Filled with a classic Victorian era charm, South Melbourne is one of the city’s oldest suburbs and possesses a rich and proud history. The area has aged gracefully. From the vibrant, multicultural South Melbourne Market to the chic cafes responsible for reviving our city’s coffee culture, this is a suburb that offers the best of old and new.
Here, nightlife is a quintessentially Aussie affair that draws on the best of Melbourne’s pub culture. You’ll find countless watering holes, all perfect for a cheeky pot or hearty counter meal.
Or for something a little more refined, why not make a visit to one of South Melbourne’s newer offerings. For a fun and modern interpretation on some classic cocktails, Hercules Morse will have you covered. And for a quality dining experience, don’t go past the lively Wayside Inn.
There’s a lot happening in this quarter, and whether for food or drink, or arts and culture, South Melbourne has you covered.
The weather is getting warmer, the festive season is only a stone’s throw away and as we settle into the heart of spring, the urge to get out and about has reinvigorated our spirits. So why not fuel your cultural appetite by exploring the latest Quarter?
The South Melbourne Quarters competition has just opened and we’ve picked out some activities that are perfect to fill the empty spaces in your schedule.
Chosen by us, this is your chance to win a day out in South Melbourne, including:
9am breakfast at Dead Man Espresso
10.30am coffee course at St Ali with Australian Barista Champion, Matt Perger
Noon lunch at Chez Dre
2pm shopping at Beggar Man Thief
5pm dinner at Wayside Inn
7.30pm show at the Malthouse Theatre
Simply visit Bank of Melbourne’s The Quarters website, watch the videos and play the South Melbourne Quarter for your chance to win.
You can pick up a Quarters guide to South Melbourne 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.