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Landmarks & notable buildings
Melbourne's sensational cityscape is dotted with interesting architecture, including statuesque Art Deco buildings, neoclassical facades and contemporary towers.
Olympic Park, 60 Olympic Boulevard, Melbourne
AAMI Park provides the missing link to Melbourne’s array of sporting venues, providing a rectangular pitch for football (soccer) and the rugby codes. The brief to build an iconic and clever stadium was certainly realised.
Shed 2 North Wharf Road, Docklands
The Alma Doepel is a three masted topsail schooner. Australian built and operated she was first launched on 10 October 1903. Alma Doepel is run and operated by Sail & Adventure Limited a not-for-profit company established in 1976.
Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
With an array of venues under its spire, the Arts Centre is the flagship of the performing arts in Victoria and focal point of the cultural precinct.
188 Collins Street,, Melbourne
The Melbourne Athenaeum is Melbourne’s oldest cultural institution, starting life as the city’s first Mechanics Institute in 1839. The Melbourne City Council met in the building until 1852, when the Melbourne Town Hall was built.
Australia And New Zealand Banking Group Limited
376-390 Collins Street, Melbourne
Considered the finest secular Gothic-Revival building in Australia, this building was completed in 1887 and is renowned for the splendour of its interior. It was erected as the head office of the English, Scottish & Australian Bank.
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)
111 Sturt Street, Southbank
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is Melbourne’s leading contemporary art gallery, and the distinctive rust-red building has become a city icon.
Campbell Arcade, Flinders Street, Melbourne
Entered from Flinders Street, Campbell Arcade underground shopping precinct dates from 1956 and connects Degraves Street with Flinders Street Station.
115 Swanston Street, Melbourne
An extraordinary cinema, with ceilings indirectly lit in four colours, the Capitol Theatre was designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin.
Centre for Adult Education
Level 2, 253 Flinders Lane,, Melbourne
CAE provides a wide range of programs and services to the Victorian community, adapting to meet the continually changing needs of adult learners.
Conservatory, Fitzroy Gardens, Wellington Parade, East Melbourne
Built in classic Spanish Mission style, complete with adobe colour palette, the Fitzroy Garden’s lovely Conservatory building opened in March 1930. The Conservatory exhibits five floral displays each year.
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