Inner-city suburb in the North-East of Melbourne, near Fitzroy and Carlton. Known for the Collingwood Football Club and various music venues including the Tote and the Barley Corn.
Going to see a band play at the Tote in Collingwood.
Inner Northern suburb of Melbourne, in between Brunswick and Fawkner. Populated by a diverse ethnic population, including Lebanese, Turkish, Greek, Italian and Slavic. Formerly a working-class area, but becoming fashionable due to its proximity to Brunswick and Sydney Road.
Let's head to Coburg and have a meal on Sydney Road.
Melbourne slang for Langwarrin, a town approximately 40 kilometres South-East of Melbourne, in the city of Frankston, surrounded by Somerville and Cranbourne. Known for the Flora and Fauna Reserve, and populated mostly by working-class Anglo-Australians.
Heading down to Langy for the weekend.
Melbourne slang for Campbellfield, outer Northern suburb of Melbourne, in between Broady and Dallas. Home of the Ford Factory and near Upfield Station, the Broady Mosque and the Fawkner Cemetery.
I caught the Upfield Line out to Camby the other day.
Inner Northern suburb of Melbourne, surrounded by North Carlton, Coburg and Parkville. Known for Sydney Road and Lygon Street, home to a large number of popular pubs, cafes and restaurants and such places. Also known for Savers on Sydney Road, where a lot of clothes and other such items are sold at reasonable prices.
I bought a great jacket from Brunswick Savers.
Inner suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, about 6 ks South-East of the city centre, between East Prahran and Malvern. Best known for the Armadale Hotel on High Street and the Armadale Uniting Church, also on High Street.
I saw a cool band play at the Armadale Hotel.
Inner North-Eastern suburb of Melbourne, near Fitzroy, Collingwood and East Brunswick. Close to Melbourne University and well known for Lygon Street, which is the home of the Nova Cinema and a large number of cafes, restaurants and music stores.
I was having a meal on Lygon Street, Carlton, the other night.