Melbourne is a city full of culture and unique habits, with strong arts taste and becomes the center of some of the best food and music in Australia. This city offers many interesting destinations and easy accessible. Start your journey in Melbourne by visiting Eureka Skydeck, feel the magnificent experience of overlooking the highest skycraper in this city. Continue your trip by visiting The Shrine of Remembrance that can be reached by walking from the free service of City Circle Tram. Looking to find some interesting adventure in the city? Try Hot Air Balloon! You can see the whole view of Melbourne from up there; Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Rod Laver Arena, Flemington Raceway, Albert Park Racetrack and many other places. Melbourne is also the centre of old architecture buildings and structures such as the St. Paul’s Cathedral and Flinder’s Street Station.
Flinder’s Street Station
credit: Robert Blackburn
Melbourne has hidden laneways which you will be amazed with interesting discoveries! From old-fashioned café culture to vibrant street art, you'll find lots of surprises in the Melbourne's secret laneway heart. For shopping, don’t forget to stop by at Queen Victoria Market.
Market Lane, Queen Victoria Market (Credits: BlackCoffeeOnly)
credit: Visit Victoria
One of the most popular natural attraction outside Melbourne is Phillip Island. What is interesting there? Penguins! During your visit to Phillip Island, stop by at Koala Conservation Centre where you can see cute koalas from close range. If you enjoy great scenic views and self-drive activities, take a ride through nature on the spectacular Great Ocean Road , which winds alongside the wild and windswept Southern Ocean. Alongside, you will get to see the world-famous Twelve Apostles.
Twelve Apostles, Great Ocean Road, Victoria (credits: Tourism Australia)
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