With great restaurants, pubs and bars along with facinating cultural heritage, consider what would be interesting for your date and try to ensure that the venue is relaxing and condusive to great conversation (see here for a list of 10 first date questions! If you're stuck for ideas, put your best foot forward with our dating tips - see below!
What's more, choice goes hand in hand with dating; melbourne has no shortage of amazing dates ideas. Melbourne has a thriving, exuberant foodie culture, and some really innovative restaurants. Ben Shewry’s earthy, textured menus serve fantastic, degustation-style Antipodean cuisine that has seen Attica elevated into the pantheon of globally recognised restaurants, coming it at number 32 on the The World's Best 50 Restaurants Guide for 2014, its second year on the list.
The city of Melbourne is teeming with interesting singles, but where do you go to find them?
Lots of us are guilty of staying within strict social circles - some even dating as far back as our high-school friends!
But in Australia, you’ll probably find yourself doing a lot of ‘couply’ activities the relationship starts.
A very average Aussie relationship might go something like this: You meet at work or school, and you talk and get to know each other.
Australians aren’t big on rules – unless it’s Aussie Rules Football.
The main thing to remember is that we don’t have a huge pick-up culture here. Try to have at least one decent conversation before you ask to see more of someone.
Head to Transport Bar, then up to the rooftop to Transit Cocktail Lounge for delicious cocktails inspired by famous jazz singers - just the thing to sip on while enjoying the bar's live music and stunning view of Melbourne by night.