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Oaks On Collins

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  • Melbourne

Time Out says

Located in the heart of Melbourne city, Oaks On Collins offers a restaurant and bar just 10 minutes' walk from Flinders Street Station and the Yarra River. Guests can work out in the fitness centre, swim in the pool or relax in the sauna. Guests receive 30-minutes free WiFi per day, per room.

Oaks On Collins is a 5-minute bus or tram trip from the National Gallery of Victoria and the famous Queen Victoria Market. Bourke Street Mall and Melbourne Central Station are each a 15-minute walk away.

First Floor Restaurant and Bar offers an extensive à la carte menu and a range of local and international beer and wine. There are numerous restaurants, bars and cafés within a 5-minute walk.

All accommodation feature stainless steel cooking facilities, a dishwasher and cable TV. Each has an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Some rooms feature a private balcony.


480 Collins Street
$139.00 to $399.00 per night

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Taylor Swift Themed Brunch Experience

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It's fair to say it's been a whirlwind couple of months for Aussie Swifties. First, there was speculation she was coming Down Under, and then it was finally confirmed: Tay Tay was locked in for three shows in Melbourne at the MCG. And while trying to score a ticket has been a total (bad) bloodbath, there's still some fun to be had for those who missed out (and even those lucky ones who didn't). Enter the Taylor Swift Themed Brunch Experience. This very unofficial event will go down over two days at 480 Collins Street in Melbourne's CBD on November 4 and 5 – and it's promising to be quite the Swiftie extravaganza. You’ll get to snaffle down a bunch of brunchy foods that are allegedly going to be curated around an 'Enchanted' theme, all while the queen of pop's classic hits play on high volume.  On top of the brunch, the songs and you getting a free drink on arrival, there will be trivia, lip-sync battles and prizes for the best dressed – so we reckon get sparkly and sequined in the most Taylor-like way possible.  Tickets will set you back $55 a pop (unlike the actual concert) and you can absolutely book yourself in right now. Want more? Here's what's popping off right now: Is Beyoncé coming to Melbourne? Here's everything we know. Melbourne is getting a $20 million Monopoly theme park. The red-hot musical Chicago is set to give Her Majesty’s Theatre the ol’razzle-dazzle in 2024.

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