Melbourne skyline bridge near Brady Hotels

Melbourne Attractions

With so much to do and see in Melbourne, here are some of our favourites.

SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium

Aquarium in the City of Melbourne, Victoria

Crown Melbourne

Crown Melbourne is a casino, entertainment and dining precinct on the south bank of the Yarra River, in Melbourne.

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

Come fly on the Melbourne Star, the Southern Hemisphere's only Giant Observation Wheel. Located in Docklands waterfront precinct in Melbourne Australia.

Royal Arcade

The Royal Arcade is a historic shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Opened in 1870, it connects Bourke Street Mall to Little Collins Street, with a side offshoot to Elizabeth Street

Flinders Street Station

Opened in 1854, the historic station serves the entire metropolitan rail network, as well as some country services to eastern Victoria.

Old Melbourne Gaol

The Old Melbourne Gaol consists of a bluestone building and courtyard, and is located next to the old City Police Watch House and City Courts buildings

KitKat Chocolatery

Design your own KitKat Chocolatery.  Choose your own chocolate, ingredients, inclusions and packaging design.

Brighton Bathing Boxes

Iconic & much-photographed group of 82 brightly coloured wooden beach huts from the early 1900s.

Melbourne Street Art

Some of our favourite location are Hosier Lane, Centre Place, AC/DC Lane and Duckboard Place.

Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo is a zoo in Melbourne, Australia. It is located within Royal Park in Parkville, approximately 4 kilometres north of the centre of Melbourne.

Shrine of Remembrance

The Shrine of Remembrance is a war memorial in Melbourne, located in Kings Domain on St Kilda Road.

Bourke Street Mall

Bourke Street Mall, located between Swanston and Elizabeth street. Melbourne's most popular outdoor pedestrian mall with tons of shops, boutiques and restaurants. 

Federation Square

World-class art galleries and exhibitions, a diverse range of food and drink options, and events that capture the heart of Melbourne year after year.

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Royal Botanic Gardens

The Melbourne Gardens cover an area of 38 hectares with more than 8,500 species of plants, including many rare specimens. Visiting the gardens is one of the best free things to do in Melbourne.

Melbourne Cricket Ground and National Sports Museum

Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia, so it's no surprise that a sports stadium numbers among the city's top tourist attractions. With a capacity of 100,000 the MCG is considered one of the world's greatest stadiums.  

Art Centre Melbourne and Southbank

Southbank promenade is filled with indoor/outdoor cafés, restaurants, and live entertainment venues. An excellent arts and crafts market is held every Sunday, and the area is also home to many festivals throughout the year.

Eureka Tower

The Eureka Tower stands 91 stories above ground in the heart of Southbank. Skydeck, on the 88th floor, affords the highest public view in any building in the Southern Hemisphere.

Royal Exhibition Building and Melbourne Museum

Built in 1880, the Royal Exhibition Building is beautiful inside and out—a true landmark of Melbourne. Next door the Melbourne Museum  this modern purpose-built museum houses a diverse collection depicting society and cultures. 

City Circle Tram Tour

Trams are a big part of Melbourne's public transport system, and the City Circle Tram offers tourists a free and easy way of seeing the CBD.  The trams run every 12 minutes and take about 50 minutes to complete the entire loop.

Captain Cook's Cottage

Captain Cook's Cottage was brought to Melbourne from Captain James Cook's native home in Yorkshire, England and erected in Fitzroy Gardens.

Docklands

Docklands is Melbourne's newest waterfront entertainment precinct,  the docklands village is filled with shops, cafés, restaurants, tourist attractions, and parklands.

Queen Victoria Market

A popular place with locals and tourists in addition to the magnificent food halls, market stalls sell everything from clothing, art, and toys to that hard-to-find unique souvenir, five days a week. 

State Library of Victoria

Discover State Library Victoria – explore a world of information and stories, and enjoy free tours, exhibitions, events and family fun.

National Gallery of Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, is an art museum in Melbourne, founded in 1861, it is Australia's oldest, largest and most visited art museum.