With its picture-perfect terrace houses, enviable cache of cultural hotspots and more sleek coffee shops than you can shake a bag of finely ground beans at, it’s little wonder that Melburnians regularly claim that their bayside city is the most liveable in the world.
The Monocle Travel Guide to Melbourne will lead you down our favourite laneways, drop by the cutting-edge galleries shaking up the city’s art scene and show you where to marvel at modernist architecture. We’ve also sifted through the city’s cafés, restaurants and bars to find the finest establishments in which to order a perfectly poured flat white and some top-notch tucker.
Format: Hardcover, Full Colour, 148 Pages
Dimensions: 14 x 22 x 1.3cm
Author: Monocle (editor)
Publisher: GESTALT JOURNAL PR
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