The best places to go on a daytrip are all in the suburbs.
However, we’re not so sure that’s the best way to go about it.
It’s easy to go from Melbourne to Adelaide on a Saturday night, or even the weekend, and spend two weeks in the Sunshine State.
You could do it, but the whole point of going to Melbourne is to see the sights.
So, where should you go?
There are a few options for going to the suburbs from Melbourne.
We’ve rounded up the best spots to go to the CBD and the south-east.
You’ll also find some interesting things to do in the north-west and inner suburbs.
If you’re visiting from the south, the best place to go is the western suburbs.
You can see the sunrise from a boat or a caravan in the afternoon, and then enjoy the view from the top of the CBD.
If we had to choose one of the best places in Melbourne to visit, it’d probably be in the CBD, with its history and history-making attractions.
There’s a large collection of historic houses in the city, and the surrounding area is dotted with historic buildings, including the old Opera House and a variety of Victorian architecture.
It’s also a lovely place to visit when you’re trying to escape to the country.
There’s an entire suburb of suburban villages where you can enjoy a little bit of countryside in your off time.
The CBD also has great sights, including a new shopping precinct, and great restaurants.
The South West is a bit of a different story, with lots of suburbs to explore, including some beautiful beaches.
And, while the CBD isn’t as vibrant as it once was, there’s still plenty of things to see and do.
There’s also plenty to do outside of Melbourne’s CBD.
This is the area around the Melbourne Cricket Ground that has been renamed the Melbourne Football Ground, after the AFL team that won the premiership in 1992.
Even though it’s been renamed, there are some fantastic activities to do on the beach and in the gardens.
But, for those of you who prefer the more relaxed atmosphere, you can find things to enjoy at the nearby waterfront park, or the Botanic Gardens.
The most exciting part of the city is the CBD itself, which is the heart of the metropolitan area.
Most people visit the CBD on the weekends, but if you’re looking to take your weekend to a different place, then you’ll want to check out the CBD from the weekend.
If all you’re after is a good night out in the heartland, then there are a lot of places to enjoy that will be great for you and your family.
As well as having the best views in Melbourne, there is also a great mix of cafes, pubs, restaurants, cinemas and shops to see.
If the city’s the destination, then the CBD is the place to be.
If you’re a casual traveller, then go to your local town or village, which will have the best of both worlds.