Tag: Landmark

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Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market provides an authentic shopping experience right in the heart of the city.

Hellenic Museum

Encouraging an appreciation of Greece’s cultural legacy in Melbourne.

Flemington Racecourse

Home of the Melbourne Cup horseracing carnival.

The Paramount Corporate Centre

Three-level retail centre in Chinatown with a licensed food court.

Melbourne Institute of Technology

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

Collins234

Boutique retail space for fashion, accessories, beauty and books.

Attractions and sights

Explore Melbourne's attractions, from laneways and street art to lush parks and grand galleries.

The Walk Arcade

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

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.

AAMI Park

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

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.

Melbourne Zoo

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

St Michael's Uniting Church

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

Lygon Street Italian precinct

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

Immigration Museum

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

Kings Domain

Extensive gardens home to many significant Melbourne landmarks.

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

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

Laneways and arcades

The city's famous laneways are buzzing with street art, cafes, bars and boutiques.