So, if you're looking for a long-term, serious relationship, e Harmony might be the place for you.(Unless, you are gay or your membership is inexplicably rejected, which happens.) Regardless of it's discriminating taste, e Harmony is doing something right.
Those looking for a bit more bustle might find that seeing a cricket or AFL game at the MCG can make for an exciting date, while a more visual, cultural experience can be had at the NGV International, where you can find one of the finest art collections in the Southern Hemisphere.
With great restaurants, pubs and bars along with facinating cultural heritage, consider what would be interesting for your date and try to ensure that the venue is relaxing and condusive to great conversation (see here for a list of 10 first date questions! If you're stuck for ideas, put your best foot forward with our dating tips - see below!
What's more, choice goes hand in hand with dating; melbourne has no shortage of amazing dates ideas. Melbourne has a thriving, exuberant foodie culture, and some really innovative restaurants. Ben Shewry’s earthy, textured menus serve fantastic, degustation-style Antipodean cuisine that has seen Attica elevated into the pantheon of globally recognised restaurants, coming it at number 32 on the The World's Best 50 Restaurants Guide for 2014, its second year on the list.
Given Melbourne's bountiful brace of top-notch eateries, selecting a spot can be a bit perplexing.
To counter this delicious quandry, we sent out our hungry editorial team to pin down their top 10 most romantic restaurants in Melbourne. If you would prefer a more casual meeting, you can arrange a rendezvous in one of Melbourne’s many excellent bars.