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Melbourne food industry tops national performances

By Jamil Allouche

In a great turn of events for foodies across Melbourne, the latest Australian Night Time Economy report released by the National Local Government Drug and Alcohol Advisory Committee has found that people are spending more money on food and less on alcohol – a true testament to the great culinary experience in the Victorian capital. 

This could be great news for residents of property in Brunswick, especially those who love to go out and about during the night to taste all the different cultures across the city. Lord mayor of Melbourne Robert Doyle said this result highlights the family friendly environment created by the council for everyone's enjoyment. 

"Melbourne is a global 24-hour city, but that doesn't mean a 24-hour party," said Mr Doyle in a 20 February statement. 

"This latest data shows that in the past five years Melburnians, and visitors to Melbourne, spent 32.8 per cent more on food and 11 per cent less on alcohol – the largest reduction in spending on alcohol in any Australian city."

If you're interested in purchasing Brunswick property, now could be a great time to get in touch with a local real estate agent to start discussing your housing options in the community. 

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