Melbourne Australia, known for its arts, entertainment, sports, great restaurants, bars and cosmopolitan café culture. Click on an area to Zoom for more detailed maps.
Pedestrian places are marked in yellow orange. Attractions, museums and art galleries are marked with a yellow circle, entertainment centres are marked with blue circles and places to shop are marked with a purple circle.
Train lines, although mostly underground in the city centre, are marked in blue, while tram lines are in orange. There are also frequent bus services that run perpendicular to the tram services.
In-between eating and sleeping, there are plenty of places to visit while your here:
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Melbourne takes great pride in its arts and culture, with its diverse collection of museums and art galleries, you will be sure to find a number of places to you will want to visit.
Attractions in Melbourne include Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Zoo, the restored iron barque Polly Woodside and the impressive National Gallery of Victoria.
Melbourne Shopping: Marked with purple circles, the major shopping centres include Australia on Collins, Collins Place, DFO South Wharf, Galleria and Melbourne Central, amongst others. More about Shopping in Melbourne.
Note: There is a free tram service 35 (City Circle) that operates in both clockwise and anti-clockwise direction. These historical trams are coloured brown and have a frequent service in the Melbourne CBD (Central Business District) that take you past major attractions and circle the inner city (CBD).
Victoria being a compact state, other worthwhile places to visit include:
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