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Food & wine journeys


Food & wine journeys

Land in Melbourne and discover a city obsessed with the good life. From cutting edge cuisine made from the freshest local produce to rich coffee, inspired cocktails and cool climate wines – Melbourne has it all. Choose from high rise degustation, hip cafes, rustic winery restaurants and a plethora of international cuisines on offer – from spicy Asian and Latin, classic European and progressive Japanese to North American 'dude food' and contemporary Australian.

Kick start your day

It's no secret Melbourne's first love is coffee but breakfast comes a close second. Find skilled baristas at every turn serving up a dizzying array of caffeinated delights. Learn the difference between a pour over, siphon and cold press and then stay for a bite. Get a glimpse of Fitzroy fashion along with a great feed at Bird Man Eating or take it up a notch for some breakfast fine dining at Cumulus Inc.

Top to bottom

Mix 'n' match is Melbourne's culinary theme of the moment with local chefs having some fun with their menus. Check out some of the new and exciting combinations at local hotspots like Coda's French and Vietnamese hybrid.

If you're just after a meal you won't forget, Melbourne's got you covered. Indulge with dinner in the clouds at Vue de Monde, be amazed by Attica's imaginative creations and relax amid the urban cool of Cutler and Co.

On a budget? No problem. Enjoy a wicked feast for a few bob at a night market, fill up on tapas at Naked for Satan or hit Chinatown for a dose of HuTong's famous Xiao Long Bao dumplings.

In the mood

Surrounded by wine regions on every side, Melbourne has plenty to excite those who enjoy a tipple. Pull up to cellar doors in the Yarra Valley or Mornington Peninsula, both within an hour's drive of the city. Take it slow or take a tour and sample cool climate whites, prosseco and a range of renowned reds.

In the mood to celebrate? Join the happy throng and be a part of the fun, frivolity and flavours of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival in March.

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Food & wine journeys

Yarra Valley wine region

Visit the cellar doors of classic Yarra Valley wineries and rustic tin sheds hidden among the vines.

Breakfast in the CBD

Power brekky or weekend brunch, Melbourne's CBD has a breakfast venue to meet your morning needs.

Gourmet Mornington Peninsula

Fill up on life's pleasures on the Mornington Peninsula and enjoy abundant wine, the freshest...

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival

Raise a toast to regional producers, hatted chefs and pioneering vintners at fab festival events.


Duck into Melbourne's famed laneways, scamper up some stairs and take a tipple in an inimitable bar.


Follow the aromas of espresso down laneways and into laid-back coffee strips for that caffeine buzz.


Great pub food

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Food & wine by region

Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges

Follow your appetite to the region that takes indulgence to another level, with local food and wine.


Melbourne is a melting pot of cultures, a fact reflected in its microcosmos of restaurants and cafes.

Great Ocean Road

Taste your way around the Great Ocean Road region enjoying gourmet food and cool climate wines.


Try excellent cheeses in charming food friendly villages or head to a local cellar door.

Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges

Eat and drink your way through the delectable Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges.


Dine out on a meal you won't forget in the Grampians, with fine local produce and sparkling wines.

Mornington Peninsula

Fill up on the Mornington Peninsula with locally-made wine, fresh produce and unforgettable meals.

Geelong & the Bellarine

Stop in on fine restaurants and relaxed cafes, coastal wineries and delightful local provedores.

Phillip Island

For fresh seafood, al fresco dining and locally grown produce, nothing compares to Phillip Island.


Discover fine cuisine, three great wine regions and a wide range of local produce.

High Country

Head to the High Country where the wine flows with innovative meals made from fresh local produce.

The Murray

The Murray's list of renowned eateries and boutique producers grows with each passing year.