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1: Fine dining in Melbourne

<p>Get a taste for the best at Melbourne's fine dining restaurants, lauded in restaurant guides locally and around the world. To experience one of The World's Best 50 Restaurants, take in the old school glamour of Ben Shewry's Attica (ranked 32). Or, take fine dining to great heights at Vue de Monde, where Shannon Bennett offers innovative cuisine with spectacular 55th-floor views. Explore Melbourne's best restaurants and create your own winners list.&nbsp;</p>

2: Laneway dining in Melbourne

<p>Dine like a local and make the most of Melbourne's laneways. In unassuming spaces you'll find some of Melbourne's favourite eateries. Explore the city's labyrinth to discover fine-dining restaurants, hole-in-the-wall eateries, late night bites, and plenty of bars and cafes in between. The laneways around Flinders and Bourke streets are a great place to start. Keep an eye out for local favourites Movida, Cumulus Inc., Tonka, Chin Chin and Supernormal.&nbsp;</p>

3: Yarra Valley

<p>Get the best possible introduction to the Yarra Valley with a sunrise hot air balloon flight.&nbsp; Float above the Valley's stunning scenery of rolling hills, storybook forests and carefully tended vineyards before touching down in one of the region's flagship wineries for a champagne breakfast. Sample local wine and artisan produce in this region known for its cool climate wines and boutique cellar doors, farm gates and provedores. Visit well-known names Domaine Chandon, Rochford Estate, De Bortoli or Yering Station, as well as smaller, family-run wineries and producers. Not in the mood for wine? Follow the Yarra Valley Cider and Ale Trail.&nbsp;</p>

4: Mornington Peninsula

<p>Head for the peninsula to discover boutique wineries and award-winning restaurants with stunning coastal views. Stop at cellar doors to try the region's celebrated chardonnay and pinot noir, and stay to sample the area's abundant produce featured on the menus of its top restaurants. Try Montalto, Port Phillip Estate, The Long Table, Terminus and Ten Minutes by Tractor. For a more DIY experience, visit pick-your-own fruit producers, try mushroom foraging or sign-up for a cooking class. Explore the region with the Wine, Food and Farmgate trail and map, or up the adventure with a horseback winery tour.&nbsp;</p>

5: Coffee in Melbourne

<p>Get serious about your cuppa in Australia's coffee capital. Melbourne is as serious about its coffee as it is about is football, and everyone has an opinion about the best beans and brew, so be prepared to pick a team. High on the ladder are Traveller, Cup of Truth, Seven Seeds, Five Senses, The Sensory Lab, Auction Rooms and Dead Man Espresso. For inside information on the city's caffeine habit, take a tour or a class and get to know your siphons from your pour-overs, your Gaggia from your La Marzocco.</p>