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Landmarks & notable buildings

Landmarks & notable buildings
Melbourne's sensational cityscape is dotted with interesting architecture, including statuesque Art Deco buildings, neoclassical facades and contemporary towers.
Melbourne Showgrounds - Sports & entertainment venues - FLEMINGTON

Melbourne Showgrounds

276-318 Epsom Road, Flemington
Melbourne Showgrounds is best known for hosting the Royal Melbourne Show each spring, but it’s also the venue for shows and festivals throughout the year.
Melbourne Star Observation Wheel - Landmarks & notable buildings - DOCKLANDS

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

101 Waterfront Way, Docklands
Take a flight of discovery through the Melbourne skies and see the city from a different perspective on the Melbourne Star. Every night from dusk, the Star lights up the Melbourne skyline with a spectacular lighting display.
Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC) - Theatres - SOUTHBANK

Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC)

140 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank
Founded in 1953, the Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC) is Australia’s oldest professional theatre company, producing up to 12 plays in a subscription season.
Melbourne Town Hall - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Melbourne Town Hall

90-130 Swanston Street,, Melbourne
Completed in 1870, the Melbourne Town Hall is at the heart of the city’s cultural and civic activity, hosting theatre, weddings, receptions and exhibitions.
Mission to Seafarers - Landmarks & notable buildings - DOCKLANDS

Mission to Seafarers

717 Flinders Street, Docklands
The Mission to Seafarers celebrates 100 years of service in the heritage-listed building at 717 Flinders Street, Docklands.
NewQuay - Landmarks & notable buildings - DOCKLANDS

NewQuay

2 Glenti Place, Docklands
NewQuay’s bustling promenade has revitalised the western end of Melbourne’s CBD, lined with restaurants, bars, shops, a marina and inspiring public art.
Nicholas Building - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Nicholas Building

37 Swanston Street, Melbourne
The historic Nicholas Building is a creative hub in the heart of Melbourne. It is host to an eclectic selection of small business and attractions; including a number of galleries, jewellers, boutiques and retail stores.
Old Melbourne Gaol - Kids - MELBOURNE

Old Melbourne Gaol

377 Russell Street, Melbourne
Visit Melbourne’s oldest prison, where most of Australia’s infamous characters, including bushranger Ned Kelly and gangster Squizzy Taylor, spent time. Enter the original gaol to see the execution area and Ned Kelly's death mask.
Old Treasury Building - Museums & libraries - EAST MELBOURNE

Old Treasury Building

20-70 Spring Street, East Melbourne
Designed by 19-year-old architect JJ Clark, the Old Treasury Building was built to house the gold bullion discovered during Victoria’s 1850s gold rush.
Polly Woodside - Melbourne's Tall Ship Story - Landmarks & notable buildings - SOUTH WHARF

Polly Woodside - Melbourne's Tall Ship Story

2A Clarendon Street,, , South Wharf
Polly Woodside is a historic museum ship moored at South Wharf, a tangible reminder of Australia's rich maritime heritage. Launched in 1885 in Belfast, the Polly Woodside made 17 trips around the world and operated between Australia and New Zealand.

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