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Five of the Best Markets in Melbourne - Hummingbird Away

Whenever I travel to new cities, I tend to seek out certain constants. The landmarks cities are known for aren’t necessarily my sightseeing priorities. As a traveler who daydreams about living almost everywhere I go, I prefer sussing out the local vibe. I look for the coziest cafes, for cheap and delicious lunch spots and the best places to buy used books. I look for parks and local hikes, for scenic running routes and sunset views. And, wherever I go, I always make a point to check out…

One Perfect Day in Melbourne - This is a city that constantly rewards curiosity, revealing its surprises in the form of hidden bars, basement dining and rooftop revelry.

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Travel guides and inspiration for the best experiences in Australia and in the world, written by people in the know.

Tan Track at Royal Botanic Gardens - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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This 3.8km track circles Melbourne's King’s Domain and Royal Botanic Gardens and passes right by the Yarra River.

Heide Museum of Modern Art - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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When it comes to Melbourne’s artistic history there is nowhere more important than Heide.

Five must-try Italian Restaurants in Melbourne

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From Naples to Calabria, these Melbourne hotspots will take your tastebuds on a gastronomic tour of Italy.

There is a tangible energy in Melbourne’s central business district, where historic pubs and modern skyscrapers coexist and a steady stream of trams transport people down the main thoroughfares. We learned early on to explore beyond the major streets in order to get a good look at the culture that lies in the laneways in Melbourne. The alleys, arcades and street art we found were fascinating.

Laneways In Melbourne, Australia: Alleys, Arcades and Street Art - Jetsetting Fools

There is a tangible energy in Melbourne’s central business district, where historic pubs and modern skyscrapers coexist and a steady stream of trams transport people down the main thoroughfares. We learned early on to explore beyond the major streets in order to get a good look at the culture that lies in the laneways in Melbourne. The alleys, arcades and street art we found were fascinating.

Miss Fox - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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Basically, if it’s anything to do with pampering – tanning, waxing, facials, false eyelashes, non-surgical lifting – you’re in the right place.

Chin Chin - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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An always-rocking diner where the menu is shaped by the cuisine of Thailand, India, Vietnam and other parts of Asia.

A Guide to Melbourne’s Laneways - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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Our insider shares five lesser-known laneways you must experience... This dogleg off Chinatown’s main artery of Little Bourke Street houses the Chinese Museum, which doesn’t get close to the attention it deserves.

7 of the Best Breakfasts in Melbourne - Food and Wine - Experiences | Qantas Travel Insider

7 of the Best Breakfasts in Melbourne

Melbourne hits the spot when it comes to breakfast and coffee. Here are seven options worth getting out of bed for in a city celebrated for its café culture

7 Romantic Getaways around Australia - Romance - Experiences | Qantas Travel Insider

These are the Most Romantic Escapes in Australia

Discover seven of Australia’s remote getaways for couples.

Australia’s Lesser-Known Weekend Escapes - Romance - Experiences | Qantas Travel Insider

Australia’s Lesser-Known Weekend Escapes

Beat your retreat to these lesser-known stays.

Aboriginal Heritage Walk, Melbourne - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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Melbourne was built on the ancestral lands of the Koolin nation, which is an easy thing to forget when you’re staring at a city of skyscrapers.

National Gallery of Victoria - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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Check out the feature exhibitions or ogle Jackson Pollock’s Number 11, 1952.

Rosa’s Kitchen - Melbourne - Victoria | Qantas Travel Insider

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Sometimes you just want to eat the dishes Nonna used to make and Rosa Mitchell is Melbourne’s nonna.