Cultural Capital Down Under

In the Know: Melbourne Travelogue

In front of the Jackaope Hotel. (Sharyn Cairns)

Melbourne is constantly pitched as Australia’s cultural capital. With its world-class museums and enviable food scene, the designation rests easily on the city. Events like Open House Melbourne and Melbourne Design Week continually attract a broad public of locals and tourists interested in exploring the city and its hybrid identities through the lens of design.

Jackalope Hotel

Located an hour’s drive from Melbourne’s central business district, Jackalope is a boutique hotel nestled in the vineyards of Mornington Peninsula. Its dramatic interiors act as a moody backdrop for an impressive art collection, including works by Emily Floyd, Tatsuo Miyajima, and Random International. In 2020, a second iteration of the hotel, designed by March Studio, will open in the city center.

166 Balnarring Road
Merricks North
In 2020:
175–181 Flinders Lane

Read the full travelogue guide on our interiors and design website at aninteriormag.com.

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