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Melbourne is Australia’s capital for creative cool, coffee and street art. In the city, there are plenty of bars, restaurants, clubs, festivals, museums and galleries to keep every type of traveller entertained, but the real adventure begins just outside Melbourne. Venture down to Mornington Peninsula and St Kilda for a dose of seaside fresh air and a glimpse of the Great Ocean Road, or explore the Dandegong bushwalks and Yarra Valley for some real Aussie adventure.

Melbourne CBD

Melbourne CBD is where you want to be to see all of the action. You’ll always find buskers on Bourke Street, the best high street shops in Australia on Elizabeth Street and some of the country’s most stunning street art around Flinder’s. You’ll find plenty of events taking place on Federation Square, and the central stations make it easy to move around Victoria too. There are plenty of backpacker hostels as well as family-friendly hotels and more luxurious, romantic options if you fancy splashing out.

Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula is a different town in itself, situated south of Melbourne’s CBD. It’s still easy to reach the Peninsula from the airport using public transport, and there are lots of charming and traditional hotels to choose from. Port Phillip Bay could have been stolen from the Spanish coastline, but equally it’s a charming and tranquil haven in the bushes where you’ll find plenty of cute cottages. This is Melbourne’s ‘seaside’ spot, so expect plenty of bars and restaurants, but the main festivals take place in the city.

Docklands

The Docklands area is to the west of the city centre, and it’s one of the newest developments in the city. Victoria Harbour sits on the edge of the Yarra River, and glossy silver apartment blocks and building developments line the water’s edge. This is also where you can find the Etihad Stadium for those AFL matches, and lots of self-catering apartments and 4 star hotels for busy-city types.

St Kilda

The bohemian beachside town of St Kilda has undergone a recent renovation, and now it’s home to many young professionals, artists and locals on a weekend away. They have a cracking bar and restaurant scene, and your accommodation doesn’t have to be too far away from the beachfront. There’s a range of high-end hotels and hostels to choose from both on the coastline and in St Kilda.

Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley is to the northeast of Melbourne’s CBD, about half an hour or so outside of the city. Many of the hotels here specialise in vineyard tours, so they’re perfect for escaping the heat of the city and relaxing in stunning green surrounds.