In the suburbs and surrounds of Melbourne Australia you will find excellent restaurants, great cafés and eateries, plenty of dynamic boutique fashion retailers, shoe specialists and jewellerers.
Albert Park, between the city and the beaches of Melbourne:
Melbourne (Central business district) Melbourne (St Kilda Road)
West Melbourne Coode Island
City of Port Phillip - St Kilda
Richmond, Surrounds of Melbourne
Not far from the city, Victoria being such a compact state, are places to visit that offer history, scenic small wineries and villages, to the rural cities that thrived during the Gold Rush era.
The road to Melbourne is spectacular no matter which direction you approach the city. There is a route through the rugged Australian Alps; as well as the Princes Highway seaside route from Sydney, passing beautiful sandy beaches, national parks and coastal resorts.
The Hume Highway, from Canberra and Sydney, is lined with vineyards and fine wineries. From Adelaide, along the Great Ocean Road provides a showcase for some of Australia’s most dramatic scenery.
There are conveniently located hotels, bed & breakfasts near the beach or in the city center or suburbs, caravan parks, serviced apartments and holiday homes.
Main Photo: St Kilda Brighton Beach Melbourne Australia CBD
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