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The best milkshakes in Melbourne

There’s nothing as mind-freezingly delicious as a giant cup of sweet, flavoured dairy. These are our stone cold favourites

No longer relegated to after-school childhood favourites, milkshakes are making headway on café menus everywhere in Melbourne. From liquid takes to classic treats like Golden Gaytime and lamington, to all-time favourite flavour combos like peanut butter and banana, we've rounded up some of the best milkshakes in Melbourne.

If you're in #cleaneating mode, check out our round-up of best juice bars instead. Or, if you're throwing all caution to the wind, top up your liquid treat with a doughie from Melbourne's best doughnut shops

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Apple pie shake at Candied Bakery
Graham Denholm
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Apple pie shake at Candied Bakery

Not even a congested West Gate Bridge could stand between us and the apple pie shake at Spotswood’s answer to the legendary Momofuku Milk Bar. It’s exactly what it sounds like – apple pie, blitzed with house-made soft serve and milk into a thick, biscuity beverage.

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Spotswood
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Golden Gaytime at Trunk
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Golden Gaytime at Trunk

It’s a Golden Gaytime shake! They blend their dairy with Australia’s most joyfully named frozen treat. It’s more milky than thick, and you just get a slightly sweet edge from the caramel, chocolate and biscuit but that’s what you want if you’re pounding burgers.

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Melbourne
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Malt shake at Parlour Diner
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Malt shake at Parlour Diner

This Led Zeppelin-playing, vintage-furniture-having burger house nails the diner theme as well as it nails a chocolate malt beverage. Chocolate syrup and hefty scoops of malt and ice cream get whizzed with milk and topped with an extra vanilla scoop and lots of chocolate sprinkles. Get two straws. It’s a beast.

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Windsor
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Banana and peanut butter shake at Barry
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Banana and peanut butter shake at Barry

For those who are genuinely lactarded, these guys do a thick frozen banana and peanut butter shake with an almond milk base, all topped with crunchy cacao nibs. Breakfast in a mug.

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Northcote
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Salted caramel and coconut at Shop Ramen
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Salted caramel and coconut at Shop Ramen

It’s not the classic side to a steaming bowl of pork belly ramen, but adding on an umami-tastic coconut and salted caramel ‘shake is the regretful decision no-one regrets.

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Fitzroy

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