Remember dropping into the Coles Cafeteria on Bourke Street for a feast of rashers, sausages and mash, with gravy, from the bain marie? Or catching a 'red rattler' into the city? Eating a hot jam doughnut from the American Doughnut Kitchen van at the Queen Vic markets? If you answered yes to any of thes ...Show more
Melbourne I Love You is the third book by Chris Cincotta. It is a combination of many photographers work to show the world Melbourne and Victoria's beauty through their eyes. The book also includes interviews with the photographers in the Humans In Melbourne style.
Melbourne is a city of proud locals, and visitors who wish they lived here. Whether by bike or by tram, explore the lively streets and beautiful green spaces; it's no wonder Melbourne has long been considered one of the most liveable cities in the world. Culture reigns supreme with world-class museums, ...Show more
The classic series from Anova Books, MELBOURNE: THEN AND NOW showcases vintage pictures of the city and compares them with the views as they look today. Part of Melbourne's charm is down to the preservation of grand buildings from its days as Australia's most populous and prosperous city. Victoria's gol ...Show more
Melbourne and its surrounding regions are a great place to go for a walk. Step away from the city pavements and you'll discover a world of hidden wild rivers, towering eucalypt forests, cliff-tops and sheltered coves. This revised and completely updated edition of Walks in Nature: Melbourn ...Show more
Melbourne is the Australian home of street art. International visitors and locals alike flock to street art hot spots like Hosier Lane and Footscray to witness the evolution of these transient streetscapes. From city laneways to public parks, and suburban shopping strips to abandoned car lots, murals, s ...Show more
The definitive travel guides that make you feel like a local wherever you go. Monocle reports from around the globe. As its editors and correspondents dart from city to city, they get to know the best places to rest their heads, stretch their limbs, and kick back with a contact in a hard-to-find cocktai ...Show more
Lost Melbourne looks at the cherished places in the city that time, fashion and progress have swept aside - the old cinemas, the outdated hotels, the Victorian buildings in the wrong place. Organised chronologically from the date of loss, the book looks back at all kinds of Melbourne institutions that h ...Show more
'The perfect day out in Melbourne, like any ordinary day out in Melbourne, necessarily involves coffee, sandwiches, beer, a bike ride and maybe a tram trip.' Book jacket.
Melbourne is a right bobby dazzler, but unlike her flashier sister Sydney, she ain't one to show off her goodies - most of her best food and fashion bits are secreted away down arcades and hidden laneways. We've probed into this chilled chick's deepest recesses, and now Mellie's all yours for the taking ...Show more