Melbourne Australia Nightlife
Anyone who has tried to party in much of Sydney over the past decade is probably used to the feeling that the city has conspired to stop him, and will be surprised by a recent poll that found none - one is in Melbourne. The Victorian capital and cultural capital of Australia has been crowned one of the most attractive places to live in the world, with its vibrant nightlife and sporting landscape, but its vibrant, dark ecosystem is easily overlooked. It is a city that is the second most popular destination in Australia after Sydney, because it is located near a hub of nightlife. That's not to say we don't have great party locations - we do - but those of you who are used to the idea that parties are only for those whose public transport ends early, or those who have tried it similar to Sydney, will be surprised.
We're pretty good at partying against the odds and there are occasional live shows, but the club is committed to supporting Melbourne's live music scene, as are many LGBTQI communities in the city.
As well as many rooftop bars, Melbourne also has a rooftop cinema where movie fans can watch a movie under the stars. On the Skypoint Observation Deck, open until 10 p.m. on Saturday evening, you can sip cool drinks, and of course everyone is welcome to dance the night away on Saturday. The party doesn't end there, as there are two for one cocktail evenings on Thursdays and T-Time on Fridays, where drinks are served from 7pm to 8pm.
If you want to party, head to Scruffy Murphy's, where there's always a live band or DJ, and if you really want to push the boundaries, join an organised pub or club crawl. Orwicke Club Crawl on Saturday evenings from 7pm to 10pm or in the organised pubs and clubs Crawl on Sunday evenings from 8pm.
For a cultural evening, head to the Maltese Theatre on Southbank and enjoy the historic building that was originally a brewery. Grab some pub rubbish and head to Melbourne Art Gallery for a night of art, music and culture.
This neo-Gothic landmark is regularly thrown into a club night, where renowned DJs pack the 2000-seat room for dancing. The church is famous for hosting one of Melbourne's most popular music festivals, the Melbourne Music Festival, in the 1990s.
Curtin House is bursting with potential to be a great variety of outstanding bar and club rooms and is frankly ridiculous. For karaoke, the hall has chosen to celebrate embarrassments (which are rarely pitch-perfect) and achievements that are rarely perfect.
Combined with all the friendly people out there, Australia is sometimes not the best, but if you're looking for the cheap, Cairns has a wide selection of trendy bars, clubs and pubs with great food and drink options. For the latest charts - top chic nightclubs, visit the Sydney Opera House, where you can pick from 14 bars and nightclubs, or try your luck at the casino. We also have a number of great restaurants and bars in town, such as the Royal Albert Hall and the Victoria Park Hotel, where we can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, chat with friendly locals and other tourists and spend an evening with our loved ones in one of Australia's most beautiful cities.
Gilligan's Backpackers Resort attracts thousands of backpackers every year, and Calypso is a great backpacker hangout with beer and billiard tables. Check out the large hostel where we stayed, where you can enjoy a beer party in the evening, or visit one of the many bars and restaurants in the city centre. The biggest hostels and bars are Sydney's popular nightclubs, such as the Royal Albert Hall and Victoria Park Hotel. Some of our favourite Australian parties feature live music, great food and drink and a must-have - a beer beat.
St Kilda, with its beach-lined beaches, is one of Australia's most popular nightlife destinations, offering a variety of ways to relax, whether bowling at a rapid pace or enjoying a beach night with friends and family.
Fortitude Valley comes alive with a variety of bars, clubs, restaurants, bars and nightclubs in the city centre. Start your evening at Surfers Paradise Beer Garden, known locally as Tha Beery, where you can sing and dance to old school R & B, sink your standards into the basement and with six pool tables you will never want to go again. You can choose between a bar and a club, but it's definitely one of Melbourne's most popular nightlife destinations.
The leather-bound menu offers seasonal and balanced cocktails, and craft beers are shifted from overly local to heavy to imports. Enjoy the best food and drink in the city, as well as great music and entertainment. Craft beer is brewed in local surroundings, while leather-bound menus offer seasonal balanced drinks and cocktails. You can also spend a night in the city, with a variety of nightclubs across the country offering great music and fun, along with a delightfully exotic selection of drinks and cocktails that will delight your general experience of a charming nightlife during your stay in Melbourne.