Within walking distance of each other, you can find places of interest to see and go in the Melbourne city center. Click the map to Zoom Out or you can use the arrows.
Federation Square Federation Square has a number of significant Melbourne attractions and has changing special events and exhibitions. A gathering place for Melbournites, there are bars, entertainment and restaurants: Federation Square.
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National Sports Museum Located at the Cricket Ground MCG, the museum is dedicated to all sports played in Australia, on all levels, as is the MCC Museum. There are sporting collections including whenever Australia participated in the Olympics, cricket and football: National Sports Museum.
NGV International Australiana - You can see wonderful examples of Australian and Melbourne art at the Ian Potter Centre NGV, located at Federation Square. At the larger gallery of NGV International, there are levels of artworks from all over the world: NGV International.
Australian Centre for the Moving Image Those interested in creative films will find lots to see and do here. There are films for viewing, exhibitions to visit, talks and live events, workshops and lots of resources for those interested in research of early and historic films, as well as the many creative movies made since then: ACMI.
Collins Street Precinct This Melbourne street is a place to see, with theatres and more places to shop. The many smaller laneways also have hidden secrets to find, bars, nightclubs and al fresco restaurants: Collins Street Precinct.
Swanston Street This 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 to St. Kilda Road. 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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