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