Area Attractions

Melbourne is a creative, exciting, ever-changing city with extraordinary surprises to be discovered in every basement, rooftop and laneway. Whether you're an art enthusiast, a shopping addict, or theatre devotee, there is a never ending list of things to do in our wonderful city. 

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Classic Art & Culture

Her Majesty's Theatre

Leaving the fuss and babble of the modern world behind, you are wrapped in timeless beauty. Known as the home to all Melbourne’s great musicals, Her Majesty’s Theatre also presents opera, ballet, plays and concerts as well as private events and functions.

State Library Victoria

The Library has grown to span an entire city block, adding all manner of reading rooms, galleries, exhibition spaces, lecture halls and venues: The Ian Potter Queen's Hall is the jewel in the Library's stellar collection of unique heritage spaces or LaTrobe Reading Room, the magnificent octagonal reading room is six storeys high.

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Top Attractions


Healesville Sanctuary

Healesville Sanctuary is a Zoo specialising in native Australian animals. Wander through the tranquil tracks and meet iconic Australian animals including koalas, kangaroos, platypus, dingoes, wombats and emus.


Birrarung Marr is situated on the north bank of the Yarra River next to Federation Square. The park’s playground is always open for anyone. Bring your kids along and watch them enjoy the tube slides, sandpits, swinging hammocks, activity panel rock and rope climbing features and balance beams.

Puffing Billy Railway

Puffing Billy travels through the magnificient forests and fern tree gullies of the Dandenong Ranges. This century-old steam train is still running on its original mountain track from Belgrave to Gembrook in the scenic Dandenong Ranges and is a genuine relic of more leisurely days.

Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Melbourne Gardens has been a treasured part of Melbourne’s cultural life for more than 170 years – much loved by generations of Victorians, as well as by many visitors from interstate and overseas. It is a picturesque haven for recreation and an important resource for education, conservation, science and horticulture.

Parks & Recreation

St Kilda Beach

The foreshore is a hive of activity as walkers, joggers and rollerbladers race by, while kitesurfers, windsurfers and all-weather swimmers make the waters their playground.