While restrictions in Melbourne have eased, some events and businesses may still be impacted. Please check before attending and follow directions from the Victorian Government.
Flinders Street Railway Station
Iconic domed railway and metro hub, opened in 1910, with a yellow facade and an arched entrance.
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.
Get advice and recommendations at one of the four visitor centres in the city.
Lygon Street Italian precinct
Stroll along leafy Lygon Street in Carlton and discover where Melbourne's cafe culture was born.
An exploration of the stories of people from all over the world who have migrated to Australia.
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.
Parliament Gardens Reserve
This small triangular park is a pleasant respite at the Spring Street end of town.
An upscale shopping centre offering a variety of designer stores, cafes and restaurants.
Royal Exhibition Building
World Heritage-listed and the oldest surviving Great Hall of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
An extraordinary refurbished cinema and destination for events, festivals and live performances.
A tranquil green edge to Melbourne's government buildings precinct.
Discover Melbourne's spectacular harbour at Docklands, just minutes from the city centre.
Melbourne's public square and meeting place, opposite Flinders Street Station.
University of Melbourne
The oldest university in Victoria, with landscaped gardens and interesting architecture.
An indoor world of floral beauty with displays that change five times each year.