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Comedy Theatre

The historic Comedy Theatre hosts musicals, drama and yes, comedies.

The Walk Arcade

Walk the Walk Arcade to find unique jewellery, gifts, accessories, homewares and more.


Movie theatre with recliner seats and surround-sound in every cinema.

Designed for Livin

Family-run health and fitness studio running Taekwondo and self-defence classes.

Cruise ship arrivals

When arriving by ship, local experts are on hand to help you make the most of your visit.

Trades Hall

Home of the Victorian trade union movement and a vibrant arts and theatre venue.


A contemporary art gallery on the city fringe with a focus on solo exhibitions.


Iconic domed-roofed rectangular stadium for concerts, soccer and rugby.

Melbourne music walk

Discover Melbourne’s music highlights, from music venues to busking hot spots and historic sites.

206 Bourke Street

A gateway to the Chinatown district and a unique retail and dining destination.

Flinders Street Railway Station

Iconic domed railway and metro hub, opened in 1910, with a yellow facade and an arched entrance.

Hidden Secrets Tours

Venture down laneways and discover the hidden charm of Melbourne on a walking tours of the city.

Melbourne Zoo

Journey through a world of wildlife in the heart of Melbourne.

Escape Hunt Melbourne

Escape room experience offering four different adventures, suitable for two to five players.

St Michael's Uniting Church

Notable for its striking architecture, progressive outlook and wellbeing programs.

Parkville Tennis Club

Small, friendly tennis club on Royal Parade with three synthetic clay courts available for hire.

Melbourne Water Taxis

Limousine-style service with pick-up and drop-off points along the Yarra River.

North Melbourne Recreation Centre

North Melbourne Recreation Centre is an aquatic and recreation centre for all sporting levels.

Kings Artist-Run Initiative

Space for contemporary art practice and gallery showcasing experimental projects.

Lygon Street Italian precinct

Stroll along leafy Lygon Street in Carlton and discover where Melbourne's cafe culture was born.