ulturally and historically rich and genuinely diverse, the Queen Vic quarter is one of Melbourne’s most underrated neighbourhoods. Catering to an active and demanding crowd, the location presents a number of food and lifestyle gems, which create an allure truly fitting of the destination.
A great example of Melbourne’s world-renowned multiculturalism, the quarter’s lifeblood is based around the ever-buzzing Queen Victoria Market. Indeed, if it’s good food and shopping you’re after, this neighbourhood has you covered.
Early risers will appreciate the latest coffee offerings from Market Lane and Padre; those after a cheap bite will undoubtedly enjoy Wonderbao’s tasty food options; and late night drinkers will be found sipping on a variety of beers at Prudence.
The year is coming to a close and the Christmas break is almost upon us, so whether you’re looking for somewhere to shop for loved ones, in need of a little cultural escape, or even looking for some holiday inspiration, the Queen Vic quarter is just right for you.
The Queen Vic Quarters competition has just opened and we’ve handpicked our favourite venues from the area, perfect for you to discover.
Selected by Broadsheet, this is your chance to win a day out in Queen Vic, including:
10am breakfast at Seven Seeds
11.30am guided exhibition tour of Utopian Slumps Gallery
1.30pm lunch at Libertine Dining
4pm shopping at Kids in Berlin
7pm dinner at The Crimean
9pm drinks at Prudence
Visit Bank of Melbourne’s The Quarters website, watch the videos and play the Queen Vic Quarter for your chance to win.
You can pick up a Quarters guide to Queen Vic at your local Bank of Melbourne branch.
The Quarters guides are available at the following Bank of Melbourne branches: Richmond, St Kilda, South Melbourne, Prahran, Fitzroy, Abbotsford, 100 Collins and Melbourne Central.