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The city of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, is the centre of a vibrant regions that surrounds Port Phillip Bay. A modern, cosmopolitan and multicultural city Melbourne has a lively..
Melbourne has a distinctive style and character that sets the city apart from any other. It is an exciting place to visit, discover and enjoy.
This vibrant, cosmopolitan city is bursting..
Cycle or skate along St Kilda’s palm-lined foreshore then make a dash for an alfresco dining table on Fitzroy or Acland streets against the panoramic backdrop of Port Phillip Bay.
Take a sip of integral Melbourne history in Lygon Street, Carlton. Carlton was the place where the city's famous café culture was born with the arrival of Melbourne's first espresso..
Federation Square opened in October 2002, and was one of the most significant architectural developments undertaken in Melbourne and Australia. Federation Square hosts a number of major..
Inner suburban Fitzroy is Melbourne’s bohemian heart. An edgy mix of alternative, artistic and trendy elements, it has a fascinating collection of young designer and retro clothes shops..
The Southbank promenade along the Yarra River is one of Melbourne's most popular dining precincts, with its riverside setting and fantastic views of the city skyline. The promenade has a..
Majestic and tree-lined, Collins Street is renowned for its style and glamour. The elegant boulevard is lined with grand heritage buildings built on the riches of the Victorian 19th-century..
The Melbourne Docklands is an exciting location with big plans. While it is already popular, a new urban renewal project is set to change the face of Melbourne's CBD, predicting a tourist..
Few cities can boast a garden as magnificent as Fitzroy Gardens so close to the city centre. Valued for its historic, aesthetic, architectural, and horticultural significance, the garden is..
Strut your stuff along Chapel Street and after arming yourself with internationally renowned designer labels from the vast array of fashion boutiques in Prahran and South Yarra, seat..
Bourke Street is in the central CBD of Melbourne. It is the basis of the Bourke Street Mall where visitors will find many different retail shops and very large department stores boasting..
Lygon Street is crammed with double-storey Victorian terraces featuring endless cafes and restaurants serving steaming bowls of pasta, espresso and delicious gelati. Charming waiters will..
Melbourne Aquarium is the newest and most state-of-the-art aquarium in Australia. Not to be missed is the 360 degree Oceanarium which houses giant sharks and stingrays - witness the..
Melbourne Museum's stunning modernist architecture is an Australian icon - and the world's first museum for the internet age is interactive, innovative and fun! Plan to stay at least 2..
A Melbourne icon, the river is the focus for numerous spectacular events including the famous Moomba festival, rowing regattas, the Melbourne Festival and Dragon Boat Festivals. Heritage..
Albert Park is located in the city of Port Phillip, approximately three km from the CBD of Melbourne. It is a 225 ha sporting and recreational park that caters for formal and informal..
Flinders Street Railway Staion is a heritage building and icon of historical Melbourne. The first train stop was constructed at this location in 1854 making it the oldest railway station in..
What there is to see and do More than 350 wildlife species are on display in brilliant botanical settings, just 4 kilometres from the CBD. Melbourne Zoo's magnificent new Trail of the..
Jump on a ferry and cross to Williamstown, a quiet waterfront suburb that offers a relaxing alternative to the bustle of city life. Enjoy a sumptuous meal by the water at Nelson Place and..
Best known for its bargain designer and seconds shopping along Bridge Road and Swan Street, vibrant Richmond is also the place to go for Greek or Vietnamese food, languid all-day breakfasts..
Melbourne's most recognisable landmark, the Shrine of Remembrance, was built between July 1928 and November 1934 in remembrance of those 114,000 men and women of Victoria who served and..
Brunswick Street is a colourful location on the outskirts of the Melbourne CBD. Cafes, bars, designer and vintage clothing stores and restaurants line the street. Brunswick is known for..
East Melbourne is an inner city suburb of Melbourne, located between the CBD, Jolimont and Richmond. Walk through the quiet residential streets to see some of Melbourne's largest and..
The Melbourne Cricket Ground has been the scene of many great sporting events, as well as many 'firsts' in Australian sporting history.
It is Australia's most significant sporting..
Port Melbourne is a stylish blend of Melbourne's old and new, and a long-time arrival point for ships from across the Strait and around the world.
Once a concentration of transport..
Visit South Melbourne, one of Melbourne's oldest suburbs and its beautifully restored public buildings, terrace houses and stately mansions to see how Melbourne's grand past..
The Telstra Dome is a stadium designed for various events. Primarily the venue is used for sport such as AFL or soccer however it has also played hosts to rock concerts and even wrestling...
Werribee and the greater region of Werribee Park offers visitors a wealth of activities and attractions that are easily accessible from Melbourne, including Victoria’s Open Range Zoo..
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