Tag: Heritage listed

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Treasury Gardens

A tranquil green edge to Melbourne's government buildings precinct.

Trades Hall

Australia’s oldest trades hall building, built in 1859.

Carlton Gardens

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

Young & Jackson

One of Melbourne's oldest hotels, featuring a combination of boutique bar and classic pub.

Forum Melbourne

This theatre with its iconic architecture is one of Melbourne's most popular live band venues.

The Gothic Bank

Considered the finest secular Gothic-Revival building in Australia.

State Library Victoria

Australia's oldest public library and one of the first free public libraries in the world.

Nicholas Building

This historic building is home to an eclectic mix of galleries, boutiques and artists.

The Capitol

An extraordinary refurbished cinema and destination for events, festivals and live performances.

Southbank Library at Boyd

The layout of this public library is more like a bookshop than a traditional library.

Hidden Secrets Tours

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

Flinders Street Railway Station

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

Royal Arcade

Oldest covered shopping walkway in Australia, known for its giant clock that chimes every hour.

The Block Arcade

A lavish 19th century shopping arcade featuring an impressive mosaic floor.

Immigration Museum

An exploration of the stories of people from all over the world who have migrated to Australia.

St Patrick's Cathedral

This historic Catholic cathedral is the largest Gothic Revival building in Victoria.

Government House

Official residence of the Governor of Victoria.

State Theatre

Part of Arts Centre Melbourne, the State Theatre has one of the largest stages in the world.

St Paul's Cathedral

This prominent and historic Anglican cathedral is a Melbourne landmark.