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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF TIMEOUTMELBOURNE
61.6% of timeoutmelbourne's followers are female and 38.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.30%. The average number of likes per post is 589 and the average number of comments is 10.
Timeoutmelbourne loves posting about Food, Restaurants.
Check timeoutmelbourne's audience demography. This analytics report shows timeoutmelbourne's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR TIMEOUTMELBOURNE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF TIMEOUTMELBOURNE
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 76.07 %
- Beauty & Fashion 64.36 %
- Art & Design 60.69 %
- Fitness & Yoga 54.43 %
- Travel & Tourism 48.37 %
- Entertainment 47.10 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 41.34 %
- Home & Garden 40.85 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 37.11 %
- Children & Family 36.05 %
- Business & Careers 32.13 %
Munich's famous Oktoberfest might have been cancelled this year, but here in #Melbourne you can still raise a stein. @yarravalleyoktoberfest is delivering authentic Oktoberfest party boxes to Melburnians so they can enjoy the annual celebration safely at home. The boxes contain beers from some of Munich's top beer halls plus an Oktoberfest hat and stein, a pretzel and even a playlist stacked with oompah music so you can really get into the spirit. To find out more, click the link in our bio 🍻🥨
Confused about the latest round of changes to Melbourne's restrictions? Here's a handy explainer (or you can click the link in our bio for more FAQs). You got this Melbourne 👍⠀ ⠀ 📸: Jorge Láscar
Where in regional Victoria have you always wanted to visit, but haven't yet gotten around to seeing? ⠀ ⠀ 📸: @rhindaxu / Unsplash
Last April, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (known to you and I as ACMI) closed its doors for a mega $40 million redevelopment. The plan was to reopen in mid-2020, but like many things this year it didn’t go as planned. Thankfully, the @acmionline team has updated us on the progress with more info on what to expect when this ever-popular attraction reopens. ⠀ ⠀ The new ACMI is anticipated to open in 2021 now, and is being heralded as “the most innovative and digitally transformed museums in the world”. This is thanks in most part to a new “experience operating system” which is expected to allow visitors to engage with the museum in new ways – specifically, you can engage with ACMI not just in person, but at home, on your device or in the museum itself. ⠀ ⠀ Hit the link in our bio to have a read about it.⠀ 📸: @acmionline⠀
For now, visiting a Yarra Valley cellar door or popping into a Bellarine distillery for a tasting is not on the cards. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy a fun happy hour with cocktails, wine, beers or cocktails from Victoria’s best. Curious? Check out the link in our bio for the full list of amazing breweries, distilleries, wineries and more that are deliveries boozy delights right to your home. Here's a taste of just some of the exciting booze deliveries to order from across Victoria: 🍹@byrdimelb delivers delicious bottled cocktails up to 10km from the CBD. 🥃 @lochbrewery and distillery delivers their malt whisky, beers and gins made in South Gippsland all over Victoria. Can't decide what to pick? They offer their products in handy flask sizes. 🍸 @patientwolfgin is made for summer drinking, and lucky for you the Southbank distillery delivers all over Victoria and beyond (if you want to treat an interstate friend to a taste of Vic). 🍻 @bodriggybrewingco in Abbotsford may not be pouring fresh frothies right now, but their craft brews are available for delivery. #clickforvic
We can't wait to get back to @library_vic when we're allowed to. Here's hoping the chairs are just as creaky as we remember! 😂⠀ ⠀ 📸: Nisarga Ekbote/Unsplash⠀
Today Melbourne marks a rather unique milestone: it has now been 100 days since we went back into lockdown. We've experienced a helluva lot in that time. We've been lonely, sad, frustrated and really, really stressed. But we've also grown stronger, kinder and more resilient. Reflecting on these 100 days got us thinking about everything that's changed – and all the lessons we've learned. Naturally, we decided to write it all down. To mark 100 consecutive days in lockdown we've put together a list of the 100 lessons we've learned in that time – like how parks are the new rooftop bars and that get your post delivered is the best time of the day (especially if you live in an apartment block). To read the full list, click the link in our bio. We love you Melbourne, and we'll see you in person real soon ❤️
You may not be able to go on a staycation right now, but you can book one now and stay later. @radissonmelbourne is situated right on the edge of the inner-city park (ask for a park view). The hotel also features a rooftop terrace and spa, with a truly stunning view over Flagstaff Gardens. Plus, you'll be within a stone's throw of Melbourne's top spots, from restaurants on Time Out's Eat List to stellar cafés for your morning coffee. At the moment Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens is offering 20 per cent off your entire stay when you book online before November 30 – and the best bit? You can book now to stay well in advance, until the end of September 2021. Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens, like all of Radisson's properties internationally, has activated the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol for your health and safety. Surfaces in rooms and public areas have been treated with electrostatic spray, social distancing is being practiced and encouraged throughout the hotel, hand sanitation stations are available on every floor, protective screens have been installed at reception and temperature checks are required for all staff, among other measures. Further, the hotel has not participated in any quarantine programs.
Live music is (🤞) set to light up Melbourne again this summer when @melbournemusicweek returns. 2020 has thrown up some unique challenges, so this year the annual celebration of Melbourne's world-leading music scene will be stretched out over three months, with the event running from December 9 to February 28. The full line-up will be announced at the end of November. For more, head to the link in our bio.
There's lockdown. And then there's lockdown, alone, with your nearest family more than 7,000km from family. That's the reality for Melbourne artist @scotty.so who will be one of the youngest artists to take part in the @ngvmelbourne Triennial this summer. So is presenting a series of porcelain face masks and photographic prints that draw from his experiences living through both the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic and the 2003 SARS epidemic in his native Hong Kong. For So, getting the chance to exhibit in the 2020 #NGVTriennial is more than just a feather to add to his cap. "Often international students who come through [Australia’s universities] don’t know about the art scene. Our schools often don’t know how to help these students,” So says. “Being more accepting of artists like us, artists who come from another background; I think that’s the main way to help.” Read the full story by clicking the link in our bio. 📷 Scotty So
Show your support for your favourite Victorian producers, growers, makers and more and #clickforvic. We're also missing the state's flavours and local travel experiences, which why Time Out has created a handy interactive guide containing our top recommendations for ways that you can show metro and regional Victorian businesses some love. Have a browse via the link in our bio. In our Click for Vic hub, you'll find ways you can book a regional experience now to enjoy later, how to get booze, coffee and top-notch dishes delivered to your home, and much more. #clickforvic
Most of Melbourne is asleep between the hours of midnight and 6am – but many of are not. The @nightlineproject is a new audio artwork coming to the city for @rising.melbourne (our mega new winter arts festival) next year, and it's currently looking for 150 Melburnians to send the nocturnal hotline a voicemail message between the hours of midnight and 6am. It doesn't matter why you're awake or what you have to say. You can leave a message about basically anything – late night confessions, musings, revelations, ramblings or remarks about anything you're thinking about while awake are welcome. You can read more about the Nightline project by heading to the link in our bio. And if you'd like to leave a message, call 0457 910 843 between the hours of midnight and 6am. 📷 Sarah Walker
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