So, I'm really pretty unhappy with this walking tour stuff. Can we please break it down to the attraction listings format? It might be useful to do an itinerary like An afternoon in Melbourne on foot, or A walking tour of Melbourne's Central Business District, but I don't think this belongs in the main article. --Evan 10:00, 26 Dec 2003 (PST)
Hmmm.. I went to that site, and it doesn't look all that bad. I know that I'd rather have its author contributing the actual info to Wikitravel, but what if I go to a bar because the link is on Wikitravel, and then make a writeup about the bar. On the Geneva page we've left a well meaning but very poorly designed page in the links for some time just in case there's something useful in there (also cause I wanted the guy to think about contributing.) -- Mark 17:00, 17 Mar 2004 (EST)
I've listed Melbourne as needing attention because it looks like it's ready to be split into districts. There's already a bunch of sections that are beginning to get district headings: See and Sleep have sort of unofficially been split into districts by their headings. However, I don't know Melbourne well enough to do a split which is: sensible, not too fine-grained (say, 4-8 districts, rather than 30); and comprehensive. -- Hypatia 22:45, 28 Nov 2004 (EST)
I'd like to offer words and pictures from a few days' travels around Melbourne to Wikitravel. If there's anything good in there (or in anything else I've put on my site) that fills a hole in Wikitravel, grab it, or give me a shout and I'll rustle something up. You can use all of my Travel stuff under the WikiTravel Creative Commons licence. --Iain 13:16, 2 Mar 2005 (EST)
"While there is some reasonable food on Chapel St, South Yarra, travellers who are not into pretentious phallic symbolism may wish to avoid the place while the local automotive parade is taking place on Friday and Saturday nights (there are more genuine phallic cars in Williamstown on a Sunday afternoon). The clothes here are overpriced." Whilst I concede that this particular quote is both hilariously worded and absolutely true, I don't think it is appropriate for this page.