Melbourne

Most of the central city's dance clubs are along the King Street strip, or near the corner of Queen Street and Little Collins Street. Clubs usually open at 9 or 10 weekends and some weeknights, and stay open until the early-morning hours. Expect to pay a small cover at most clubs—between A$15 and A$20.

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  • 1. Esplanade Hotel

    St. Kilda | Bars/Pubs

    Not only is this hallowed live music venue a great place to see local bands, but the Esplanade, or "Espy," is a historic pub—built in 1878—listed...Read More

  • 2. Palais Theatre

    St. Kilda | Music Clubs

    This theater features film, music festival openings, and concerts by Australian and international acts such as the Soweto Gospel Choir and Joe...Read More

  • 3. Prince of Wales

    St. Kilda | Music Clubs

    For rock and roll, punk, and grunge, head to the Prince Bandroom at the Prince of Wales, which attracts a straight and gay crowd. Ticket prices...Read More

  • 4. The Saint

    St. Kilda | Dance Clubs

    This is a glamorous hangout for the young and upwardly mobile. ...Read More

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