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Eastern Town House offers Serviced Apartments of Studio and One Bedrooms. Enjoy FREE Wireless internet access as well as complimentary parking. Close to various popular venues and attractions, Eastern Town House East Melbourne Accommodation will be the ideal Melbourne budget accommodation to stay in on your Melbourne Holiday.


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Shopping in Melbourne

Melbourne – Shoppers Paradise

Melbourne is every shoppers' haven. Prepare to put on some comfortable shoes as you will be walking and shopping in Melbourne – Non Stop!! Here are a few places close to Eastern Town House that you can Shop Till You Drop:

Melbourne City Shopping

Myer and David Jones department stores has everything from clothing to home wares to electronics to food. You'll find anything your heart may desire. Adjoining is the famous Melbourne Central – A multiplex of leading Australian and international labels offering a range of quality designer labels and cutting-edge street wear, banks, food as well as HOYTS Cinemas, Rockstar Bowling, Shot Tower Museum and PARTY WORLD Karaoke.

QV on Lonsdale Street is Melbourne's new inner city laneway shopping precinct which features a diverse mix of high end fashion and lifestyle retailers.

Melbourne's GPO has reopened as a fashion, food and shopping precinct of unrivalled sophistication.

Visit our Laneways and arcades. From the Bourke Street Mall discover eclectic boutiques and individual homewares in Melbourne's historic arcades and hidden laneways. Stroll through the block arcade and explore another taste of Melbourne.

A selection of the boutiques, galleries and shops that can be found across Melbourne's shopping precincts.

Bridge Road Richmond

Melbourne's most vibrant shopping strip and renowned for its Designer Factory Outlet Stores. Visit Bridge Rd Richmond and get more than you bargained for. For fashion, food, factory outlets, and furnishings Bridge Rd is a must. Only 10-15 walk from Eastern Town House (East Melbourne Accommodation).

Chapel Street, Prahran

Melbourne's premier retail fashion district. Over 1000 shops make up the Chapel Street precinct, which stretches over 2 kilometres. Chapel Street is the place to be seen and has established a reputation as Melbourne's style capital at the cutting edge of fashion and style. Find a myriad of restaurants and cafes, and an array of bars, pubs, clubs and nightlife.

The Jam Factory complex has 15 cinemas, ranging from arthouse to the very latest releases, restaurants and shopping.

Toorak Road, Commercial Road, and Greville Street are all just off Chapel Street.

Just catch Tram 109 to Church Street, and any tram on Church Street will take you straight to through to Chapel Street.

Queen Victoria Market

Head to the oldest and largest market in the Southern Hemisphere to see buskers, or find a unique souvenir, a new outfit, gourmet goods, fresh fish and organic produce.

Smith Street, Collingwood

Known for its variety for sportswear factory outlet stores.


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Guided Tours in Melbourne

Visit Melbourne Attractions or Tours

Booked a guided tour for the day to visit some of Melbourne Attractions – the Great Ocean Road, Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsular, Phillip Island, Sovereign Hill and Puffing Billy. Melbourne City Tours and Shopping Tours also available. All major pick-ups from Eastern Town House Serviced Apartments Melbourne (East Melbourne Accommodation). Contact reception for more information.
Coaches include: Gray Line, APT, & Great Sights.


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Melbourne Restaurants

Food & Beverages, Dining Places in Melbourne

Apart from a whole city filled with restaurants to suit every type of culinary preference, here are a few places to take you tastebuds on an adventure.

Victoria Street, Richmond

Only 5 minute walk from Eastern Town House. This strip is full of Vietnamese Restaurants and deli's. You'll get great value and good prices, fit for any type of budget. Enjoy a hot bowl of beef pho noodle soup or nibble away at the Vietnamese rice paper spring rolls with a cup of Vietnamese traditional milk coffee.

Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

If you were after one area of Melbourne that best reflects the city's soul, it could be Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. This cafe and food precinct bordering on the CBD is very much like Melbourne in that it is tolerant and accommodating of all types of people. Here you can be Bohemian, poor, rich, alternative, trendy, young or old.

Lygon Street, Carlton

Also known as 'Little Italy'. Lygon Street has the biggest selection of Italian restaurants and cafes of anywhere in Australia, and was the first suburb in Melbourne to promote eating outdoors and tables and chairs on footpaths. Pizza and pasta aplenty! There are also steak houses with juicy high-end veal rib eye and seafood risotto that will no doubt fill the bigger appetites. Stroll along the stretch after dinner for a nice Gelato ice cream.

Lonsdale Street, City

Melbourne's own Greek Precinct. From chargrilled meats to sumptuous seafood, dips, olives and fetta, you'll find enough authentic Greek food to satisfy any Greek-loving gourmand.

Little Bourke Street, Melbourne City

For the best of Chinese and oriental cuisine visit the amazing Chinatown! Two grand red arches herald your arrival at either end of this fascinating street, which is lined with nineteenth century buildings housing renowned Chinese and Asian restaurants like Dragon Boat, Ishiya Japanese Stonegrill, Oyster (Australian,European), Sawasdee (Asian,Thai,Vegetarian), Korean Seoul (Asian,Korean), City BBQ Chinese Restaurant (Asian, Chinese), Banana Palm Curry House (Indian), Fleet Street Bistro (Australian), Kri Kri Mezethopoleion (Greek,Mediterranean) and more. The choice is endless!

Southbank

The river, the atmosphere, the passing parade, no other dining destination comes close. From casual cafes to fine food, long cool drinks and fabulous fare. Find restaurants and cafes like BearBrass, Bistro Vite, Blue Train Cafe, Egusto, In a Rush, Kouzina, La Camera, L'Osteria, Miyako, Mocha Espresso, P. J. O'Brien's, P.J's Side Bar, Pure South, Red Emperor, Scusami, The Deck, Tutto Bene, Walter's Wine Bar. Enjoy a sumptuous meal at one of Southgate's award winning restaurants.

There are also some shopping that can be done, with high-end boutiques at Crown Entertainment Complex. Enjoy high end boutique shopping at brands like Louis Vuitton, Versace, Burberry and Prada plus more. There is also food court and restaurants of various cuisines as well as buffet lunch and dining options. The Palms at Crown. Revamped and re-styled, the multi-layered auditorium seats 800 and offers cabaret-style tables at stage front, intimate crescent-shaped booths and intimate balcony tables. Crown Palladium – for all your events and special occasion. Crown Atrium – FREE attractions such as Christmas Spectacular and Chinese New Year. You may also like to visit the VILLAGE Cinemas with 7 traditional cinemas and 6 Gold Class Cinemas with first class quality experience of film, food, beverages and service. Have a fun game at the Crown Casino and enjoy the Las Vegas feel.

The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant

Dine aboard a historical tram as it cruises the scenic streets of Melbourne, enjoying fine cuisine and drink Australian wines. The first travelling tramcar restaurants in the world ensure a delightful innovative approach to dining. It is a star attraction and tourist symbol for the city of Melbourne.


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Melbourne Gardens & Parks

Stroll Through Melbourne's Famous Gardens and Parks

Melbourne has one of the best collection of parks and gardens and the good news is they are within easy walking distance from Eastern Town House Apartments (East Melbourne Accommodation). Melbourne visitors will be pleasantly surprised at the vast tracts of greenery surrounding the Melbourne Central Business District, enclosed by parklands and gardens.

Fitzroy Gardens

The Fitzroy Gardens are only a 5 minute walk from Eastern Town House Serviced Apartments Melbourne. Wander through this beautiful garden and grasp the essence of nature laid out across 26 hectares. Visit the famous Cooks' Cottage, a carved "Fairies' Tree", a Model Tudor Village, an old bandstand rotunda and the "Temple of the Winds" Rotunda, and explore the many historic features. Stop for some lunch in their lovely cafe, dine in the midst of nature. The Fitzroy Gardens divide the city centre from East Melbourne.

Royal Botanical Gardens

The Royal Botanical Gardens – home to over 12,000 different species of plants and are a natural sanctuary for native wildlife. Features of the gardens include the Ornamental Lake, the National Herbarium of Victoria, Old Melbourne Observatory, the Australian Rainforest Walk and the Water Conservation Garden. A walk around the entire gardens will take 2 to 3 hours at a medium pace.

During summer the gardens host the Moonlight Cinema, an outdoor cinema with twilight screenings of classic and cult movies.

Open daily from 9am-5.30pm, the centre can provide details about the gardens and guided tours.


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Melbourne Theatres

Various Theatres in Melbourne

Melbourne has long been the theatrical heart of Australia and has an established reputation for the imaginative and adventurous. There's something on every night of the week to enjoy. Plus several of Melbourne's theatres are also known for their stunning architecture. Ask reception to find what shows are on in Melbourne.

Some of the popular theatres are:

Her Majesty's Theatre (1886) – 219 Exhibition St, Melbourne City

Good acoustics through the extensive use of veneered ply wall cladding. Her Majesty's Theatre is historically significant as the traditional home of musical comedy in Melbourne. Her Majesty's Theatre is the place at the heart of the entertainment precinct of Melbourne.

Princess Theatre (1887) – 163 Spring St, Melbourne City

The Princess Theatre is Australia's most popular theatre. It has been home to many world famous stage productions like The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Cats, Mama Mia! and The Producers.

Athenaeum Theatre (1839) – 188 Collins St, Melbourne City

The Athenaeum Theatre is an updated 1000 seat theatre promotes affordable performance and office space available to to any size non-profit organization, with theatres ranging in size from 56 to 984 seats.

Regent Theatre (1930) – 191 Collins St, Melbourne City

The Regent Theatre opened as a grand picture palace in 1929. The Regent Theatre continues to-date to be home to many world renowned theatre productions including Disney's The Lion King, We Will Rock You, and Singin' in the Rain.

Forum Theatre (1928) – 154 Flinders St, Melbourne City

The Forum is a 520 seat theatre, small thrust stage and large theatre screen, ideal for a conference, cinema screening or comedy night.

The Arts Centre (1984) – 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

The flagship of the performing arts in Victoria and the focal point of Melbourne's cultural precinct, comprises 3 buildings – Concert Hall, Theatres Building and Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Concert Hall

The city's main venue for classical music hosting the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Musica Viva chamber music concerts and the Australian.

State Theatre

Home of Australian Ballet and host of Opera Australia's spring and autumn seasons.


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Melbourne Museums & Galleries

Exquisite Museums and Galleries Around Melbourne City

Melbourne is home to world class art and cultural heritage, cutting edge design and internationally recognised visual artists and performing arts companies. Visit some of our exquisite museums and galleries around the city.

Melbourne Museum

This exciting and innovative award winning attraction includes interactive displays, exhibitions, performances, living forest gallery and IMAX theatre. Open daily, Carlton Gardens.

Old Melbourne Gaol

Victoria's oldest penal establishment provides an exhibition on 19th century gaol life. Open daily, Russell St.

Immigration Museum

Victoria's immigration history from the early 1800's to present day represented through moving images, memorabilia and contemporary displays. Open daily, 400 Flinders St.

City Gallery

Houses a variety of art and social history exhibitions from the City of Melbourne's art and heritage collections. Open Mon – Sat, Grd Fl, Melbourne Town Hall, Swanston St.

Chinese Museum

An exciting insight into the history and culture of Chinese immigrants from the mid 1800's. Open Tue – Sun, 22 Cohen Pl.

Melbourne Maritime Museum

Home of Polly Woodside – Come aboard the 1885 baroque restored by the National Trust of Australia and discover Melbourne's maritime heritage. Open daily, South Wharf Rd.

Gold Treasury Museum

One of the finest examples of Renaissance Revival architecture in Australia, the museum houses a dynamic exhibition on Victoria's gold. Open daily, Old Treasury Building, Corner Spring & Collins Streets.

State Library of Victoria

One of Australia's oldest cultural institutions and one of Melbourne's most distinctive landmarks. Regularly holds a range of exhibitions. Open daily, 328 Swanston St

Johnston Collection

An intimate Fine and Decorative Arts Museum featuring the collection by William Johnston (1911 – 1986), an antique dealer and collector of beautiful items. Tours Mon – Fri, depart Hilton on the Park, 192 Wellington Pde.

Golden Mile Heritage Trail

A historic walking tour of Melbourne visiting some of the city's most important buildings. Tours daily, depart Federation Square.


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Melbourne Sports

Popular Sports in Melbourne

There are various sports venues just walking distance from Eastern Town House Serviced Apartments, East Melbourne accommodation.

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

Only a 10 minute walk from Eastern Town House. The MCG is the heart of Melbourne's sporting life. Watch an AFL footy match or take a tour of this marvellous stadium, ask reception for details.

Telstra Dome

Easily travel from Eastern Town House Serviced Apartments Melbourne, catch 109 tram on Victoria Pde and get off at Spencer St. The Telstra Dome is another AFL football arena and the home of many other sporting events.

Melbourne Park – the National Tennis Centre

Home of the Australian Open each year in January. Also holds many concerts, events and entertainment throughout the year. Only 15 minutes' walk from Eastern Town House Serviced Apartments Melbourne, just cross the footbridge after the MCG.

Olympic Park

Popular for Athletic and soccer events.


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Melbourne Entertainment

Explore Melbourne's Night Life & Entertainment

Variety and energy characterise entertainment and nightlife in Melbourne. Whether it's clubbing until dawn at a night club or laughing out loud at a comedy club, there's plenty going on to keep night owls entertained.

Melbourne City

Melbourne's city centre is full of trendy bars and clubs.

Crown Casino

Australia's biggest casino! Not only for gaming, the complex is filled with restaurants, nightclubs, cinemas and designer stores.

Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

Visit Brunswick Street for great pubs and live music.

Chapel Street, Prahran

Among the shopping is an array of bars, pubs, clubs and nightlife.


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