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Live like a local: Get to know the 28 secrets of your city

Posted By Holly On October 25, 2013
Live like a local: Get to know the 28 secrets of your city
Settling into a new city can be tricky, particularly when you don't have friends or family there already to help you get acquainted with the best spots to eat, shop, drink, and more. Whether you've moved into long term accommodation in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne or Brisbane there are plenty of ways that the Live@Mantra program can help...
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Melbourne's hottest and hippest new restaurants

Posted By Holly On October 18, 2013
Melbourne's hottest and hippest new restaurants
When you've moved away to a different city, it's going to take some time to feel fully settled in. There are so many little things to get re-acquainted with, from where the nearest post shop is to finding the best place to get your hair cut...
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Have a cultural experience in Melbourne's Chinatown

Posted By Holly On October 16, 2013
Have a cultural experience in Melbourne's Chinatown
No visit to Melbourne is complete without a trip to Chinatown - just ask any local or tourist. The area runs along Little Bourke Street and dates back to the 1850s gold rush days. It's the longest continuous Chinese settlement in the western world, but it's anything but out of date...
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Explore Melbourne's cafe culture by foot

Posted By Holly On October 4, 2013
Explore Melbourne's cafe culture by foot
Whether you're a long-term resident or you're thinking about what to do in Melbourne over your summer holidays, you might want to know about one of the city's best-kept secrets. Most people living in Melbourne know about the vibrant coffee scene that exists in the city, but if you dig a little deeper you'll find there's so much more to love about the cafe culture than flat whites and macchiatos...
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Get ready for the summer of golf in Australia

Posted By Holly On October 2, 2013
Get ready for the summer of golf in Australia
Australian golf fans have a great summer of sport lined up ahead of them, with major events such as the Emirates Australian Open and the World Cup of Golf all taking place in the months to come. With so much golf on offer, it's best to sort out your travel plans now to ensure you won't miss out on those all important tickets! Mantra has plenty of hotel and resort accommodation to explore, so you'll be able to book your stay at a hotel that's placed conveniently close to all the action...
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