Melbourne is known as one of the world’s great street art capitals for its unique expressions of art displayed on approved outdoor locations throughout the city.
Weaving a maze through the city grid, Melbourne’s laneways have been revitalised with street art, bustling cafes and atmospheric bars.
Find out more about the great range of activities, attractions and events on offer at Docklands.
A visit to Cooks' Cottage is a must when exploring Melbourne
Step back in time and walk the road to the gallows in a 19th century prison, or be locked up in a modern-day Police Station.
There are so many great attractions in the city, you’re bound to find somewhere the whole family can enjoy! How about the zoo, aquarium, museum or IMAX?
Your user friendly guide to the city, highlighting some of the new or little known restaurants, bars, retail stores and events across the city.
Queen Victoria Market is much more than just Melbourne's shopping mecca – it’s a historic landmark, a tourist attraction and a Melburnian institution.
The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia was the first public art museum dedicated to Australian art.
Home to thousands of aquatic animals, the must-see Melbourne Aquarium is an entertaining and educational experience with four exciting worlds to discover and enjoy.
Be filled with awe and wonder as you explore the award-winning Melbourne Zoo. With more than 300 species of animals from all over the world, you won’t believe that you’re only 4km from the CBD.
Nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe inspiring views from the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere – Melbourne’s iconic Eureka Tower. Two dedicated lifts propel visitors to Level 88 in under 40 seconds.
Valued for their historic, aesthetic, architectural and horticultural significance, the Fitzroy Gardens were classified by the National Trust in 1974 and placed on the Victorian Heritage Register in 1999.
The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne (RBG Melbourne) has been a treasured part of Melbourne’s cultural life for over 160 years.
The National Sports Museum, located at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), features thousands of sporting artefacts and extensive multimedia displays that showcase the great moments, people and events in Australia’s sporting history.
Housing one of the world's largest screens, IMAX Melbourne Museum provides you with the ultimate in movie going experience. Our screen measures a massive 32 metres x 23 metres, is Melbourne’s largest screen and also provides Australia’s largest 3D image.
Melbourne has many great outdoor bars and bars with spectacular views, including rooftop bars, bars overlooking the water and pubs with lively beer gardens.
Celebrate Melbourne's love affair with coffee. Find out where baristas can satisfy your longing for a latte, desire for a decaf, or craving for a cappuccino.
Melbourne Museum explores life in Victoria, from our natural environment to our culture and history.
Bunjilaka is a cultural meeting place for Koorie people and visitors interested in Aboriginal culture.
Fast-becoming a cultural icon for Melbourne, the Koorie Heritage Trust Cultural Centre hosts more than 20,000 artefacts, books, artworks and photographs, an interactive sound and visual permanent exhibition tracing the history of the Koorie people from...
A Melbourne city landmark and cultural icon, the Library is a magnificent 19th-century building with some of the city’s most beautiful heritage interiors. The La Trobe Reading Room, with its majestic domed ceiling, is a highlight.
Federation Square is Melbourne's meeting place and a unique cultural precinct. Find out what's happening at Fed Square and what else is nearby.
The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is the first travelling tram restaurant in the world and makes for a unique and memorable experience.
Chinatown: Through the ornate archway, past the marble lions, you are transported to the clattering, chattering streets of China, a world of dumplings, dragonfruit and drunken chicken.
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Take a free tour of Melbourne's historic Town Hall and learn about its architectural, social and political significance.
Flinders Street Railway Station was completed in 1910, is Australia’s oldest train station and a popular tourist destination.
Melbourne's coolest attraction is as cold as ice. Nothing works up a thirst quite like an Antarctic winter deep in the heart of Melbourne. Enjoy a drink surrounded by more than 50 tonnes of carved ice.
Medibank Icehouse is Australia's latest world-class ice sports and entertainment venue and the only dual ice rink in Australia.