One of the newest nonprofit art spaces, the Slumps has a recherché backstreet location and loads of attitude. Installation is king here,...
Originally known as Burial Hill, these gardens were the site of Melbourne's first cemetery, where eight of the city’s early settlers...
This historical pub hides away a fully fledged nightclub with a 24-hour licence. It’s enormous, with distinct rooms over three levels...
A huge, open space with tapas menu and chargrilled cooking.
280 William St · interesting places nearby
Hellenic Museum information
Housed in a beautiful Renaissance revival–style building that was formerly the Royal Mint, this small museum is dedicated to Greek immigrants who moved here in the 1950s and the legacy they've left on the city – the third biggest Greek-speaking city behind Athens and Boston.