explore something unexplored with the local people of Melbourne
No doubt you know all pubs, best hotels, casinos in Melbourne, but experiencing this lane and art, will give a satisfactory feeling.
Hosier lane is a much celebrated landmark mainly due to its sophisticated Urban art. Hosier Lane lies opposite the entrance to the Atrium at Federation Square on Flinders St, a prominent position in the city. The lane has been noted for the quality and the often political nature of its art.
Get in touch with a localite from Melbourne who can take you to this lane and also suggest some great street arts and food spots nearby.
Moomba is Australia’s largest free community festival, attracting over a million people each year across the Labour Day long weekend in March. Celebrating Melbourne’s diversity and traditions, Moomba features a variety of events including the Moomba parade, the crowning of the Moomba Monarchs, a carnival, fireworks, live music and the birdman rally.
The Melbournian tradition is celebrated over four days, incorporating the Labour Day long weekend, from Friday to the second Monday in March.
Must checkout if you love science and want to try some hands-on experiements.
It also includes a planetarium, a lightning room, and a mini-metropolis called Nitty Gritty Super City, that demonstrates in small-scale how a city works. The planetarium hosts informative shows, and the Lightning Room offers 30-minute live shows that include a gigantic Tesla Coil that can generate over two million volts of electricity to produce 3 metre lightning bolts.
Children and adults alike will have a great time here!
Melbourne beat out many of the world’s most renowned coffee cities, such as Rome and Vienna, for the title; you’ll certainly know why once you see how committed Melbourne baristas are to their craft.
Melbourne even plays host to a coffee expo, and the 2014 world barista champion Pete Licata (from the USA) has described coffee culture in Melbourne as “incredible”. If you’re a coffee lover, you’ve come to the right place!
Hire and travel with a localite who can take you the right spot to drink the best coffee in Malbourne.
Located in the Dandenong Ranges, an hour east of Melbourne, Puffing Billy is one of the most popular steam heritage railways in the world. First opened in 1900, Puffing Billy takes passengers on a scenic journey from Belgrave to Gembrook. Dangle your legs over the side just like you did when you were a kid or board the Steam & Cuisine Luncheon for a unique dining experience.
Get in touch with someone who has the similar interest like yours and loves being kid again.