Top places to visit in Melbourne

Top places to visit in Melbourne

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Melbourne can make your life busy with work, adventuress, relaxed and entertained at the same time. Here are some magical places where you can get yourselves relaxed with foods, nature, and entertainment. 

  • Federation square

The Federation square was opened on 26 October 2002 and its located on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. This venue consists of 7.9 acres of arts, culture, and public events. Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Koorie Heritage Trust are some of it. Cafes, restaurants, specialty stores, and bars are also incorporated in this series of buildings centered around a large paved square. Federation Square is one place you can experience cultural, entertaining, and civic activities during the entire year.

  • Yarra Valley
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Yarra Valley is one of the world’s premier wine-growing regions that also serve luxury accommodation, fresh regional products, mouthwatering foods, and iconic sceneries. It will take less than one hour from Melbourne to reach this entry free location. You can taste quality wines and foods, you can also spend time in romantic hideaways.

  • Docklands

Dockland is home to modern landmarks such as docklands stadium and the Melbourne Star observation wheel. Tourists visit Docklands to watch their favorite sports, water activities, and dining fabulous seafood meals at one of the waterfront restaurants.  

  • CDB laneways

Colorful street arts, cafes, and the smell of a perfect fresh coffee will give you another level of chilling experience while Walking through Melbourne laneways. These narrow streets and pedestrian paths are popular cultural attractions. Lanes such as Rankins lane, Hosier lane, and Union lane are referred to as “laneway galleries”. These laneways are unique to Australia and attract visitors from everywhere.

  • Great ocean road

Great Ocean Road is one of the most picturesque drives along the wild and windswept Southern Ocean. Visitors can do hikes, surf, and other plenty of adventure in craggy cliffs, empty beaches, and bountiful wildlife. Great ocean road is also included in the Australian National Heritage list.

  • Flinders street station

Flinders Street station is located on the corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets in Melbourne Victoria which serves the entire metropolitan rail network.  It was opened on 12 September 1854 by Lieutenant Governor Charles Hotham. Flinders street station is well known because of the row of clocks above the main entrance. Melbournian saying “I’ll meet you under the clocks” refers to the row of clocks. It will only take 30 minutes of your time to explore this iconic station.

  • St kilda

St Kilda is very popular among tourists since it’s packed with a lot of attraction within the walking distance. Visitors can stay for sunset, visit Luna park, and taste various foods. St Kilda is now the most popular place for music festivals. Also, picturesque art deco buildings will make your visit memorable.

  • Phillip island

Phillip Island is a perfect place for animal lovers especially penguin lovers. Phillip Island is paradise for fairy penguins.

  • Dandenong ranges

Dandenong range is a perfect place for a day trip from Melbourne. Throughout the year you can take part in annual events such as the chestnut festival in Kalorama and Autumn Authors Showcase. Also, you can chill your self by Artist studios, raft stores, renowned gardens as well as walking and cycling through mountain ash forests while inhaling clean and refreshing air.