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Melbourne is set around the shores of Port Phillip Bay. The city itself, laid out in a large rectangle and boasting a lively and cosmopolitan pulse, sits on the northern banks of the Yarra River, about five kilometres from the bay.

Melbourne is a city with something for everyone. From chic fashion stores to buzzing laneway cafes and trendy bars, botanic gardens to sports stadiums, elegant Victorian-era streetscapes to Manhattan-style skyscrapers, film and food festivals to galleries and opulent theatres, Melbourne has an activity and attraction that will interest you.

Where else can you enjoy Australia’s best eating and drinking? Explore historic arcades and laneways lined with cafes and boutiques? Or see sporting spectaculars, art exhibitions and performing arts productions throughout the year? Melbourne, that’s where.

Some features:

Federation Square

  • Visitor Information Centre
  • Striking architecture
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Dynamic arts attractions.
Conceived as a tribute to the first 100 years of Australian nationhood,  Federation Square opened on 26 October 2002. Standing in the heart of central Melbourne and linking the city centre with the Yarra River, Federation Square fuses art, architecture, hospitality and promenading into a distinct and striking public space. Visitors can stroll around Federation Square's expansive desert-toned plaza, which affords commanding views of Melbourne's riverside and cityscape, or enjoy food and wine at one of the 20 captivating restaurants, cafes and bars interspersed throughout the square.

Visitors can also take in a comprehensive collection of Australian art at the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, or walk next door to see the state-of-the-art Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Federation Square is also home to the Melbourne Visitor Centre - a one-stop shop for visitors to learn all there is to see and do in Melbourne and Victoria.

Adjacent to Federation Square and en route to Melbourne’s sports precinct is Birrarung Marr, the first major park to be developed in central Melbourne since the city was originally laid out over a century ago.

How to get there
By train: Flinders Street Station, part of the city loop metropolitan train service, is opposite the square.
By tram: Take any tram along Swanston and Flinders street

Shopping in Melbourne

Melbourne and shopping go together like zip-up boots and rainy days or sling-back shoes and summer. Fashion, of course, is part of the appeal but there’s plenty more besides. The question isn’t what can you buy but what can’t you buy, and while choice is a big attraction, the joy of shopping in the city is also about atmosphere. The web of narrow streets, beckoning laneways, wide boulevards and lovely old arcades make shopping nothing less than a pleasure.

Melbourne is home to leading fashion houses and has produced some of the country’s top designers, including Bettina Liano, Scanlan and Theodore and Vixen (Georgio Chapman). It’s also renowned as a bargain hunter’s paradise with factory outlets offering the best brands at hugely discounted prices. For more eclectic tastes and smaller budgets, Melbourne’s multitude of markets offer an extensive array of new and pre-loved shoes clothes and accessories – try the Chapel Street Bazaar and the Camberwell and Queen Victoria markets.

Theatre and performing arts in Melbourne

Dozens of theatrical productions are staged each week in Melbourne, ranging from mainstream musicals to experimental works.

Make sure you secure one of the city's hottest tickets as the Regent Theatre gets set to farewell the Melbourne season of The Lion King, one of the largest musical theatre productions ever to be staged in Australia.

Melbourne Zoo

Opened in 1862, Melbourne Zoo is the oldest in Australia. More than 350 animal species from around the world are on display in the zoo’s attractive enclosures and botanical settings.

Visitors can wander through an African and Asian rainforest displaying gorillas, pygmy hippopotamus, mandrills, tigers and otters, or see an extensive collection of Australian animals including koalas, kangaroos, wombats and platypus. Other highlights include the steamy Butterfly House (where hundreds of Australian butterflies alight upon visitors), the Wonderful New World of Bugs, the Trail of the Elephants and regular meet-the-keeper opportunities throughout the day. You can get close to life-size animals, or at least several touch and feel statues that let you feel the size and shape of a number of animals, including the Australian platypus.

During the summer months, the zoo stays open until 9.30pm for ‘Zoo Twilights’, when live music, concerts, meals and longer animal displays take place.

Guided tours are available daily between 10am and 3pm, and are operated by Friends of the Zoo volunteer guides, who are extensively trained and qualified to answer your questions.

Melbourne Museum

The modernist Melbourne Museum is the largest museum complex in the southern hemisphere. Spread over six huge levels, half of which are below ground level, the museum draws on the latest technology to give an insight into Australia’s flora, fauna and culture.

Highlights include the Science and Life Gallery, which explores areas such as digital technology, biodiversity and geology, and how they have changed our perceptions of the natural world; Bunjilaka, a living cultural centre for the Koori community of south-eastern Australia; and the Australia Gallery, focusing on the vibrant history of Melbourne and Victoria – from Australia’s iconic racehorse Phar Lap to the kitchen set from the Neighbours TV show. Also of interest is the Evolution Gallery, which features life-size dinosaur skeletons and looks at how life changes over time, the Children’s Museum, where the brightly coloured cube-shaped ‘Big Box’ provides a fun and stimulating environment for children from three to eight years old, and ICE, Australia’s only interactive arcade-like cinema game.

One of the museum’s most striking exhibits is the Forest Gallery, a living interpretation of Victoria’s tall temperate forests, which features around 80,00 plants from more than 120 different species. It’s also home to more than 20 different vertebrate species, including snakes, birds, fish, frogs and hundreds of different insects.

Adjoining the museum is IMAX Theatre, which boasts the world’s largest movie screen – two levels high and featuring state-of-the-art visual technology, along with surround sound. A variety of 2D and 3D films are projected here each day.

Choices of Hotels:

Causeway Inn On The Mall Hotel Causeway Inn On The Mall Hotel
Located in a laneway (Causeway Lane) off Bourke Street Mall. It is across from Myer and the new GPO Shopping Complex and is also accessible from Little Collins Street. Bourke Street Mall is the geographical centre of Melbourne CBD and houses 2 large department stores and many shopping outlets. The nearest train station is Flinders Street station (5 to 10 minutes walk). 
Hotel Causeway Hotel Causeway
Hotel Causeway is located in the city centre, on Little Collins Street, near the corner of Swanston Street. The guest entrance is on Howey Street, which is accessible both from Little Collins Street and Collins Street (via Collins 234). The nearest tram stops are on Swanston Street, Bourke Street Mall, and Elizabeth Street, all within 1 to 3 minutes from the hotel. 
Ibis Melbourne Hotel Ibis Melbourne Hotel
The recently renovated hotel is located within an easy walking distance of the famous Queen Victoria Markets (food, clothing, souvenirs) and the famous Lygon street restaurants precinct and Melbournes central shopping area. Theatres and other famous attractions are only a short 10 minutes tram ride away. Melbourne Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
 The Victoria Hotel
This historic hotel is situated in the centre of the city next to the Town Hall, a few minutes walk to Flinders Street Station, Chinatown and ten minutes walk to the Crown Casino. Melbourne Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
Ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street Hotel Hotel Ibis Little Bourke
Located in Melbourne's CBD, near the corner of Little Bourke and King streets. It is a few minutes walk to Southern Cross Train Station and there is a tram stop on Spencer Street. Melbourne Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
Mercure Welcome Melbourne Mercure Hotel Welcome
The best location in town! Located in the very heart of the city of Melbourne next to all the shopping, nightclubs, restaurants, theatres and Chinatown. Day tour coaches depart from across the road. Direct access to David Jones. From 01 Jan 2008 hotel will be completely NON-SMOKING. 
Quality Hotel Batman’s Hill On Collins Quality Batmsn's Hill Hotel
The hotel is located in the western end of Melbourne's Business District, just a small block from the river. A short walk to Southbank and Crown Casino complex. Southern Cross Train station is close by, this is a great location within easy walking distance to most main attractions. Melbourne's Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
Causeway 353 Hotel Causeway 353 Hotel
Hotel Causeway 353 is a new hotel opened in October 2008 and is located in the city centre, on Little Collins Street. This hotel is a boutique hotel and offers excellent location and facilities in the middle of the shopping area with boutiques and main retail nearby with lots of cute cafes around. The restaurant and theatre district are walking distance and main sporting venues and sightseeing options are easily accessible by foot or by tram. Melbourne's Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. Excellent downtown location. 
 Mercure Melbourne Spring Street Hotel
The hotel overlooks Treasury Gardens and is within walking distance to Federation Square and the MCG. It is also within close proximity to Collins Street boutique stores and only a short tram ride to the factory outlets and bargain stores on Bridge Road. The City Circle tram stops at the hotel's doorstep to explore Melbourne CBD. Melbourne Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
 The Crossley Hotel
Nestled amongst Melbourne's theatre district and vibrant China Town. A few minute walk away from Bourke Street, Little Collins Street and Parliament House. Close proximity to The Princess, Her Majesty's and Regent theatres. 
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne
This heritage listed hotel is located in the heart of the business district opposite Flinders Street Station. Crown Casino, Southbank, Collins Street and Bourke Street Mall are all about 5-10 minutes walk. 
Sebel Albert Park Melbourne Hotel Sebel Albert Park Melbourne Hotel
The property is located on Queens Road, overlooking Albert Park Lake with views over Port Phillip Bay. The nearest tram stop is on St Kilda Road, a 2 minute walk from the entrance of the hotel. It takes only 15 minutes to go either to Melbourne's city centre or St Kilda Beach and close to Chapel Street. The hotel has recently undergone a major refurbishment and is looking fantastic. Modern contemporary look, it is a great hotel near both the city and famous St Kilda beach. 
Citigate Albert Park Melbourne Hotel Citigate Albert Park Melbourne Hotel
The property is located on Queens Road, overlooking Albert Park Lake with views over Port Phillip Bay. The nearest tram stop is on St Kilda Road, a 2 minute walk from the entrance of the hotel. It takes only 15 minutes to go either to Melbourne's city centre or St Kilda Beach and close to Chapel Street. The hotel has recently undergone a major refurbishment and is looking fantastic. Modern contemporary look, it is a great hotel near both the city and famous St Kilda beach. 
Citigate Melbourne Citigate Melbourne Hotel
Located in the heart of Melbourne and close to the Central Business District, major sporting and shopping venues. The hotel is directly opposite Flinders Street Station. The location allows you to experience all that Melbourne has to offer within a short walking distance, such as entertainment, sports, shopping, and the central business district. Excellent location. Melbourne's Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 minutes drive. 
The Swanston Hotel Melbourne The Swanston Hotel Melbourne Grand Mercure
The best location in town!! Located on Swanston Street in the very heart of the city of Melbourne, near all the shopping, nightclubs, restaurant, theatres and Chinatown. Day Tour Coaches depart from across the road. Previously known as the Grand Mercure Swanston hotel. From 01 Jan 08 hotel becomes totally non-smoking. 
Holiday Inn Melbourne on Flinders Holiday Inn on Flinders Hotel
This boutique style property is centrally located near the financial district on the corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets, a few minutes walk to Southbank, Crown Casino and the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. It is 100 metres to Southern Cross Train Station and bus depot for airport shuttle. The main shopping area is also within easy walking distance. Melbourne Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
Crowne Plaza Melbourne Hotel Crown Plaza Melbourne Hotel
The hotel is located next to the Melbourne Convention Centre facing the Yarra River and just 5 minutes' walk from the city centre. Across the road from Crown Casino and the Southbank entertainment precinct only a few minutes' walk away. 
Crown Promenade Hotel Crown Promenade Hotel
Situated on the Southbank of Melbourne, directly linked to the Crown Entertainment Complex. Melbourne Exhibition Centres is only a few minutes away. 
Crown Metropol Hotel Crown Metropol Hotel
Crown Metropol is the newest Melbourne property opening in April 2010. This large hotel is positioned in the heart of Melbourne vibrant Southbank entertainment precinct. Situated directly opposite the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Conveniently located within walking distance of the cosmopolitan Central Business District, Federation Square, the city's famous art galleries, theatres and only minutes walk to Melbourne's iconic shopping destinations. Melbourne's Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 minutes drive. 
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins Hotel Sofitel Melbourne On Collins Hotel
The Sofitel is located at one end of Collins Street and has an excellent location in the heart of the Central Business District, surrounded by historic buildings and shops. Walking distance from all attractions. 
The Langham The Langham Melbourne Hotel
The hotel overlooks Melbourne Central Business District and lies across the Yarra River in the heart of the Southgate complex which is full of shops and cafe's. Close to the Arts Centre and National Gallery. Hotel is walking distance to the city centre. Great location and easy walking distance from Melbourne popular landmark such as Federation Square and the National Art Gallery. Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
Crown Towers Hotel Crown Towers Hotel
One of the best equipped, 5 star hotels in Melbourne. Overlooking the Yarra River, this hotel is part of Southbank Entertainment Complex which includes a casino, cinemas, shops, and restaurants. It is situated across the river from the city, a mere ten-minute walk across the bridge. great location and only minutes walk to the CBD and most popular and sporting venues. Melbourne's Tullamarine airport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive. 
InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto Hotel Intercontinental Melbourne The Rialto Hotel
This luxury heritage listed new property is located in downtown Melbourne on famous Collins street within walking distance of most popular venues including shopping district, theatres, galleries and restaurants. It is situated right next to the Rialto Towers which offers breathtaking views of the city (additional cost). Tullamarine airport is approximately 20 kms or 30 to 40 minutes drive from the hotel. 

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