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Its Australia's second largest city. The city is famous for its rich multicultural heritage, art galleries & museums, top-class restaurants, and designer clothing boutiques. It's also viewed as the spiritual home of Australian sports events, and many international corporate meetings and conferences in Melbourne coincide with the Australian Open Tennis or the Formula One Grand Prix.

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Things to do & see in Melbourne

  • Melbourne Aquarium - walk through clear tubes, surrounded by 7 meters of water for the ultimate underwater experience.
  • Melbourne Museum - The Museum site includes a spectacular IMAX Theatre and the adjacent Royal Exhibition Building.
  • Melbourne Zoo - Exhibits more than 350 animal species from around the world.
  • Melbourne River Cruises - Discover Melbourne on an award-winning sightseeing cruise along the Yarra.
Melbourne Cricket Ground

Home of the Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum.

Melbourne Excursion
Yarra Valley

Just an hour's drive east of Melbourne lies the Yarra Valley, home to numerous wineries with many nationally and internationally award-winning wines. You may choose to float effortlessly over one of Australia's best food and wine regions - just book a hot air balloon flight then land at a winery for a champagne breakfast. Nearby are the quiet forest walks, restaurants and crafts shops.


Only an hour's easy drive from Melbourne city, the Mornington Peninsula is a relaxing day tour with gently rolling hills, bay and ocean beaches, rugged surf and spectacular coastal scenery.

Philip Island

Located an easy two hour drive from (or 140 kilometres south-east of) Melbourne, It is one of Victoria's most famous natural attractions and home to colonies of Little Penguins which come ashore each night after a hard day at sea.