Donkey Wheel House
673 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Purpose built for the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company in 1891, Donkey Wheel House is a superb example of High Victorian Venetian Gothic architecture.
Enterprize Ship Trust
Shed 2 North Wharf Road, Docklands
A timber two-masted, topsail schooner, the Enterprize Tall Ship is a replica of the first vessel that brought British settlers to Melbourne in 1835.
Eureka Skydeck 88
Level 88, 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank
Eureka is perfectly positioned for a complete 360 degree, floor-to-ceiling views encompassing Melbourne's CBD, sports precinct, Docklands and everything in between.
Cnr Flinders and Swanston streets, Melbourne
Federation Square has become the heart and soul of Melbourne. This modern piazza is home to major cultural attractions, world-class events, tourism experiences and an array of restaurants, bars and specialty stores.
428-550 Epsom Road,, Flemington
Flemington is the best-known and oldest continuing metropolitan racecourse in Australia.
Flinders Street Railway Station
207-361 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Before Federation Square took the honours, Flinders Street Station was Melbourne’s favourite meeting place, hence the catchphrase ‘meet me under the clocks’.
150-162 Flinders Street, Melbourne
With its Moorish minarets, night-sky ceiling and Roman statues, the Forum is a magnificent venue for music or film and a longstanding Melbourne landmark.
German Lutheran Trinity Church
22 Parliament Place, East Melbourne
This heritage-listed Lutheran Trinity Church was first built in 1853. It was replaced by the present structure in 1874. The manse (pastor's house) was built in 1890.
The church is built of bluestone with a pitched slate roof.
Government House Drive,, Melbourne
When Government House was completed in 1876, it was called the grandest house in Australia. Built in Italianate style, its tower can be seen for miles.
Government House is next to the Royal Botanic Gardens within the Kings Domain.
280 William Street, Melbourne
The Hellenic Museum is committed to safeguarding the past, celebrating the present and promoting the future of Hellenic artistic and cultural heritage. The museum supports the visual arts, film, music, architecture, history, culture and education.