First Timer's Guide To Melbourne

First Timer's Guide To Melbourne

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You're in Melbourne for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    Entertain the kids this summer school holidays with the ArtCart at The Ian Potter Centre - Find more info at fedsquare.com/schoolholidays -- Fed Square via Foursquare
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    tis is a MUST place to drop by if ure in Melbourne...the mini colourful huts are totally cool...and of course cute giler!! awesome for camwhoring..hehe -- Tania R. via Foursquare
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    Saving some time by visiting the City’s small penguin population at St Kilda rather than venturing out to Phillip Island. stkildapenguins.com.au -- The Hotel Windsor via Foursquare
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    The park is very nice, however the cafe is full of the well-to-do middle aged with maltese terriors, give this part a wide birth... -- David Collins via Foursquare
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    Cool place to Chillax, Have coffee At Melissa's or Hot chips or ice cream, nice view, good fishing spot and walking along the beach, but swimming is not really good... -- Amparito Yadao via Foursquare
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    It's good to take a walk on the beach on dusk. The sunsets are amazing and at 7.30pm the spirit of Tasmania boat leaves and watching that is so peaceful. -- Dale Hudson via Foursquare
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    I would liken it to an inner-city beach. Generally calm, safe for swimmers and non-swimmers alike, mostly clear and warm water (in the summer). -- Amie via Foursquare
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    Take a guided tour through the recently redesigned monument, including spaces not usually open to the public as part of Open House 10am to 4pm - Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July 2012 #OHM2012 -- Open House Melbourne via Foursquare
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    Explore what was once the largest building in Australia, and the highest building in Melbourne, Sat 30 and Sun 31 July as part of Melbourne Open House 2011 -- Open House Melbourne via Foursquare
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    A major work by architect Roy Grounds, the National Gallery Of Victoria features a 4 storey high hall and multi-coloured roof by Leonard French #LoveOHM -- Open House Melbourne via Foursquare
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    Free parking behind hobson store. Very shory walk to the beach -- Chris Gordon via Foursquare
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    We love love love Nitty Gritty Super City located upstairs. Kids will play here for hours. Suited to 8 and under, but often bigger kids up there too.. -- meetoo.com.au via Foursquare
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