Melbourne, known as Australia's cultural capital, is a melting pot of cultures, and Tony is off to discover what makes it so special.Go to Episode
Tony and Matt try out a game of Trugo at a local club in the suburb of Brunswick. Trugo is a game invented and played only in Melbourne.
Temple Park, Hodgson St., Brunswick, VIC
The Queen Victoria Market houses everything from meats and vegetables to gourmet food stalls, clothing and shoes. Tony and friend Paul Wilson make stops at the Bratwurst Shop and the Polish sausage stall.
Corner of Elizabeth and Victoria Sts., Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
Tony takes a 45-minute plane ride out of Melbourne to visit the small town of Dunkeld, nestled at the base of the Grampian Mountains. Here he visits Dan Hunter, chef at The Royal Mail Hotel.
98 Parker St., Dunkeld, VIC 3294, Australia
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