• Queen Victoria Market

    Queen Street and Victoria Street, Melbourne .

    The Queen Victoria Market is a major landmark in Melbourne, with around 7 hectares, it one of the largest open air markets in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • The District Docklands

    440 Docklands Drive, Docklands .

    The District Dockland (formerly Harbourtown) is not to be missed when visiting Melbourne

    Brand Shopping, Entertainment and Dining all in one super stylish area and more COMING SOOM 

  • ACDC Lane

    ACDC Lane, Melbourne .

    The name says it all, really. Named after the Australian musical heroes, ACDC Lane is the physical embodiment of Melbourne's enduring love affair with dirty, low-down rock 'n' roll. Home to the infamous Cherry Bar, where every young hoon and swashbuckler has gotten into strife at some stage, this little corner of the city is what kick-started the laneway lifestyle way back when.

    Things are a little different now, or course. Sharp suited professionals and foodies in hipster jeans now line the cobblestones looking for the latest culinary sensation. But Cherry Bar still carries the torch and the street art covering every nook and cranny of this hallowed ground is a reminder that the beat goes on.

    If you are on the hunt for flavour rather than noise, pop into Pastuso for Peruvian street food and pisco-based cocktails, or turn the corner into adjoining Duckboard Place where you'll find high-end Indian, Chinese and even Danish cuisine.

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  • Etihad Stadium

    740 Bourke Street, Docklands VIC 3008 .

    Etihad Stadium is around a 15min walk from Miami Hotel Melbourne and is home to Football, Cricket and many events throughout the year. See what's coming up here

  • MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground)

    Brunton Avenue, Melbourne .

    The MCG is an iconic ground for sporting and other events in Melbourne.

    See what's coming up here

  • NGV (National Gallery of Victoria)

    180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne .

    NGV offers a world of art and so much more!

    The After Dark series and seasonal exhibitions are sure to have something for everyone.

    Check out what's on here

  • Melbourne Zoo

    Elliott Ave, Parkville VIC 3052 .

    Visit today to see a range of Australian animals and so much more!

    Situated in beautiful Parkville ensure you allocate a day to see everything the Melbourne Zoo has to offer

    Getting to Melbourne Zoo by public transport is easy!

    We encourage all our visitors to catch public transport and help the environment by reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. It also saves time finding and paying for parking.

    By Tram
    Tram 58 "West Coburg to Toorak" runs from William Street in the city centre every day, stopping directly outside Melbourne Zoo.

    By Train
    Trains run from Flinders Street Station on the Upfield line every day, stopping at Melbourne Zoo’s own Royal Park Station.

    By Bus
    Bus route 505 from Moonee Ponds to Melbourne University stops outside Melbourne Zoo.

    Timetable information

    Please visit for up-to-date tram, train and bus times. (Tip:  Use their Journey Planner for public transport directions from anywhere in Victoria. Enter your starting address in the “From” box and enter “Melbourne Zoo” as a landmark in the “To” box).

    Travelling from Regional Victoria

    V/Line trains run from Geelong and Warrnambool, Ballarat, Maryborough and Ararat, Bendigo, Swan Hill and Echuca, Seymour, Shepparton and Albury, as well as Traralgon, Sale and Bairnsdale

    The V/Line Family Traveller ticket allows each adult to take up to two children aged between four and 16 at no extra cost during off-peak times, including weekends. And, at Melbourne Zoo, admission is free for children under 16 years every weekend!