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179 Nelson Pl
With funky music, a well-stocked bar and fluoro decor, this establishment targets 20 and 30-somethings who have not yet lost their groove thing. With walls painted in ...
380 Lygon St
Situated in the heart of Lygon Street, Cinema Nova is conveniently located near numerous Italian restaurants. The complex has eight screens, making it one ...
154 Flinders St
The Forum opened the same year as the Regent - 1929. But whereas the Regent is a rather classic style theater, the Forum is architecturally an oddball. You cannot but notice it as you pass down Flinders Street. And the ...
Ferntree Gully Rd
All the fun of the farm is on display here and children are welcome to get involved. There are hayrides, cows to milk, baby lambs to feed ...
100 St Kilda Rd
The 60's meets today in this sophisticated wine bar. Transparent plastic bucket seats and semi-circular booths lend a retro feel, while pewter upholstery, stainless steel tables and ...
163 Spring St
In use since 1854, major restoration in the late 1980s saw the Princess Theater reopen in 1989 capable of providing the technology modern shows demand. Its ornate facade is in keeping in with the ...
377 Russell St
Opened in 1841, Victoria's oldest surviving prison housed thousands of inmates over the years, including the infamous Ned Kelly who ...
This par 68 golf course is located in a picturesque setting by the Yarra River . The fairways are undulating, with bunkers, lagoons ...
249 Elizabeth St
Outre is a retail art gallery specializing in weird and unusual art. This encompasses underground and alternative styles. Outre also sells related books ...
With its markets, funfairs and nightclubs, St. Kilda's Beach is often overlooked. Just 20 minutes from the city by tram, it runs between the St. Kilda marina and the ...