Melbourne Pocket Precincts by Dan Campisi and Brady Michaels.
Melbourne is a city of proud locals, and visitors who wish they lived here. Whether by bike or by tram, explore the lively streets and beautiful green spaces; it's no wonder Melbourne has long been considered one of the most liveable cities in the world. Culture reigns supreme with world-class museums, galleries, street art and a topnotch food and coffee scene. Browse with the Collins Street elite or vintage shop-hop through Collingwood and Prahran, then finish the day with a fine wine on one of the CBD’s many rooftop bars.
Melbourne Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city's best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences, from the grunge of Fitzroy to the seaside vibes of St Kilda. As well as detailed reviews and maps for major attractions through to hidden gems, this guide includes a selection of field trips encouraging you to venture outside the city to the Dandenong Ranges and Yarra Valley vineyards, the picturesque Mornington Peninsula, the iconic Great Ocean Road and the historic Goldfields.
Slip this guide into your pocket and head off on an adventure, experiencing the coolest places in Melbourne and surrounds, like a local.
Format: Paperback, Full Colour, 216 Pages.
Dimensions: 18cm x 13cm.
Author: Dan Campisi and Brady Michaels.
Publisher: Hardie Grant Travel.
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