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Everything to do in the heart of Carlton (including see the movie about it).
Have you ventured out to the 'burbs lately? Mega-malls are surprisingly fun these days.
If your imagination doesn't run further than Bourke St Mall and Chadders, let this be your well-thumbed guide to the best bits of this city's more...
Seek out the unexpected boutiques and shops tucked away in the CBD’s historic arcades. There’s even candy involved.
The little strip that links shabby haven Smith Street with its ever-so-slightly more uppercrust cousin Brunswick Street should not be overlooked.
As we farewell the grand dame of Moonee Ponds with her final tour, Eat Pray Laugh, Time Out takes a trip to that north-western ’burb.
Doncaster and Mitcham are two savvy options in the leafy east.
The train line west through Footscray, Yarraville, Seddon, Newport and Williamstown links every culture and cuisine Melbourne has to offer.
We ask local luminaries to describe their neighbourhood. This month, street artist-turned-Archibald Prize Winner Luke Cornish on Brunswick.
Don’t dismiss Elgin St as merely an artery to Carlton - it’s stacked with interesting shops and eateries.