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Welcome to Melbourne, the cultural capital of Australia and the premier city of the southern state Victoria. As one of the nation’s most historical cities, visitors to this town will be swept away by the pioneering spirit that built Melbourne, and the trendy soul that still lures travellers to its shores.

From the history buffs exploring the city’s colonial past and about the Kulin aboriginals, to families wanting to get to grips with the outdoor adventures and extraordinary wildlife, to culture vultures wanting to attend all of Melbourne’s fantastic festivals, there’s more than enough in this brilliant city to keep you coming back for more.

Where should you stay?

There are lots of different areas to stay in Melbourne, each with their own charm. Picking the right neighbourhood depends on what you want the most access to on holiday. It should be noted transport is excellent in the city; you need to purchase a Myki smartcard which you can buy online or at Flinders Station. It will allow you access to the trams, trains and buses that run throughout the city and connect all these neighbourhoods.

Fitzroy and Carlton

The so-called hipster neighbourhoods, Fitzroy and Brunswick are great if you want to be thrown into the young and edgy vibe of this city. There are tons of start-ups, pop-up restaurants and bars, arts and culture events, and of course, plenty of hip coffee dens. The nightlife here too is considered to be one of the best spots in the city, so if you’re wanting to hit the town, this is a great place to book your hotel. And there is easy access to attractions like the Melbourne Museum and the Victorian-era Melbourne Zoo.

St. Kilda

St. Kilda used to be considered the up-and-coming neighbourhood of Melbourne, but now it has well and truly arrived. Situated on the beachfront, St. Kilda is one of the most popular parts of the city and it is easy to see why; seaside restaurants and bars line the coast, the Luna Park Fair is a nearby staple, and of course there are the lovely beaches you can spend your days on.

South Melbourne

The ritzy neighbourhood of South Melbourne is defined by its spectacular views of the Yarra, a river which snakes its way through the city. Luxury hotels are common in this part of the city, and will often offer great outlooks over the whole of Melbourne. It’s also really close to the South Melbourne Market, or the city beaches if you’re looking for a bit of downtime by the shore.

East Melbourne

Perhaps the greenest part of the city, the tree-lined streets of East Melbourne lead to the Treasury Gardens and the Fitzroy Gardens. History buffs will have easy access to the heritage building where the famed explorer Captain Cook once lived. The streets are replete with international restaurants, and great discount shopping outlets, perfect for a little holiday shopping. You can find a range of accommodation options here that will suit most budgets.

The City Centre

This is financial powerhouse of the city, punctuated by sharp and shining high rises, and deluxe, boutique luxury hotels. It is a fantastic neighbourhood for shopping and nightlife, and is one of the most popular places to stay in the city because it encompasses the historic Queen Victoria Market, and the gorgeous Royal Botanic Gardens. Expect easy access to transport and sites in this convenient and flashy part of Melbourne