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Strolling Southbank on a warm summer evening is one of the things that needs to be done. There is a great atmosphere; a real buzz from the crowds who are all doing the same as you - milling around and soaking it all up.
Aptly named. Lots to see ambling along, street performers.
Lots of places to eat or get a drink.
Restaurants, ice cream parlours. Casual seating & grassed areas overlooking the Yarra. Good place to watch the world.
We stayed in Southbank and went walking here at all times of the day. Great restaurants, river walks, shopping and bars. Lots of buskers here too.
On a nice day it has great views of city skyline. At dusk, the windows in the skyscrapers really...More
South Bank is Melbournes dining and entertainment precinct along the Yarra River from St Kilda Road near the arts center towards Crown Casino.
It’s more orientated towards adults than families with younger children, but there are a few places to dine that are ok with...More
I walked Southbank from the NGV to my hotel in Spencer Street. Southbank is so well set up for exploring, with interesting buildings, river views, colourful bridges and sculptures. Wish we had something so beautiful here in Sydney!
Walked along the Promenade at night with all the lights,so beautiful. Then same thing during the next day and it looked so different. Checked out the shops and then went to crown for lunch.Check it out and you will be surprised.
Southbank as it is known is full of surprises, however you have to be ready to wander. There are many restauraunts and quick food places inside. These are also interspersed with other shops well worth visiting. You should also note tgat the river walk also...More
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I don't think this is a question. Fact is, I have walked there both day and night and never experienced any issues. No "roughsleepers", no loitering, or potsmoking "disadvantaged" people. Perhaps it's a misconception but... More
I don't think this is a question. Fact is, I have walked there both day and night and never experienced any issues. No "roughsleepers", no loitering, or potsmoking "disadvantaged" people. Perhaps it's a misconception but this area is great and lively, very clean and very well worth visiting.
The ubiquitous Food Hall on the ground level will have heaps of breakfast options if it is just fuel that you are looking for. If you can be bothered, hop on a tram and get yourself to the Victoria Market which is nearby (or... More
The ubiquitous Food Hall on the ground level will have heaps of breakfast options if it is just fuel that you are looking for. If you can be bothered, hop on a tram and get yourself to the Victoria Market which is nearby (or walk - not so far). There you will find a magnificent array of breakfast options from the food stalls there and the endless delicatessaries. Here you will find an array of international favourites. There are plenty of places to sit and you can even get some great coffee. Not only will you satisfy your stomach, but you will please your palate, you will be treated to a delightful visual panoply of colours and shapes, a range of aromas will titillate your appetite, all in an ambiance that only markets can bestow. You can eat modestly, or you can splurge out. If all this fails to please you, then you can enjoy the visuals and get a hamburger across the road at McDonalds down on the corner.