Flavourhood Tours

Food and Wine Tours

Founded by Chief Eating Officer Raffaela Ceddia in 2016, Flavourhood Tours show people there is more to Melbourne than the already well-known CBD, laneways and typical tourist hot-spots.

Flavourhood Tours get right amongst the locals within Melbourne’s multicultural neighbourhoods, in particular the north. They believe it is critical for people to step away from the well-worn tourist trail and experience these cultures first-hand to truly understand what Melbourne’s all about and where its world-famous multicultural identity comes from.

On tour you will meet wonderful characters who sit and chat about their businesses, their food and how it fits into their culture. Tour guests get the chance to personally interact with these business owners and learn why they love the area and what they do. All in a homely, welcoming environment where everyone sits and eats together and converse as friends.

Flavourhood Tours offer a very unique experience including authentic dishes, friendly and enthusiastic business owners, local history and our personal stories and tips on the area. All their guests tell them they would never have ventured to these neighbourhoods if not for Flavourhood Tours and many visitors say that this is the Melbourne they were hoping to experience.


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Away from the touristic end of Lygon Street, Brunswick East is the place to be.

With so many delicious cafes, restaurants and bars within short walking distance of one another you will feel spoilt for choice. Over five unique food stops, you will learn and taste the area’s history and meet the local business owners who share their traditions and passion with you via the food they serve and stories they share.

You will even discover contemporary street art in a hidden laneway – so hidden not even Google maps can find it. Continually growing and ever-changing, Brunswick East gives you a glimpse into Melbourne’s past, present and future. This neighbourhood has a true community feel where people still greet each other down the street, the neighbours would love to meet you too.

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