Melbourne Attractions

With so much on offer, it would be impossible to list everything in one place!

Don’t limit yourself to the city. Consider a day trip such as The Great Ocean Road, Yarra Valley Wineries, Phillip Island and many more.

Here are a few suggestions to kick of your itinerary. All are close to the centre of Melbourne and offer a range of dining and entertainment options.

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federation square

Melbourne’s meeting point! Directly opposite Flinders Street Station in the heart of the city, Fed Square features bars, restaurants, ACMI, the National Gallery of Victoria and a whole lot more.

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chinatown

Known for its outstanding variety of Asian delicacies, Melbourne Chinatown offers so much more. Visit the Chinese museum or head to Emporium Melbourne for some great shopping.

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melbourne docklands

The District Docklands hosts an array of shopping outlets, casual dining, the Artvo gallery, Costco (membership required). Jump on the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel for a great view of the city.

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south wharf

One of Melbourne’s newest entertainment hubs, South Wharf offers a huge range of bars and restaurants along with discount shopping at DFO. History buffs will enjoy the Maritime Heritage Walk.

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soutHGATE

A great variety of bars and restaurants located on the edge of the Yarra River. Situated directly opposite Flinders Street station, Southgate connects the Fed Square and Crown precincts.

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crown melbourne

In addition to gaming, Crown offers a range of restaurants, bars and nightclubs, a cinema, live theatre, concerts, Kingpin bowling and nightly entertainment.

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