Babble Bar & Café

As the self-proclaimed “worst kept secret” in Prahran, Babble café has become somewhat of an institution for the stylish suburb – and with good reason. With a menu that impresses even the most passionate foodie, an extensive cocktail and wine list and of course, great coffee to boot, Babble manages to straddle the line between laid-back and stylish, in the kind of place where you just want to hang out and spend your whole afternoon.
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Stuzzi Café Bar Lounge

For those who regularly cruise the quaint bars and tiny cafés that decorate Melbourne’s northern suburbs, the sheer size of Café Stuzzi will warrant a double take. With a full menu and perfectly prepared Ducale coffee, groups large and small alike will undoubtedly enjoy a visit to this historic venue.
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Foxy Brown

By Maria Paoli As Melbourne’s cafés spread their wings, so do I in search of café suburbia. In my early trek days I came across a brilliant roaster, Joshua Bailey. Curious to find his dedicated followers, I ran into Patrick Sloan.
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Twelve Apostles visitor centre kiosk

They are instantly recognisable as one of Australia’s scenic icons. The Twelve Apostles are giant rock stacks formed 10 to 20 million years ago that were created by the Southern Ocean’s gradual erosion of the soft limestone coast.
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Tidal river general store

Wilsons Promontory National Park is a three hour drive southeast of Melbourne, on the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland and the last stop before Tasmania.
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