The Grainger Museum

Hidden amongst the walls of Melbourne University is a museum paying tribute to the eccentric composer Percy Grainger. Percy Grainger, born in Brighton 1882, is best known for his translation and interpretation of folk songs.  Percy was also an established concert pianist, creator of musical instruments, teacher, folk music researcher, music cataloguer and collector (and user) of bondage whips. Percy Grainger… Read More The Grainger Museum

The Japanese Bath House

Tucked away in the back streets of Collingwood, this traditional Japanese bath house is designed to “help you to relax and forget your worries”. With recent evidence suggesting the benefits of soaking in hot water include stimulating blood circulation, calming the nerves and curing aches they may well be on to something. Built in 1999 and the first of it’s kind in… Read More The Japanese Bath House