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When you find someone you’re ready to take on a date, Melbourne has lots to offer – and . And you don’t just have to stick to the usual coffee or dinner date them. Here are some different dating ideas to get the wheels turning:
Comedy date – Melbourne has a thriving comedy scene all year round. For a night of laughs, try out The Comedy Club, located in the heart of Melbourne in the historic Athenaeum Theatre. Afterwards, you could go for coffee and dessert, chat a little and spend some time getting to know each other. David and Kate kept things interesting with a date at a comedy festival.
Footy date –Footy date – If you share a love for the game, rug up and head over to the MCG for a fun date. The atmosphere is electric; grab a drink and some chips and soak up the energy. Even if you don’t support the same team, you’re guaranteed to have plenty to talk about. Sports on a first date proved to be a winner for Sue and John.
Music date – There’s no shortage of live music venues in Melbourne. Whether you’re into jazz, rock, indie or electro, you’re sure to find a music scene to suit your style. This is a fun and casual date night idea for any night of the week.
Zoo date – No matter the season, put on your walking shoes and take a stroll around the Melbourne Zoo. It’s a great way to spend time together, whilst seeing animals from around the world in a beautiful landscaped setting. You could even take a packed lunch and have a picnic while you’re there.
Barefoot Bowls date – Love a bit of relaxed competition? Head on over to the St Kilda Sports Club for a round of barefoot bowls. Grab a drink, kick your shoes off and have a laugh at each other’s bowling skills. This kind of date allows you to get to know each other in a relaxed setting.
Museum date – If you’re a history buff like Anna-Lee and Jason or enjoy learning about weird and wonderful stories, visit one of Melbourne’s varied museums with your date. ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) is great for exhibitions on visual culture, while the Museum of Melbourne provides a more traditional museum experience. Even the State Library of Victoria is worth a visit – staring up at the glass-domed ceiling is one of the most romantic things to do in town.
Need some more inspiration? Take a look at a Melbournian girl’s article on her top 5 dates under $50.