Melbourne’s Chinatown is located between on Little Bourke St and the surrounding lanes and streets. There is a fantastic array of Chinese and Asian eateries and restaurants here.
Whether your seeking an elegant dining experience or excellent takeaway, the vast choice of foods to try here would keep you busy and entertained for a lifetime.
While in Melbourne Chinatown, visiting the Chinese Museum should be high on the list of things to do in Melbourne. The museum traces the history of Australia’s Chinese community through the many years they have been here with artefacts, displays and changing exhibits.
There are also plenty of chances to shop for all things Asian in the many shops located in the arcades, streets and laneways.
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The Gold Rushes in Australia had a significant impact on its society, culture and politics. The population grew, Australia’s society became wealthier and much more diversified, including that by the free immigrant Chinese and the families they left behind.
You can find accommodation throughout Melbourne Australia: luxury resorts and hotels to budget priced Backpackers, including the CBD. Accommodation available includes a wide range of styles to suit almost any budget.
There are even Melbourne seaside resorts, conveniently located hotels, bed & breakfasts near the beach or in the city center or suburbs, caravan parks, serviced apartments and holiday homes.
Main Photo: Melbourne Chinatown - Great Asian Foods and Wares
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Photo: Gate in Chinatown Melbourne