There are plenty of place to go in Melbourne to keep you and the family entertained while you visit here. Click the map to Zoom Out or you can use the arrows.
Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium Located alongside the Yarra River in the city, where you can not only see sharks and a multitude of other sealife, you can also swim with them. For those not so adventurous, there are state of the art displays and live animal feeds to see: Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium.
Immigration Museum The story of the many migrants who came to settle in Australia from many, many different countries. With extensive displays and exhibits telling their stories. They also have a 3d display of the Melbourne CBD in their backyard, which you can walk amongst, complete with a variety of festivals to celebrate: Melbourne Immigration Museum.
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Southbank PromenadeAlongside the Yarra River, the Southbank Promenade has entertainment centres and the Southgate Arts & Leisure Precinct. There are plenty of choices in places to eat here as well, for breakfast, lunch and dinner: Southbank Promenade.
Eureka Skydeck 88 The tallest building in Australia, if not the southern hemisphere. From here you can see Melbourne and surrounds in all its splendour. For the adventurous, try the Eureka Skydeck 88, with its clear glass floors: Eureka Tower.
: Housed in the historic Melbourne Royal Mint Administrative Building designed by the Colonial Architect J. J. Clark. The Hellenic Museum has wonderful collections of Classical Greece on display, containing artworks, pottery and statues from Ancient Greece. Melbourne Royal Mint Administrative Building .
Southgate: At the Southgate, there are fashion, accessories and jewellery shops, art galleries, gift shops and a whole lot more, including cinemas and festivals. You can also find a whole host of places to eat: Southgate.
Collins Street Precinct Considered one the great streets of Melbourne, if not the greatest. Historical buildings adorn the street, making it a definite Melbourne place to go, but you will also find a ton of places to eat and to shop. The little laneways leading off here are worth exploring as well: Collins Street Precinct.
Swanston Street This is a street with lots of surprises and places to visit, it extends from the north part of the city centre all the way over the Yarra River. Along the street are parks, museums, art galleries, shops, excellent restaurants and eateries. Landmark buildings, public art and parks and a historic bridge, enjoy a stroll.
City Train Stations: See the City Train Stations Map.
Trams in the city centre are plentiful and free if you begin and end your journey in the city centre limits. They traverse the streets on a frequent basis. Melbourne Australia Trams.
Cruises on the Yarra: There are quite a number of cruises exploring the Yarra River, including Gulpilil’s Australia, a wholly owned and operated Aboriginal cruise company offering tours with boats, canoes and kayaks. Docklands Cruises.
Victoria being a compact state, other worthwhile places to visit include:
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