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Landmarks & notable buildings
Melbourne's sensational cityscape is dotted with interesting architecture, including statuesque Art Deco buildings, neoclassical facades and contemporary towers.
Princess Theatre - Theatres - MELBOURNE

Princess Theatre

163-181 Spring Street, Melbourne
The flamboyantly designed Princess Theatre first opened in 1857 and was remodelled in 1886. The theatre is haunted by a friendly ghost, Federici.
Queen Victoria Market - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Queen Victoria Market

Cnr Elizabeth and Victoria streets, Melbourne
Queen Victoria Market provides an authentic shopping experience right in the heart of the city. Listed as a National Heritage building, the market is home to hundreds of small businesses and is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere.
Queen Victoria Women's Centre - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Queen Victoria Women's Centre

210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre is an iconic Melbourne landmark that testifies to the enduring contribution of women’s enterprise to Victoria’s social, economic and cultural heritage.
Queensbridge Square - Parks & gardens - SOUTHBANK

Queensbridge Square

1A Queensbridge Street, Southbank
Queensbridge Square is a pedestrian plaza beside the Yarra River, featuring the postmodern Red Stair amphitheatre and riverside landscaped garden beds.
RMIT Design Hub - Galleries - CARLTON

RMIT Design Hub

Building 100, Cnr Victoria and Swanston Streets, Carlton
The RMIT Design Hub accommodates the Design Research Institute as well as archive, exhibition and studio spaces. The building was designed to provide a collaborative space across a number of disciplines including design and engineering.
RMIT Gallery - Galleries - MELBOURNE

RMIT Gallery

Gallery 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Melbourne’s most vibrant art and design space, RMIT Gallery presents the city’s broadest exhibition program, exploring all aspects of visual culture.
Royal Arcade - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Royal Arcade

331-339 Bourke Street, Melbourne
The Royal Arcade has provided an undercover shopping link between Melbourne's Bourke Street Mall, Little Collins Street and Elizabeth Street since 1869.
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria - Parks & gardens - MELBOURNE

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria

Birdwood Avenue, Melbourne
The Royal Botanic Gardens are a picturesque haven for recreation and an important resource for education, conservation, science and horticulture.
Royal Exhibition Building - Museums & libraries - CARLTON

Royal Exhibition Building

9 Nicholson Street, Carlton
The grand Royal Exhibition Building is the world's only surviving Great Hall, constructed as an exhibition space and still used for that purpose.
Royal Society of Victoria - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Royal Society of Victoria

8 Latrobe Street, Melbourne
The Royal Society of Victoria has been part of Melbourne’s intellectual life since 1854. The Society provides a dynamic program of lectures, symposia and forums about science.

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