Melbourne city highlights walk (Take a 'Hidden Secrets Tours' for an enjoyable walking experience of Melbourne city - http://www.hiddensecretstours.com/)
Chuckle Park: Someday, somehow, we will make it across Elizabeth Street to this little 'hidden' gem. Spanish meatballs, tortillas, cocktail jars... you just try and stop us.
Compliment of Craig Francisco - Google+ Example of Melbourne's hidden laneways. click through to see more of Craig's excellent captures.
St. ALi South is one of South Melbourne's hidden treasures. With ample room, great coffee and a lovely vibe, it's well worth a detour! Klaus and Fritz | http://klausandfritz.com/st-ali-south/
awesome laneway bar. one of my many melbourne faves
St. ALi South is one of South Melbourne's hidden gems and well worth a detour. Klaus and Fritz | http://klausandfritz.com/st-ali-south/
Hidden Laneways is Melbourne
Istanbul, Turkey (National Geographic) from aaronweissart
section 8 melbourne
Bayon Temple - the four faces the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Lokeshvara) are also accepted as images of King Jayavarman VII
Explore the hidden lanes of Melbourne with Hidden Secrets Tour. A must do.
Step outside the box on your next holiday and ditch the hotel for one of these amazingly unique holiday homes. .
Lisboa - Portugal
5 Beekman Street: Manhattan’s Financial District’s Hidden History ~ Kuriositas
Loch Ard Gorge, Great Ocean Road, near Port Campbell National Park, 3 hours SW from Melbourne.
Brings back lovely memories of our hike to Byron Bay, Australia when we stayed in Sydney for New Year 2011.