Tag: Historic

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9 stunning old photos of Melbourne icons

Go back in time and see the city as it once was.

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria

A picturesque haven for recreation and a key botanical resource for research and conservation.

Twelve stunning gardens close to the Melbourne CBD

Within 10km? Take your daily exercise in one of the city's best gardens.

Flemington Racecourse

Home of the Melbourne Cup horseracing carnival.

Melbourne Institute of Technology

Melbourne Institute of Technology is located in the heritage listed Argus Building.

Trades Hall

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

St Michael's Uniting Church

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

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

The largest stadium in the southern hemisphere and arguably Australia's sporting mecca.

Iconic laneways and arcades walk

Take a walk through Melbourne’s arcades and laneways.

Mission to Seafarers

Melbourne's maritime history is on display in this heritage-listed building.

Six old Melbourne photos we love

Do the time warp and take a proper gander at these ye olde snaps of Melbourne.

Hidden gems to visit in Docklands

From secret wine bars to amazing art galleries, Docklands offers more than meets the eye.

Campbell Arcade

An underground shopping precinct dating from 1956 with an eclectic range of shops.

Donkey Wheel House

A superb example of Venetian Gothic architecture with a cafe on the ground floor.

State Library Victoria

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

Five free must-do Melbourne walks

It’s time to get out and about in the city. Have a wander with these free guides.

The Conservatory

An indoor world of floral beauty with displays that change five times each year.

11 Melbourne places you've never visited

Secret shops, glowing laneways and even a shrine to Elvis.

Old Treasury Building

Built during the gold rush, this heritage icon is now a museum of Melbourne history.