√ The sparkling, vibrant, colorful city of Melbourne has a basket full of things to see and do.
√ Visit the Yarra Valley Wineries.
√ Experience the breath taking sights while dining on the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant. √ Explore the lanes and Arcades or the Fashion Triangle.
√ Visit the MCG, Flemington Race Course, Moonee Valley Race Course. They are the perfect venues for sporting buff.
√ Ride to the top of the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere for a panoramic view of Melbourne.
√ Discover the Melbourne's theatre area having grand theatre facades, blockbuster shows and dramatic venue interiors.Best Places to Visit :
Below enlisted are the major and the favorite tourists attraction : -
Royal Exhibition Buildings - Visit the place erected for the Great Exhibition of 1880. It is also the new World Heritage site. Cook's Cottage - was built in 1755 by the parents of explorer Captain James Cook. Government House is one of the finest examples of Italianate architecture in Australia.
Melbourne Aquarium - Visiting the place underwater is very thrilling and adventurous. You can see here a variety of aquatic animals, birds and fishes. Werribee Open Range Zoo - Head out on a wildlife safari and see rhinos, giraffes, zebras and hippos.
Murray-Sunset National Park, in Victoria's far north-west corner, is the State's second largest national park. It is in one of the few remaining semi-...
Mitchell River National Park Mitchell River National Park is one of the Kimberley's two newest national parks. The park of 115,300 hectares lies in...
Below enlisted are the major and the favorite tourists attraction : - Historical Buildings : - The historically important buildings reveal the rich p...
Fitzroy Gardens The Fitzroy Gardens are within walking distance of the city centre, just beyond the Treasury Gardens. Few cities can boast a garden a...
3,744,373 (metropolitan area).
GMT + 10 (GMT + 11 from first Sunday in October to first Sunday in April).
Average January Temperatures 26ºC (79ºF). Average July Temperatures 13ºC (55ºF).
655mm (25.8 inches).
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