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MELBOURNE’S MOST UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCES. Pick number 5:

OH HAPPY DAY
They’ve dubbed themselves the ‘world’s first happiness centre’, and Serotonin Eatery certainly stand by their word. The Burnley cafe is a sanctuary created to help us escape our fast-paced lives. With the belief that optimal health requires a holistic approach, they fuse their nourishing eatery (brimming with plant-based meals) with an exercise centre. The space exudes happiness, with soothing colours, hexagonal tiles (a nod to serotonin’s chemical structure) and swings for seats. Because there’s nothing like sipping your rainbow-hued latte while rocking back and forth.
52 Madden Grove, Burnley, 3121
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MELBOURNE’S MOST UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCES. Pick number 4:

GLAMP OUT
You’ve heard of glamping for camping - well, here’s the bar version. Situated above modern African restaurant PolePole, Glamp is ready for you to sip your night away under canvas safari tent comfort. There’s three spaces to pick from - a roomy seated area, open bar (perfect for a boogie) and the private dining room that you can book ahead of your visit. There’s an African twist on the cocktail list, which includes cute Love Cups. Perfect for two, Potion 1 in this category has Lapsang Suchong tea-infused rum, citrus fruits, chartreuse, Crème Yvette and Prosecco. Pair with a cheese or charcuterie board if you’re peckish after all that dancing. Need a place to stay? https://www.docklandsprivatecollection.com.au/
267 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 3000
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MELBOURNE’S MOST UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCES. Pick number 3:

ISLAND LIFE
Surrounded by the Yarra River on every side, Ponyfish Island is a haven for wonderers and wanderers. Find it floating under the Pedestrian Bridge in Southbank - accessible only by the stairs descending above. Grab a bite and a drink, and admire both the views of the city and the surrounding artworks of exotic flora and fauna. You might even spot the elusive Ponyfish, a mysterious creature apparently seen swimming in the Yarra River.
Kiosk Southbank, Pedestrian Bridge, Southbank, 3006 just near https://www.docklandsprivatecollection.com.au/
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MELBOURNE’S MOST UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCES. Pick number 2:

TAKE IT EASEY’S
In this city, there’s no need to limit yourself to eating on solid ground. Instead, dine in a train perched on a rooftop. You’ll find one of Melbourne’s best burger joints on top of the world in Collingwood. Easey’s goes back to burger basics, with deliciously sweet buns, succulent patties and all the dreamy trimmings. Pair with a cold one, and nestle in while taking in the bustling surroundings. Life’s good at the top.
48 Easey Street, Collingwood, 3066 and if you need a fabulous place to stay https://www.docklandsprivatecollection.com.au/
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MELBOURNE’S MOST UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCES. Pick number 1:

ALL ABOARD
Get a taste of the good old days at the Tramcar Restaurant. You’ll feel like royalty as you climb aboard the historical eatery on wheels. There’s pristine white tablecloths, studded velvet upholstery, and luxurious burgundy curtains. And that’s just the inside. Watch the world go by outside as you cruise though Melbourne in colonial comfort - with all the contemporary trimmings of course, including air conditioning and heating. The set seasonal menu favours local produce, and can be paired with a divine selection of top Australian drops.
To book, visit tramrestaurant.com.au

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5th reason to swoon into Melbourne in Spring
HOT DOGS
Sure, there’s a pretty famous horse race coming up later this spring, but there’s one other to run first. The Hophaus Annual Dachshund race returns to Southbank on September 23, with sausage dogs flocking to the Southgate Restaurant and Shopping Precinct in their racing fineries. If that doesn’t pull on the heart strings enough, all money raised goes to Dachshund Rescue Australia.
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4th reason to swoon into Melbourne in Spring

http://ow.ly/M65A30eXSXI BEAT IT
We wholeheartedly dub Melbourne the country’s live music capital year-round, but there’s something extra special about gigs in spring. You can use the beer garden, you don’t have to check in a jacket and the days get a little longer so outdoor sessions are no longer out of the question. This month, The Pierce Brothers are at 170 Russell on the 15th, Kim Churchill is playing at The Corner Hotel on the 29th, or, for a little left of centre, try the Spice! Singalong at the Lithuanian Club on the 20th and 21st.
Kim Churchill - Home
Kim Churchill - Home
kimchurchill.com
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3rd reason to swoon into Melbourne in Spring.
GOOD CAUSE
You can both visit and help save animals when you drop into the Melbourne Zoo. The zoo is hosting the National Geographic Photo Ark, an exclusive photo exhibition using the power of photography to inspire people to save animals before it’s too late. National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore has visited 40 countries in his quest to create a photo archive of global biodiversity. To date, he’s completed intimate portraits of more than 6,000 species. The exhibition’s cover charge is included with your general admission ticket.
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2nd reason to swoon into Melbourne in Spring.
FRINGE BENEFITS
Fancy a Melbourne-esque dose of pure, unadulterated, uncurated and unexpected artistic fun? Make a beeline to The Melbourne Fringe Festival. It’s a celebration of cultural democracy and art for everyone, and features thousands of artists from every discipline you can name (plus a few others) performing 400+ events in more than 160 venues across the city. The celebrations kick off on September 14. For the full line-up and tickets, visit the website below.
Home | Melbourne Fringe
Home | Melbourne Fringe
melbournefringe.com.au
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1st reason to swoon into Melbourne in Spring
ON TREND
Only in our city is it possible to score yourself a front row seat or a VIP experience at Melbourne Fashion Week, which runs until September 8. Grab your besties and treat yourself to a night of previewing the latest threads, including designs from Akira, Alpha60, Ginger & Smart and Manning Cartell. Then, once your passion for fashion is fuelled, head to the National Gallery of Victoria for the unmissable House of Dior exhibit. The exclusive exhibition includes an incredible display of more than 140 garments designed by Christian Dior Couture between 1947 and 2017. http://ow.ly/i/yo4Za
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