, this forbidding bluestone prison was in operation until 1929. It's now one of Melbourne's most popular museums, where you...
Wonderbao does only one thing – no prizes for guessing what. Its bao (steamed buns) range from the traditional sticky-barbecue-pork...
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Hidden cagily above the ‘Druids Club’, this cavernous bar suspends industrial art from the ceiling and slips a happy, mixed crowd into cushioned corner booths. High-arched windows climb to the lofty ceiling and the bar mixes fine cocktails. A teeny bar-garden up top is open till 10pm.