Each month, we highlight some of the coolest new sites we’ve seen pop up using a .melbourne domain name. We love seeing the diversity of businesses and individuals using the local domain extension. Here are a few that caught our eye this month.
As the Melbourne Recital Centre’s digital home for stories about the music, the musicians, and the people that make up the Centre, this website is perfect for music lovers. You can find curated playlists (we love the summer mixtape!), in-depth interviews, podcasts, and more. As a redirect, “Local Heroes” makes for a catchy URL that’s easy to remember.
This magazine brings the latest news and reviews in local and international food, wine, art and travel to Melburnians, though the magazine is available Australia-wide. Stories are also accompanied by eye-catching photography, perfect for scoping out the next restaurant to queue up for or where to stay overseas.
Talk about owning the space! Bronte Price is a Melbourne-based celebrant catering to a specific demographic, and he’s chosen a URL to match. His site makes it easier for potential clients to get in touch, check out photos and videos of ceremonies he’s delivered, and learn more about the person officiating their special day. With same-sex marriage now legal, similar sites are sure to spring up, but Bronte’s got a head start with his keyword-heavy address!