Melbourne General Cemetery
Ian Potter Museum of Art
Part of Melbourne University , the Ian Potter Museum of Art manages the university’s extensive art collection, which ranges from...
University of Melbourne
The esteemed University of Melbourne was established in 1853 and remains one of Australia’s most prestigious universities. Its blend of...
This is the quietly upmarket Rathdowne Village’s local and its position opposite leafy Curtin Square and footpath tables make it very...
Not your ordinary posh North Carlton cafe, Small Victories is big on DIY: preparing and smoking its own bacon and chorizo, churning its...
Lonely Planet review
Melbourne has been burying its dead in this cemetery since 1852. It's worth a stroll to see the final resting place of three Australian prime ministers, the ill-fated explorers Burke and Wills, Walter Lindrum's billiard-table tombstone and a shrine to Elvis erected by fans. Check the website about night tours here.