The Boating Mecca of the Southern Seas: Victoria
Aug01

The Boating Mecca of the Southern Seas: Victoria

With Melbourne boasting the spectacular Port Phillip Bay, the reputed boating mecca of the southern seas, Victoria is definitely a place you want to be sailing to. There’s plenty to do and see, both on land and on water, and the best thing is that you’ll never be too far from your boat. We have picked out several notable marinas with facilities to make your docking more practical and pleasurable, and their own boatyard, or the...

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Melbourne’s Ice Lounge: The Coolest Place to Chill Out this New Year
Dec02

Melbourne’s Ice Lounge: The Coolest Place to Chill Out this New Year

Be part of the cool crowd at Melbourne’s Chill on Ice Lounge. Experience sub-zero temperatures as you quench your thirst with sublime cocktails in a bar made entirely of ice. It’s a winter wonderland of ice sculptures and cool music, and at minus 10 degrees it’s definitely the coolest place in Melbourne! Feel the freeze of the fan forced blizzard as you enter the Ice Lounge – the coolest bar in Melbourne. Be surrounded by more than...

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True coffee at Melbourne Central with Plantation
Sep07

True coffee at Melbourne Central with Plantation

Welcome the Caffeine King to Melbourne Central. Another installment of the empire behind St Ali….is this Sensory Lab outpost. This time he’s headed upstairs to Melbourne Central’s new level two Dining Hall, opening specialty coffee outlet Plantation. While coffee connoisseurs can expect a new experimental coffee encounter, others will relish this convenient pre-work or mid-shop high-class coffee stop. You’ll arrive at an eight-metre...

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360Q: Waterside Eatery Adds a Modern Touch to Historic Queencliff
Aug09

360Q: Waterside Eatery Adds a Modern Touch to Historic Queencliff

There are plenty of ways to approach Queencliff’s gleaning 360Q: by ferry, car, foot or – yes, please – by luxury sea-liner. The two-storey restaurant and bar sits at the tip of the promenade at the stunning one-year-old Queenscliff Harbour and offers a fresh, modern alternative to the seaside village’s renowned Victorian hotels. Architect Robert Conti’s design is clean and simple, with natural wood, limestone, copper and plenty of...

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