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Discover Melbourne


Click here to view the official list of tours and here to book the tour of your choice.

Dining and Nightlife

Restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs are always buzzing in Melbourne. An eclectic range of cuisine is on offer across town - hidden down laneways, high above street level or overlooking the waterfront.


From the cutting edge to classic, boutique to big time, Melbourne’s vibrant retail scene is alive with alluring labels, products and shopping experiences – some home grown, some world-renowned.

Getting Around

Melbourne is a city that's a cinch to explore, with flexible and no-fuss ways to move around town. Bike tracks, waterways, trains, trams and taxis transport you through the city and make you a part of its action. You can also cruise, cycle or walk to attractions and events around the city.

Click here to read an article from the BBC on Exploring Melbourne by Tram - which is free for tourists!

Places to Visit

Melbourne is a city with endless options. The city sweeps you up into laneways and libraries, attractions, art galleries, parks, theatres and a vibrant waterfront atmosphere.

Top 20 things to do in Melbourne

1 Stroll, skate or soak up the sun on the St Kilda beach promenade
Join in the festivities at one of Melbourne’s many free public events
 Discover Australia’s Aboriginal culture on a Koorie Heritage Walk
 Dine in the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant, while travelling city streets
 Meet multicultural Melbourne at the Queen Victoria Market
 See the city from ‘The Edge’ – 88 stories up in the Eureka Tower
Capture the city spirit at Federation Square, home to galleries, cafés and bars
Eat, drink and live like a local in Melbourne’s sophisticated secret laneways
Swim with sea horses around the piers of the Mornington Peninsula
Capture culture at the National Gallery of Victoria, with art spanning the globe
Meet native and foreign animals or picnic over jazz at the Melbourne Zoo
 Discover the Melbourne Story at the Melbourne Museum
Tee off at one of Melbourne’s 15 championship golf courses
Take time out at one of Melbourne’s seaside day spas
Experience café culture on Lygon Street – Melbourne’s ‘Little Italy’
See a show at a world-class theatre as Broadway comes to Melbourne
Get sporty at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and National Sports Museum
Dirve around Albert Park Lake, home to the Australian Formula 1Grand Prix
Shop at Melbourne’s largest department stores, Myer and David Jones
 Enjoy spectacular water views and stylish restaurants in Docklands

Click here to visit the City of Melbourne website for more tips on visiting this fascinating city!