World Trade Center Riverside View

WTC goes Northside

With the continuing development and evolution of the river and the Melbourne CBD we have re-focused the marketing of WTC with a focus on its strategic location and an acknowledgement of the need to differentiate it as an area of Melbourne.

From August 1st ‘WTC wharf’ will have a new positioning line associated with the brand logo. WTC wharf The Northside. To celebrate this new marketing strategy we are giving patrons and visitors the opportunity to win a fabulous $500 voucher to be used at any of our restaurants or the Wharf Hotel. Entry is easy, simply drop your business card in the main barrel at the main entrance of the WTC, fill out the details on the official entry form or visit us on facebook and provide your details. The promotion runs throughout August so why not enter now and celebrate our new identity.


Enjoy world-class restaurants and bars at WTC Wharf, Melbourne’s first absolute wharf edge-dining precinct.

If you are looking for things to do in Melbourne, the best in great Melbourne restaurants with unsurpassed views of the city and CBD there’s no need to check the restaurant guide, just head to WTC wharf Melbourne.

You can delight in cuisines such as Lebanese and Mediterranean at Byblos, riverside Teppanyaki and modern Japanese fare at Kobe Jones, traditional Chinese dishes at Man Mo and classic Australian pub meals at The Wharf Hotel. And if you are looking to host your own function, River’s Edge Events offers a chic and contemporary space with spectacular views of the Yarra River.

For the best eats in town you can also grab a quick bite within the complex with on-the-go gourmet sandwiches, sushi and other nutritious lunch options. With an eclectic range of lunch specials you will never go hungry. And it wouldn’t be Melbourne without enjoying an aromatic coffee at Degani’s.

Melbourne CBD restaurants have long been acknowledged as some of the best restaurants in the world and eating is one of the great pastimes whether you are a resident or a tourist.

In selecting where to eat in Melbourne, food buffs look to reviews of ‘Restaurants in Melbourne’, ‘Good Food Guide Melbourne’ and Melbourne dining guide to assist them in their quest to find a great meal.

The WTC Melbourne wharf restaurants precinct has become the new centre for riverside dining adding to the dining experience available from Docklands, South Wharf and Southgate.   Whether you live in the inner west of Williamstown, Melbourne’s CBD, or on the outskirts of Melbourne it’s easy to get to being close to public transport with Southern Cross Station a short five minute walk, interconnecting trams and easy access to the key freeways whether you heading out to Tullamarine, the Westgate or the South Eastern freeway.