A: 13 Hawke Street, West Melbourne, VIC 3003 Australia
T: 61 3 9321 2444 | F: 61 3 9328 1820
R: 1800 132 333
The flagship of the performing arts in Victoria comprises of 3 buildings, Concert Hall, Theatres Building and Sidney Myer Music Bowl
Bridge Road Richmond
This hub of fashion houses some of Melbourne’s famous factory outlets.
Dating back to the gold rush days of the 1850s, Chinatown is the longest continuous Chinese settlement in the western world.
City Baths (pool & gymnasium)
First opened in 1860 they provide swimming and fitness facilities in historic surrounds.
City Circle Tram
Provides free transport around central Melbourne.
Crown Casino Entertainment Complex
Crown features a five star luxury hotel, fine dining restaurants, casual riverside cafes, bars and nightclubs, designer shopping, comprehensive entertainment facilities and the southern hemisphere's largest casino.
Direct Factory Outlets (DFO – CITY)
Located at Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station (Spencer Street)http://www.dfo.com.au
Melbourne’s newest waterfront is alive with a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and residential apartments http://www.docklands.vic.gov.au
Is the central part of the city with a mix of attractions including galleries, restaurants, cafes and bars housed in an innovative architectural landscape and open spaces.
Home of the Melbourne Cup Horse Race held on the first Tuesday of November, is the world's richest horserace.
Melbourne is home of the Australian Grand Prix held around the picturesque Albert Park Lake.
The IMAX Theatre Melbourne is home to the world's largest 3D cinema screen - eight storeys high. With films in 2D and incredibly life-like 3D.
Koorie Heritage Trust
Find out about the Koorie culture and view some of the magnificent art. Open 7 Days.
Featuring the 2.2 million litre Oceanarium and Juvenile shark display, 10,000 aquatic creatures and Simulator ride.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne's home of cricket also hosts football games and was the main stadium for the 1956 Olympic Games.
Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre
Located on Spencer Street hosts Trade and consumer events.
Includes interactive displays, exhibitions and IMAX theatre.
Melbourne 360 Observation Deck (Rialto Towers)
Included in admission is a 20-minute sight and sound spectacular about Melbourne and Victoria.
Melbourne & Olympic Parks
Originally two separate grounds, together they consist of a number of structures used year round to host a number of events, including the Australian Open Tennis tournament each January.
Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre
Located in Albert Park, MSAC is known for Badminton, Squash, Basketball, Table Tennis, Racquet Ball, Diving, Swimming, Water Polo and WipeOut Sessions.
With more than 350 wildlife species on view in naturalistic setting only 4km from the city centre.
National Gallery of Victoria
NGV has two campuses: NGV International on St Kilda Road, and The Ian Potter Centre.
Situated on Spring Street, this is one of Melbourne's best-loved theatre venues. http://www.marrinertheatres.com.au/
Queen Victoria Market
Is the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere, serving customers for over 120 years.
Royal Botanical Gardens
Are the most significant outside of London's Kew gardens, with thousands of plant specimens.
Is a dynamic interactive science and technology museum combining the only digital planetarium in the Southern Hemisphere, the Melbourne Planetarium.
Southgate Art & Leisure Precinct
Riverside on the southern banks of the Yarra River Southgate offers dining and shopping experience.
St Paul's Anglican Cathedral
Stands on the site where the first Christian services in Melbourne were held in 1836.
With its retractable roof is Melbourne's newest home for Aussie Rules football.
Victoria State Hockey & Netball Centre
Located in Royal Park, this state of the art sports facility is a 10 minute drive from the Miami Hotel Melbourne.