Flinders Street Station, Eureka Tower and a Melbourne Tram

Flinders Street Station, Eureka Tower and a Melbourne Tram

Melbourne

Melbourne is in many ways the birthplace of UrbanDuniya, and as the Australian summer approaches, we want to show the world how to see it on the cheap! There’s never been a better time to visit Australia’s southern city, a bohemian mix of art, culture and quirk. We’ve teamed up with eTramping.com to bring you Melbourne for $25 a day!

We’ve shown you how to see experience Lahore, Pakistan for less than $25 a day, and when Lonely Planet named the Tamil capital as one of their top cities for 2015, we showed you how to do Chennai, for less than $25 a day!

Agness and Cez from eTramping.com are committed to experiencing the world as ‘tramps’; that is, living on the road for less than $25 a day (and, at a stretch, less than $10 a day!). Join us in Melbourne, as we take a cheap trip around the duniya!

And don’t forget to check out our cool photo shoot of The Duniya Look: Melbourne, capturing the essence and style of the Victorian capital!

Yarra River, Melbourne

Yarra River, Melbourne

Comments (6)

  • Anna @ shenANNAgans Reply

    Mind blown…. Wouldn’t have thought it possible, so its cool to see you pull together some wicked things to do and see in Melbs on a budget. I especially love that you found a place that serves $3.00 espresso, that’s amazing.
    Hope the rest of your weekend rocked, it really was a treat to meet you, cant wait to visit and see your pretty town. Cheers, Anna

    November 24, 2014 at 1:48 pm
    • Tim Blight Reply

      It was great to meet you too!! I really hope I can see you in Melbourne soon – you’ll love it! Have a great week 😀

      November 25, 2014 at 1:37 pm
  • Jess @UsedYorkCity Reply

    Love that this is possible for such a great price!!! Proves travel is possible on any budget.

    November 28, 2014 at 5:06 am
    • Tim Blight Reply

      Absolutely! Thanks for stopping by Jess! 🙂

      November 28, 2014 at 11:27 am
  • The Guy @flightsandfrustration.com Reply

    Having just revisited this great city I’m now starting to see the benefit of the Australian Dollar finally weakening against other currencies. Dare I even say returning back to it’s long term norm. This makes Melbourne and Australia a lot more affordable for us visitors 🙂

    March 4, 2015 at 9:56 pm
    • Tim Blight Reply

      Hehehehe yes that’s the roulette of exchange rates, right? Glad you had a great time recently 🙂

      March 8, 2015 at 9:40 pm

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