Melbourne has been ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities and is a very multicultural and sophisticated city.
Melbourne can be easily accessed by both international and domestic travellers, whether the mode of transport is car, bus, train or air. Once visitors are in Melbourne City it is very easy to navigate around because everything is in close walking distance. However, if you prefer public transport simply hop aboard a tram, train or bus.
The city is vibrant and full of energy that’s why the residents and tourist just love Melbourne. It is set around Port Phillip Bay and offers visitors a wide range of holiday experiences. Major tourist attractions include St Kilda Beach, The Giant Sky Wheel, The Eureka Sky Deck, Luna Park, Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Zoo and Crown Casino. The Wonderland Fun Park is a new fun park located at Harbour Town Shopping Centre, Docklands which is great for the kids.
If you are a keen shopper there are plenty of options available to you. Chapel Street is well known for its shopping and offers a variety of clothing stores. You can also find a number of art and design stores here and on Flinders Lane in the CBD and Brunswick East. There are numerous markets held around different areas of Melbourne some of these include The Queen Victoria Markets, North Melbourne Markets, Flemington Racecourse Markets and the St Kilda Esplanade Markets.
Tourists can enjoy a multitude of peaceful landscaped gardens such as the Melbourne Botanical Gardens and Ian Potter Foundation Children's Garden. Visit the educational museums and historic sites, some of these include the Flemington Heritage Center, Melbourne Museum and the Polly Woodside – Melbourne’s Tall Ship Story.
Melbourne is famous for its restaurants throughout the City centre, Docklands and St Kilda. Wine and dine along the Yarra River, sit and relax at one of many cafes or get set for a night out at some of the coolest bars. Melbourne also hosts some of Australia’s biggest sporting events including The Spring Racing Carnival, the iconic Melbourne Cup held each November at Flemington Race Track, the Australian Open Tennis Tournament, the Australian Formula One Grand Prix and the AFL Grand Final every September at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
A beautiful city filled with culture and energy that you must be part of.
|Attractions / Things To Do|
Eureka Skydeck 88
The Skydeck 88 is one of Melbourne's 'must see' attractions. Experience the breathtaking views from the Southern Hemispheres highest viewing platform at Melbourne's Eureka Tower.
Queen Victoria Markets
The markets opened in 1878 and are a historic landmark, tourist attraction and an shopping area for Melburnians. You find an array of items from fresh seafood, fresh fruits and vegetables, to clothing, baggage, toys, jewellery, new-age products and souvenirs at great prices.
Luna Park Melbourne
Melbourne's Ultimate Destination for Fun! Melbourne's Luna Park has plenty of amusements and sensations for the family to enjoy. Offering super thrill and exhilarating rides for all ages you're sure to have a wonderful time!.
Crown Entertainment Complex
The Crown Entertainment Complex offers a brilliant combination of luxury, warm service and non-stop excitement.
Federation Square is one of the most complex and ambitious construction projects ever undertaken in Australia.
With such a stunning range of themed exhibitions and interactive scientific displays, Scienceworks is sure to enthral and entertain the kids for hours.
Royal Botanic Gardens Trail
The 89-acre gardens on the Yarra River, established not long after Melbourne was founded, are among the world's finest. Wander past over 51,000 plants, representing 12,000 species, or join a guided tour.
Melbourne Heritage Walk
Explore Melbourne's historic lanes, shop in its beautiful arcades, and drink in the atmosphere at one of the city's original tearooms.
Auscarts is a state of the art indoor karting venue and entertainment complex just 5 minutes from the heart of Melbourne's CBD.
Is the biggest ice sports and recreation venue in the Southern Hemisphere. For beginners there are FREE lessons on weekends and school holidays.
Black Light Mini Golf
The two very clever combinations of Mini golf and UV Black lights and specially designed mood lighting literally painted together using fluorescent colours illuminates depth, realism and unsurpassed detail never seen before.
Great Ocean Road & Twelve Apostles
Imagine a road which hugs the side of sheer cliffs, where the native bushland meets the blue waters of Australia's most spectacular coastline.
Each night at dusk the Little Penguins waddle up Summerland Beach and make their way to their burrows in the dunes, a ritual that has been followed for thousands of years.
Melbourne City Sights
This tour of Melbourne is a journey to see the highlights of this marvellous city. Experience the beautiful architecture of some of our most famous landmarks.
Sovereign Hill & Historic Ballarat
This tour takes us to Ballarat, Victoria's biggest inland city and Sovereign Hill.
An easy 90 minutes from Melbourne, Phillip Island Nature Parks is Melbourne’s most popular wildlife attraction.
With stunning views from Arthurs Seat summit over the bay with its long white sand beaches, the splendour of vineyards, farms, holiday homes and a quiet country lifestyle, the Mornington Peninsula is a true delight.
Puffing Billy with Wildlife and Winery Lunch
Ride on Australia's most notable narrow gauge railway through the spectacular Blue Dandenong Ranges with bellbirds and kookaburras echoing the steam train's whistle. Tour through the richness of the Yarra Valley - a pastoral experience of farms and vineyards, haystacks and wine grapes.