City Sights Tour
A blend of magnificent gold-rush heritage architecture and ultra-modern skyscrapers, Melbourne is surrounded by lush parkland, beautiful waterways and charming urban suburbs. Melbourne's appeal is universal, see for yourself!
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View Profile | Melbourne Best Ways to Discover Melbourne
Melbourne is home to Australia's sporting events, fashion and cultural capital and attracts visitors from all over the world to enjoy its scenery and vibrant atmosphere.
According to a Roy Morgan poll, Melbourne is Australia’s most desirable holid Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne City Circle Tram | Free Tourist Tram
The City Circle Tram service provides a free and convenient way to get around central Melbourne. Tourists, shoppers, office workers and families can use the City Circle Tram to travel to major attractions, shops and city events.
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View Profile | Melbourne Cooks' Cottage
Cooks' Cottage is rebuilt in the picturesque Fitzroy Gardens to commemorate the voyages of Captain James Cook, discoverer of Australia.
James Cook was born on the 27th October 1728 in a thatched cottage at Marton-in-Cleveland which was demolished Read more..
View Profile | East Melbourne Crown Entertainment Complex
There is always something happening at Crown from live entertainment to themed displays and riverside festivals, Crown truly is A World of Entertainment.
The Crown Entertainment Complex located on the north bank of the Yarra River combines gaming Read more..
View Profile | Southbank Enterprize Landing
Standing on the banks of the Yarra River next to Queen's Bridge is one of our favourite Melbourne locations, Enterprize Landing.
Enterprize Landing is the birthplace of Melbourne, when on Sunday 30th August 1835, settlers on the tall ship schoon Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Eureka Skydeck 88
Created to reach for the sky, nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe inspiring view of Melbourne from the Southern Hemisphere's highest viewing platform.
Skydeck 88 is the only observation deck in the world that can thrill Read more..
View Profile | Southbank Federation Square
Federation Square is Melbourne's most prominent meeting place and a unique cultural precinct which brings together a creative mix of attractions, museums and galleries, and the finest of dining with its many restaurants, cafes and bars.
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View Profile | Melbourne Flinders Street Railway Station
Flinders Street Railway Station at the corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets is the oldest station in Australia (1910) although the first station on this site opened in 1854!
Flinders street is the busiest suburban railway station in the southe Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Luna Park
For almost a 100 years, Melbourne’s Luna Park has been a galaxy of amusements and sensations... Just for Fun!
Melbourne’s Luna Park is a galaxy of amusements and sensations. From the jaw dropping, eye ball popping super thrill rides like the Phar Read more..
View Profile | St Kilda Melbourne Colonial Tramcar Restaurant
Dining on culinary delights and touring scenic streets surrounded by all the sights, the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is a historic and iconic part of any experience in the city.
Dining in Melbourne can be a fabulous experience, especially aboard o Read more..
View Profile | South Melbourne Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is an iconic Australian sporting venue located in Yarra Park in inner Melbourne, home to the Melbourne Cricket Club.
It holds the world record for the highest light towers. The MCG is an easy walk from the city Read more..
View Profile | Jolimont Melbourne Curiosities
There are some quite interesting but lesser known spots in Melbourne to spend an hour now known as Melbourne Curiosities.
Area of Solitude for Missing People - With Hope in Our Hearts
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View Profile | Melbourne Melbourne Iconic Attractions
On the Melbourne Joyride visitors are within a few minutes walk of 60 Melbourne Iconic Attractions..
1. Federation Square | NGV & Ian Potter Gallery
2. Flinders Street Station
3. Arts Centre/Southbank
4. National Gallery of Victoria
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View Profile | Melbourne Melbourne Laneways
Melbourne Laneways are known worldwide for a rich art culture, one-off boutiques, unique galleries, tiny cafés and hidden bars.
No trip to Melbourne is complete without a visit to Melbourne's laneways.
Victoria's tourism slogan aims to make Mel Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Melbourne Museum
Situated in Carlton Gardens, Melbourne Museum is an exciting and innovative attraction - including permanent and touring exhibitions, dynamic performances and events, cafés, IMAX Theatre, gift shop, and undercover parking.
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View Profile | Carlton Melbourne Star | Observation Wheel
Melbourne Star invites you to experience Melbourne in a whole new way, giving visitors and locals alike a new way to engage with Melbourne's vibrant cityscape.
Visitors to Melbourne Star will enjoy a wealth of information about Melbourne, includin Read more..
View Profile | Docklands Melbourne Tour Co - City Sightseeing Tours
There is no better way of seeing Melbourne than with the Melbourne Tour Company. Great tour packages to suit everyone.
Port and Docklands Sightseeing Cruise (Down River) 1 - 1 1/4 hours
For a stunning view of Melbourne (with a difference!), c Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Melbourne Visitor Shuttle
The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle is a great way to see Melbourne's attractions!
This popular service operates daily every 30 minutes from 9.30am to 4.30pm (excluding Christmas Day). On Labour Day and Anzac Day, the service operates every 30 minutes f Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Melbourne Zoo
You won’t believe how many animals are at Melbourne Zoo!
Over 320 species from around the world can be found in our beautiful natural setting just five minutes from the city center.
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View Profile | Parkville Old Melbourne Gaol
Looks can be deceiving because the Old Melbourne Gaol is one of Melbourne's best historical places and truly worth a visit.
Old Melbourne Gaol dominated the Melbourne skyline as a symbol of authority when it was built in the mid 1800s. Between 1 Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Polly Woodside
Polly Woodside is a National Trust tall ship: an 1885 three masted iron ship from Belfast moored in a dock next to Melbourne's Yarra River at South Wharf.
With an interactive gallery and an exciting program of events, this ship is a rich reminder Read more..
View Profile | South Wharf Queen Victoria Market
Queen Victoria Market is more than just Melbourne’s shopping mecca - it’s an historic landmark, a tourist attraction and an institution for Melburnians.
This vast and vibrant centre of trade and commerce was officially opened on 20 March 1878 and Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Royal Exhibition Building
The magnificent Royal Exhibition Building was completed in 1880 in time to host Melbourne’s first International Exhibition.
The first exhibition was a huge success, over 8 months attracting over one million people to the eight hectares of exhibiti Read more..
View Profile | Carlton Sandridge Bridge
Sandridge Bridge forms a unique link with Melbourne's past and present and well worth the short walk from Flinders Street Station.
Sandridge Bridge was the first steel bridge over the Yarra River forming a link between the city and Port Melbourne, Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium
Melbourne Aquarium features 12 amazing zones of discovery, including interactive animal encounters and iconic state of the art displays.
Home to thousands of aquatic animals, the must-see SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium is an entertaining and educatio Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne See Melbourne & Beyond Smartvisit Card
The See Melbourne and Beyond Smartvisit Card opens all the right doors with free entry to over 60 attractions, three convenient transport components and some tempting offers at wineries, for one all-inclusive price!
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View Profile | Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance
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 those who died in the Great War of 1914-1918. 89,100 of them served overseas and 19,000 did not return.
View Profile | Melbourne Southgate Complex | Southbank
The southern side of the Yarra River is an entertainment and dining complex including Southgate Promenade, Eureka Tower, Crown Entertainment Complex, Melbourne Exhibition Centre and Polly Woodside Maritime Museum.
The area of Southgate is also Mel Read more..
View Profile | Southbank