Area Attractions

Explore everything Melbourne has to offer, from Park Hyatt Melbourne’s central location overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Fitzroy Gardens. Just moments from our hotel is Melbourne’s premier shopping business and entertainment districts.

Park Hyatt Melbourne

1 Parliament Square, off Parliament Place
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 3002

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Sightseeing

Melbourne Zoo

Enjoy a day of family fun at Australia’s oldest zoo, with more than 320 species of animals.

Federation Square

A unique cultural precinct and popular meeting place, hosting world-class events and featuring an array of specialty stores, restaurants, and bars.

Art + Museums

Arts Centre Melbourne

Sitting beneath one of our city's great symbols—our magnificent spire—Arts Centre Melbourne is both a defining Melbourne landmark and Australia's largest and busiest performing arts center.

Royal Exhibition Building

Located in Carlton Gardens, The Royal Exhibition Building features the world’s only surviving Great Hall, which is still in use and was the site of Australia’s first Federal Parliament in 1901.

Dining


Shopping

Collins Street

Top designers such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, and Tiffany & Co.—among some high-end Australian brands such as Saba, Jan Logan, and Harrolds—all feature on Collins Street, which is renowned for being the premier luxury shopping district in Melbourne.

Emporium Melbourne

An epicenter of fashion with one of the largest precincts of Australian designers, located in the heart of Melbourne’s central business district, with 225 stores from fashion to food.

Parks and Recreation

Albert Park

Enjoy a picnic or barbecue with the family. The park offers a variety of activities from walking tracks to sailing and rowing; sporting facilities include a golf-driving range, gymnasium, and the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.

Brighton Beach

This popular beach is distinctively known for its 82 colorful bathing boxes lining the foreshore.

St Kilda Beach

St Kilda Beach is one of Melbourne’s most popular beaches; the foreshore is a hive of activity during the summer months.

Carlton Gardens

The heritage-listed Carlton Gardens are a popular picnic and barbecue spot, with flower beds and elaborate fountains. The Carlton Gardens are surrounded by the Royal Exhibition Building and Melbourne Museum.

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