What's On Melbourne | City of Melbourne
In 2017 That's Melbourne was rebranded to What's On Melbourne.
What's On Melbourne by the City of Melbourne is an excellent guide to events and local information in Melbourne's CBD, Docklands and Southbank.
-:- Bars & Nightlife
-:- City Precincts
-:- Shopping & Fashion
-:- Arts & Culture
-:- Docklands & Waterfront
-:- Parks & Gardens
What's On Melbourne
Melbourne is a lively and sophisticated city, filled with shops, restaurants, bars and cafes in wide, leafy boulevards and tiny, atmospheric laneways that beckon to be explored.
To help visitors embark on a journey of discovery, the City of Melbourne operates a range of visitor information services including the Melbourne Visitor Centre.
For information on Melbourne's Visitor Services, please visit:
Melbourne Visitor Centre
The Melbourne Visitor Centre (MVC) is a one-stop shop for all visitor information needs.
Our state of the art centre offers a wide range of free brochures, maps and event guides with plenty of suggestions and friendly advice on what to see and do in Melbourne and Victoria. Souvenirs and internet access are available, along with an accommodation and tour booking service.
Location: The Melbourne Visitor Centre has been moved during the building of Melbourne's Metro Tunnel to Melbourne Town Hall.
Opening hours (seven days a week): Seven days: 9am to 6pm. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day
Melbourne Visitor Booth
Located in the heart of the Bourke Street Mall, friendly volunteers at the Melbourne Visitor Booth provide maps and information on shopping, attractions and events.
Location: Bourke Street Mall (between Swanston and Elizabeth Streets)
Opening hours (seven days a week): Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm. (Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day).
❊ Notice ❊Venues and attractions have gone into lockdown as the state takes action to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19).
Check with the administration (contact information below) before making plans.
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