Loud, Relaxed. As a world-leader in LGBT tourism, every hotel and hostel in Melbourne can be considered gay-friendly — after all being a gay-friendly it not all about upscale luxury, but about providing friendly and open service and welcoming everyone with open arms! Friday nights at Attik are all about that legendary weekly party, Mother — a fun space for queer girls and their mates to let their hair down. Pink at the Ink. Instead of the usual sugary pop tunes, this club night thumps to the beat of artists like Pitbull, Eminem and TLC. In the s, Hillis owned an art-house video shop in Elwood, while Thomson co-owned Dizzy Spinners on Brunswick Street — an early incarnation of the current Polyester Records.
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Need we go on? Often overshadowed international by Gay Sydney — with its famous Madri Gras and prize jewels on display — discovering the best of Melbourne requires venturing down a labyrinth of laneways to find hidden speakeasy-cocktail bars, world-class coffee roasters, avant-garde art galleries or pop-up performance venues. The place has super broad appeal, thanks to a ripper program of midweek fun, drink specials, drag shows and DJ-fuelled dance-floor action.
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