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Things to do - Melbourne

Postby jmrz » Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:29 am UTC

Okay, this thread is mainly for Melbournites/Aussies.

I have never been to any of the major cities in Australia by myself before and I have no idea what there is to see and do in Melbourne, so, any of you who live there/have been there/have strong google-fu, what are the best things to do in Melbourne? I will most likely be there at the end of January for about a week and I will be holidaying with my boyfriend. We need places to go, things to see and cool places to stay at and eat at. I am not sure if we plan on meetups (which is why I didn't post it in that forum), but we will see what happens.

So, throw around suggestions, ideas, places to go and places to avoid! Thanks in advance guys!
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Postby JayDee » Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:47 am UTC

Hmm. I always find it hard to think of general things to recommend. Here are some things.

There are the Galleries and the Museum, and stuff like that. The Ian Potter Centre in Federation Square houses the NGVs Australian collection, and is really nice. Also in Federation Square you have the Australian Centre for the Moving Image which comes highly recommended, although I never got around to going there. You have the Melbourne Museum which is also great.

You have to go to Lygon Street. Italian food. Some fantastic pizzerias, and a divine cake shop whose name escapes me. Also in Lygon Street is The Book Affair, IMHO the best 2nd bookshop in Australia, and the University Bottle Shop, which I mention because I remember it as the only bottle-o that was ever open at 3am.

I lived in Coburg, just near Pentridge, which I'd recommend checking out. They've turning it into housing. But kept the lovely bluestone walls. So creepy. You've also got Sydney Road running down towards the city, with a fair variety of international cusine-type restaurants. Greek, Turkish, Argentinian, Indian, etc.
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Re: Things to do - Melbourne

Postby jmrz » Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:56 am UTC

Oh I should mention that I am into shopping (so markets etc?) and the boy wants to check out art galleries and museums and things like that (so those links are great JD, thanks!). We are plenty happy to grab stuff for a picnic and chill out in a park all day. We have no objections to walking places and will most likely be staying in the CBD somewhere so transport shouldn't be too much of an issue.

Our parents have suggested we check out St Kilda (and the markets there) and go and see a show of some description also.
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Postby JayDee » Wed Aug 20, 2008 9:08 am UTC

There are the St Kilda Markets, which are fun. The Queen Vic Market is big and very good, also it is built on a condemned burial ground.

There are plenty of streets around with interesting shops (as well as in the city itself.) Wikipedia calls Brunswick Street (in Fitzroy) the "nexus of Melbourne's indie music and post punk/new-wave subcultures" and there are plenty of cool shops there.

For the city itself, they do these little decks of cards with places on them. I have the 'EAT' deck, which has information on 52 different restaurants and cafes in the CBD, from big places in Crown Casino or Southbank to tiny little cafes in side streets. They also have decks for Shops and Bars (and one for Secrets? or touristy stuff maybe? I forget.) Worth checking out.

Random thing to see: The toilets in the sofitel have floor to ceiling windows with a fantastic view.
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Postby Dream » Wed Aug 20, 2008 9:28 am UTC

I recommend the Art Deco exhibition which is at the National Gallery of Victoria until October. If you like cool design and early twentieth century style, it cant be talked up too much. Wait. Damn. Just realised it's for January. Oh well.

My main advice is that the CBD is full of cool, very well hidden places. Bars, restaurants and cafes are all over the place, but are very hard to find just by wandering. You could lose hours to thinking "surely there's a decent place on this next street..." while blissfully unaware of all the places you've passed by, so maybe don't try just wandering. Get some recommendations, or at least directions.

St. Kilda is pretty cool, a couple of my friends live there. If you decide to see a movie some evening, the Astor Cinema there is well worth it. Classic theatre style.

I live in Northcote, which I think is great, but might not be worth the tram ride out. Brunswick St. is a good plan. I should be more help, but I can't seem to think straight....
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Postby joff » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:55 am UTC

The aforementioned cake shop is probably Brunettis

Also, check out the State library, the exhibition space up in the main dome is simply awesome

Polyester bookshop on Brunswick Street is a must, as is Minotaur down Elizabeth Street
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Postby JayDee » Wed Aug 20, 2008 11:38 am UTC

joff wrote:The aforementioned cake shop is probably Brunettis

Yes! that is the one, I knew people would know it.
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Postby Maseiken » Wed Aug 20, 2008 12:03 pm UTC

OOH OOH OOH!
Go to Campbell Arcade!
Because not only is there some gallery space down there that generally has cool stuff, it also has Sticky! The Zine Distro!

While in the CBD there's some great stuff to check out around Flinders St Station (Basically the best place in Melbourne)

First, just across the road is Federation Square, which is cool, there's generally some street performance going on around there, they'll Probably have the Olympics on the big screen if you can't stand to miss a moment.
Also in Fed Square is the previously mentioned ACMI, which HAD Game On, a history of Gaming exhibition. This is no longer happening, but there's all sorts of cool stuff there anyway (Including an independent Game Developer room, where you can play all sorts of cool games by Australia's independent developers, for free!)

Then there's the Opera House and Arts Centre, across the bridge (which is a good bridge)
OOH Sometimes where Flinders St Station meets the bridge there's this Busker who dresses up in a Spacesuit and does crazy shit with Synths and Theremins. That's always cool.
The gallery is also good, and has already been mentioned. If you keep going in that direction for a LONG time (Or take a Tram, Zing!) You'll hit the War Memorial, but it's pretty far away, and is a War memorial, so... not much shopping...

Anywho, Back at Flinders St Station, As well as the top half, there's also tunnels underneath the Platforms, and one of these leads into Campbell arcade (Where Sticky is located) I could meet you at Sticky and show you around if you want (All 4 Square Metres of it!), show up on Thursday and you can hang with all the cool Zinesters like me and Androniki and Sarah (Although she's been getting pretty succesful with her aRt, and hasn't been turning up as much...)

Anywho, yeah, Sticky is ORESUM!

Then, emerging blinking into the light, you'll find youself next to Elizabeth St, home of Lord of the Fries (Which Zinesters in melbourne basically survive off), This is where Minotaur is now as well, and where Dragonfly Discs USED to be. They sold pretty much any CD for 10 bux if you could find it. They're gone now... :(

as for ORESUM places to eat/shop, in between Elizabeth Street and Swanston St, there's basically a maze of Cafes/Jewellery/Fashion shops. You'd be better off asking my sister about those.

Also there's my house, it's basically a temple, at which disciples lay down tribute to my awesome power-Oops, I mean-ORESUM POWARRRR!11
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Re: Things to do - Melbourne

Postby Bruce » Wed Aug 20, 2008 12:16 pm UTC

When it comes to shows big cities have the real advantages. What are you after? There are a huge range of performances available and Melbourne is know for having lots of live music. Many more well known bands play at the corner:

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Postby dragon » Wed Aug 20, 2008 3:02 pm UTC

I stumbled across the unusual shop Wunderkammer and highly recommend it. A compact shop in the central business district, it is densely packed with curiosities. The website shows a small selection of their items. When I last visited, a section of the shop was roped off, and hidden behind the curtain were several huge mounted creatures in the process of being restored.


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After posting this, I find that Wunderkammer literally means 'Cabinet of Curiosities'. :D
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Re: Things to do - Melbourne

Postby jmrz » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:02 pm UTC

Bruce wrote:When it comes to shows big cities have the real advantages. What are you after? There are a huge range of performances available and Melbourne is know for having lots of live music. Many more well known bands play at the corner:

http://www.cornerhotel.com/


I think mum was talking about like, a theatre show. But band shows in pubs/hidden corners/secret underground lairs are all cool with us too. I know this thread is hugely in advance, but we wanted to get some ideas so we can start planning and figure out how much money we will need and how long we will want to stay for. I will keep all of these places in mind. Dragon, Wunderkammer looks like something out of Harry Potter, I think perhaps the boy and I will go there for a look.

Maseiken, thanks for the info! I think I actually have the book that goes along with the Game On exhibition. I borrowed it from the library to use for an essay, shame the exhibition ended, I would have absolutely loved it. We will probably head to the ACMI anyway.

Realistically, with the museums and things, if we wanted to visit the major ones (say, the ones mentioned in this thread), how long would we need to cover EVERYTHING. I mean, we are both geeks, we like to look at stuff and wander around places full of interesting things to look at. If we say one place for each day, would that cover it?
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Postby JayDee » Wed Aug 20, 2008 11:48 pm UTC

jmrz wrote:Realistically, with the museums and things, if we wanted to visit the major ones (say, the ones mentioned in this thread), how long would we need to cover EVERYTHING. I mean, we are both geeks, we like to look at stuff and wander around places full of interesting things to look at. If we say one place for each day, would that cover it?

Hmm. I would probably say so. A day was enough for me to get all around the Museum, and the Ian Potter Centre. Most people I've spoken to have said they spent a whole day in just one wing of the international gallery, on the other hand.
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Postby Maseiken » Thu Aug 21, 2008 7:51 am UTC

Good thing about the Museum; it's free, unless you want to see a featured exhibit. The permanent collection is free to view, which is pretty sweet...
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Postby Toeofdoom » Thu Aug 21, 2008 6:01 pm UTC

My knoweledge of cool places to go in melbourne is clearly hopelessly outclassed.

The scienceworks museum in spotswood may be relevant, but I haven't been there in ages, I think it's aimed more at kids and could be quite busy. Still I think it has one of the better/best planetariums. It would be funny to wear a "Science, it works, bitches" shirt there, so if I ever do go again I'll probably wear mine.

Checking wikipedia it apparently has the only digital planetarium in the southern hemisphere and a giant tesla coil...

It's also worth seeing melbourne central shopping centre atleast briefly for the fact that they have a crazy postmodern shopping centre around a 118 year old building. And now they've been adding what look like indoor gardens, some of them vertical. I'm struggling to make much sense of that place.
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Postby JayDee » Fri Aug 22, 2008 2:25 am UTC

Toeofdoom wrote:The scienceworks museum in spotswood may be relevant, but I haven't been there in ages, I think it's aimed more at kids and could be quite busy. Still I think it has one of the better/best planetariums. It would be funny to wear a "Science, it works, bitches" shirt there, so if I ever do go again I'll probably wear mine.
That said, I had a lot of fun going there when I was about your age, jmrz. Although the hordes of kids if it is holiday time would be not so fun.
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I also second this. As well as just generally exploring the CBD. All the little arcades are lots of fun.
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Postby dragon » Fri Aug 22, 2008 4:39 am UTC

I second the little lane exploration recommendation, but if you're in the wrong section it can be hard to find interesting laneways. Wandering the city is fun anyway though.

Union lane (off Bourke street) is a riot of artwork. Degraves street (off Flinders street) has lovely coffee shops and delicate wrought-iron lamps and a pocket of colourful graffiti about halfway along.
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Postby jmrz » Fri Aug 22, 2008 9:01 am UTC

Eeeeeeeeeee! You guys are so helpful, thanks! I'm getting excited about this already and it's still going to be ages away.
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Postby Hawknc » Sun Aug 24, 2008 9:32 am UTC

If you want to do some shopping, Direct Factory Outlets has a couple of locations and generally heaps of cheap clothing stores. Also try Bridge Road, Brunswick St (if you like indie stuff) and Chadstone shopping centre (a little more expensive but lots of fashion shops).

JayDee, I think you used to live in almost the exact same location that I live now. Pentridge is only a couple of minutes walk south of my new house.
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Postby diego5wh » Sat Aug 30, 2008 10:29 am UTC

Hello everyone, I am relatively new to this fora, I am from Mexico but I right now I am in Melbourne for 6 moths (I am a exchange student) I had been in some places around the city but I don’t know a lot of things. I could say that chapel street is a nice place to buy stuff, little expensive but have a lot of stores.
I was wondering if anyone had been in st Kilda beach, I heard that there is penguins in there, I am curios if is true or if I had to take a tour to some island.

Does anyone know were I can see the penguins?
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Postby JayDee » Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:47 pm UTC

There is a colony of penguins, although I'm not sure whether they are good for sightseeing or not. If they are, you should be able to find tours or other business with all the details.

If you want to see penguins, I imagine the best bet would be to go down to Philip Island one day.
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Postby Manial » Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:49 pm UTC

diego5wh wrote:Does anyone know were I can see the penguins?


Phillip Island, about 2 hours drive from the city. You can also see seals, and they have a nice koala reserve.

EDIT: Huh... I never knew there were penguins in St. Kilda Beach.

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Postby Hawknc » Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:53 pm UTC

St Kilda beach is great for viewing a lot of different life forms. ;) But yeah, Phillip Island is definitely the go if you want to see penguins.
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Postby diego5wh » Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:17 pm UTC

wow.. ! thanks I will go to philip island!.. hopefuly i will have time the next weekend.
I have tried to go to some of the placeses that are mentioned in this post and they are awesome, I really think Melbourne is a great city
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Postby |Erasmus| » Wed Sep 03, 2008 9:43 am UTC

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diego5wh wrote:Does anyone know were I can see the penguins?


Phillip Island, about 2 hours drive from the city. You can also see seals, and they have a nice koala reserve.

EDIT: Huh... I never knew there were penguins in St. Kilda Beach.


I see... amphibious cars are common in melbourne?

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Postby Simbera » Wed Sep 03, 2008 9:59 am UTC

It's like Monster Island: don't let the name scare you - it's really a peninsula.

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Postby Bruce » Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:29 am UTC

Huh what?

Philip island is an island. You can drive there via the magic bridge. OK magic is a lie.
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Postby Simbera » Thu Sep 04, 2008 3:25 am UTC

I figured as much. I just felt like quoting The Simpsons.

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Postby Manial » Fri Sep 05, 2008 9:36 pm UTC

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diego5wh wrote:Does anyone know were I can see the penguins?


Phillip Island, about 2 hours drive from the city. You can also see seals, and they have a nice koala reserve.

EDIT: Huh... I never knew there were penguins in St. Kilda Beach.


I see... amphibious cars are common in melbourne?


... There aren't any bridges in Sydney?

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Postby Maseiken » Sat Sep 06, 2008 12:14 am UTC

Um... there pretty clearly IS at least ONE bridge there.
It's like... Famous, and all...

But-uh- yeah, I think it's actually a Peninsula, I'm not sure though... :shock:
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diego5wh wrote:Does anyone know were I can see the penguins?


Phillip Island, about 2 hours drive from the city. You can also see seals, and they have a nice koala reserve.

EDIT: Huh... I never knew there were penguins in St. Kilda Beach.


I see... amphibious cars are common in melbourne?


... There aren't any bridges in Sydney?


Plenty, I don't know of a lot of islands one can drive to, though.

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Re: Things to do - Melbourne

Postby Manial » Sat Sep 06, 2008 7:08 pm UTC

Well, it is a pretty long bridge (640m), but there could easily have been a tunnel or a ferry that allowed you to drive there :wink:

Maseiken wrote:Um... there pretty clearly IS at least ONE bridge there.
It's like... Famous, and all...

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Re: Things to do - Melbourne

Postby kfish » Mon Sep 08, 2008 5:51 am UTC

Wow.. that's a pretty great list of stuff to do in Melbourne. Wish I'd seen it when I went a few years ago, I didn't do any of the cool things mentioned.

The two things I remember most was renting a car for a day to drive along the Great Ocean Road (that's definitely a day trip) and spending the afternoon chilling out at the pub next to Federation Square. Good fun both.

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Postby cyberia » Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:53 am UTC

Maseiken wrote:Um... there pretty clearly IS at least ONE bridge there.
It's like... Famous, and all...

But-uh- yeah, I think it's actually a Peninsula, I'm not sure though... :shock:


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