Open any guidebook on the Australian city of Melbourne and it will no doubt tell you to explore its “famous laneways.” Here's what to explore off the beaten path.
Among Melbourne's Flinders Street Station's many secrets are hidden rooms and disused spaces, most of which have fallen into disrepair or been repurposed as office space.
Here are our five favorite ways that the establishments in Melbourne have made the most of the urban terrain and layout. How have they chosen to hide themselves?
Melbourne Now is the largest exhibition in history of the National gallery of Vicgtoria with 250 commissioned, loaned contemporary art works and installations.
Left: Melbourne’s Russell Street in the 1950s. Right: The same location in 2013. For the past two years, Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne has two different sides to itself--one is the urban core that gets recognized as being one of the world's most livable cities, while the other is a low-scale, urban sprawl that planners and urban designers are still grappling with.