Where to try karaoke in Melbourne
Have you ever thought, “I’d really like to sing Disney tunes while chomping on duck hearts and swigging craft beer”? Well, you’re in luck. Heroes, the three-level venue from the crew behind Fancy Hanks, has all your sing-along, South East Asian street food and rooftop cocktail needs covered. They've got three private karaoke rooms ($40 per person for a two-hour session and includes a $30 drink tab per person) but the open mic-style karaoke lounge is there for those with no shame.
KBOX Karaoke is everything a good karaoke venue should be: an extensive collection of old school and current chart-topping hits, gleaming disco balls, and plenty of booze to get you in the singing mood.
Make your evening an all-rounder by combining bowling with karaoke. Knock down some pins, make a pit stop at the bar, then go a bit of Katy Perry in a (thankfully) private room.
Sing like no one is watching at F.M. Karaoke. Unlike most karaoke venues, F.M. Karaoke charges by the hour rather than per person, which makes it a little cheaper.
It’s a sink-or-swim policy at this free karaoke bar. Dozens of punters take to the mic each night to tackle their favourite karaoke hits in front of complete strangers. Sound scary? Not to worry, there is plenty of alcohol to calm your nerves.
Taiwan's top karaoke brand is conveniently located in Melbourne Central, with 44 rooms in sizes to suit every group or budget and top chefs serving up delectable Asian cuisine, it's easy to see why PartyWorld has become so popular.
This hidden little gem in Chinatown offers Japanese barbecue-style dishes as well as an extensive range of sushi and sashimi. After dinner head upstairs, order a few cocktails and belt out a your favourite tunes in the private karaoke rooms.