One of the world's most livable cities.
Melbourne is a perfect balance of style and taste. It is famous for its trendy food and coffee, and diverse neighborhoods - each of their own unique style. Visit the city for its blend of street art, restaurants, bars, and culture and the many famous sporting events such as the Melbourne Cup and the AFL Grand Final. There is no shortage of attractions in this unique culture-packed city. Enjoy the vibrant feel Melbourne exudes and pack in some shopping, dining, relaxing interspersed with activities.
TOP THINGS TO DO IN MELBOURNE
These are popular activities to do in Melbourne. We can help you choose.
City Circle Tram: The City Circle Tram is a free and easy way to see all the sights Melbourne offers while on one of the city's iconic methods of transportation. The tram also has audio commentary on landmarks and attractions along the route. If you're looking for an introduction to the city, this is the activity for you.
Great Ocean Road: The Great Ocean Road is one of the most scenic coastal routes in Australia. See the coastal beaches, rainforest, and learn of the interesting history of the Shipwreck Coast. Don't forget a camera to capture the breathtaking panoramas you will see on this engaging tour!
Eureka Skydeck 88: Ascend the world's fastest elevator up to the 88th floor of the Eureka Skydeck and see the bustling city of Melbourne from up top. Visit during the day and use a viewfinder to spot your favorite attractions or go at night and experience the bright city lights.
SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium: Visit the largest aquarium in all of Australia: the SEA LIFE aquarium in Melbourne. Walk through the 12 ecological zones or learn about the large collection of sea life on display in a lecture or animal feeding.
Yarra Valley: The Yarra Valley is filled with a superb selection of wineries, restaurants, and an astonishing number of National Parks and Reserves. Appreciate word class wineries accompanied by an astonishing view of the vineyards and fields upon the landscape that characterizes the famous area.
Royal Botanic Gardens : The Royal Botanic Gardens have tens of thousands of plant species. With tall luscious trees and clear blue lakes- it makes for the perfect getaway for some peace of mind. The gardens house a variety of wildlife which you may spot along your walk through, alongside the blooming textures and colors. If you visited the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens, then you must visit Melbourne's own.
Phillip Island: A trip down to Phillip Island is the perfect day trip for those visiting Melbourne. A 90-minute car ride will allow you to watch the Penguin Parade, where the Little Penguins come ashore, or an intense motor sport event at the Phillip Island Circuit. The island is also equipped with secluded beaches and walking trails through the dense forest where more iconic Australian wildlife can be spotted.
Mornington Peninsula: You can zip line, bridge-cross, and swim your way across the Mornington Peninsula to get to whatever engaging outdoor activity you have planned for the day. Swim with Dolphins, hike through the many outdoor reserves and parks, paddle-board across the stunning landscape, or kickback at one of the many top-tier wineries or restaurants to choose from.
ArtVo: Visit Australia's first interactive and immersive Art Gallery, with its 3D 'trick-art' that will most definitely make for an interesting time. With 11 themed zones, there is no shortage of photo opportunities and fun for all ages.
Victoria State Library: Explore the library which also functions as a museum with the many famous books on display. With seemingly endless balconies of books of all categories, you will definitely find something to read in one of the highly acclaimed reading rooms available to the public.