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Street art

Melbourne laneways are filled street art murals, stencils, paste-ups and mixed media.

Walks and itineraries

These walks and itineraries will help you discover Melbourne's best sights and attractions.

Aboriginal Melbourne

Find out more about Aboriginal culture through Melbourne's galleries and museums.

Docklands Park

Kid-friendly park with walking trails and barbecue facilities.

Her Majesty's Theatre

This heritage-listed theatre has provided entertainment for Melbourne since 1886.

RMIT Gallery

Exhibiting Australian and international design, architecture and technology.

Arts House

Contemporary arts space presenting performance and interactive works.

Queen Victoria Women's Centre

An iconic Melbourne landmark and centre for the advancement of women.

The Fox Darkroom & Gallery

Gallery showcasing photography through regular exhibitions and workshops.

Medical History Museum

A free museum focusing on medicine's contribution to scientific discovery and community wellbeing.

Carlton Gardens

A World Heritage Site known for its Victorian fountain and tree-lined avenues.

State Netball and Hockey Centre

Victoria’s leading netball and hockey facility.

Kino Cinema

Boutique cinema within Collins Place showing art house, independent and mainstream films.

Old Melbourne Gaol

Visit Melbourne’s oldest prison, where most of Australia’s infamous characters spent time.

MCG Tours

Take a guided tour of the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

BLINDSIDE Gallery

An independent contemporary art gallery located in the historic Nicholas Building.

fortyfivedownstairs

A not-for-profit arts space with two galleries and a theatre.

Original and Authentic Aboriginal Art

Fine Aboriginal art from the Central Western Desert, the Kimberley and Arnhemland.

Enterprize Park

A park beside the Yarra River commemorating the landing of the first settlers.

Trin Warren Tam-boore

An urban wetland over five hectares on the edge of Royal Park.