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Best things to do in West Melbourne

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Beer Garden
“Designed to complement Melbourne’s eclectic weather, come inside and warm up by the open fires, or soak up the sunshine in one of the city’s largest beer gardens. ”
8local recommendations
“Great cafe in the north of the CBD for breakfast, brunch and other creative local Melbournian food. A must visit if you haven't tried them already !”
33local recommendations
“Our favourite place to grab a coffee or juice to kick start the morning. Plenty of options for breakfast.”
6local recommendations
Jazz Club
“Only 1 min walk if you get out from the back entrance! Amazing place in Melbourne for listening to jazz. Comfy and fair priced beers. ”
9local recommendations
Metro Station
“A City Loop Station. Located on La Trobe Street, close to Flagstaff Garden.”
19local recommendations
“The Hellenic Museum is dedicated to the celebration, understanding, and preservation of the artistic and cultural heritage of ancient and modern Greece. ”
2local recommendations
Bus Station
3local recommendations
“This is our 'local' pub. Good parma, nice selection of cider and beer, good atmosphere, decent prices.”
1local recommendations
Post Office
“This is the closest post office if you need to post anything back home or to friends or family.”
2local recommendations
2local recommendations
“If you love Jazz - you must book yourself tickets to a live Jazz show. It is Melbourne's best Jazz Bar.”
1local recommendations
“Very nice park with picnic and bbq places. Also nice playground for smaller kids. Nice mix of people over lunch time. Near by is Victoria market where you can find good food for not super expensive.”
1local recommendations
Train Station
“This is the closest train station to us (underground). Only use trains when travelling outside of the CBD. Unfortunately you will have to BUY a Myki card for $6 from the station or from 7-11 (or other shops that advertise it). Travelling on trams within the CBD is absolutely FREE.”
3local recommendations
“A fantastic selection of craft beers, and a great value tasting paddle on Tuesday nights and cheap pints on Wednesday nights. ”
1local recommendations