It's the super club John Brumby infamously tried to ban at the planning stages, perhaps that's the real reason Labor lost the election? Whatever, Neverland opened its doors undaunted - a bit of infamy never hurt anyone, did it?

As the fairytale name suggests, it's a wonderland of insane proportions inside as one of the largest venues in the southern hemisphere, with an equally spacious outdoors lounge area. Freshly minted, this place is set to go off, with a little notorious help.

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Neverland details

32-38 Johnson St

South Melbourne 3205

Telephone 03 9646 5544

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