AAMI Park, Olympic Park
60 Olympic Boulevard, Melbourne
AAMI Park provides the missing link to Melbourne’s world class array of sporting venues. It offers a dedicated rectangular pitch stadium, for football (soccer) and the rugby codes. The brief to build an iconic and clever stadium was certainly realised.
Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
The Arts Centre Melbourne is the flagship of the performing arts in Victoria, and the focal point of Melbourne's cultural precinct. It is owned by the people of Victoria, and we welcome people at large to experience all that the Arts Centre has to offer.
Athenaeum Theatre, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne
The Melbourne Athenaeum is Melbourne’s oldest cultural institution, starting as Melbourne’s first Mechanics Institute in 1839. The Melbourne City Council met in the building until 1852 when the Melbourne Town Hall was built.
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)
111 Sturt Street, Southbank
The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is Melbourne’s leading contemporary art gallery presenting the most challenging, innovative and creative visual art of our time.
Campbell Arcade, Flinders Street, Melbourne
Campbell Arcade is an underground shopping precinct that is entered from Flinders Street. It was built in 1956 as a subway connecting Degraves Street with Flinders Street Station.
113 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Bought in 1999 by RMIT University, this fabulous cinema and office block was designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin. It opened in 1924 and the Capitol cinema today is considered the finest interior design work by this talented couple.
Centre for Adult Education
Pt Mezzanine & Levels 2-5, 253-265 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
The Centre for Adult Education (CAE) runs short courses, accredited and nationally recognised training, and partnerships with government and industry.
Conservatory, Fitzroy Gardens, Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
The Fitzroy Garden’s Conservatory opened March 30, 1930, and is a vital part of the city's commitment to excellence in horticulture. The building copies the Spanish mission architectural style, measuring 30 x 15 metres and originally costing 4000 pounds.
Cooks' Cottage, Fitzroy Gardens, Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
Built in Yorkshire, England in 1755 by the parents of Captain James Cook, Cooks' Cottage was transported to Melbourne in crates and barrels, re-assembled and officially opened in Fitzroy Gardens, Victoria, in 1934.
Crown Entertainment Complex
Crown Entertainment Complex, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
The Crown Entertainment Complex is one of the world’s largest entertainment complexes of its kind (covering two city blocks) and is a popular Melbourne tourist destination.