Tag: Landmark

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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.

Parliament Gardens Reserve

This small triangular park is a pleasant respite at the Spring Street end of town.

Yarra Park

Public parkland surrounding Australia's sporting mecca, the MCG.

Emporium Melbourne

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.

The Capitol

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

Treasury Gardens

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

Docklands

Discover Melbourne's spectacular harbour at Docklands, just minutes from the city centre.​

Federation Square

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.

Conservatory

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

Collins Square

A food and lifestyle destination at the Docklands end of Collins Street.

Southgate

Restaurant and shopping precinct located by the Yarra River in the heart of Southbank.

Batman Park

Planted with eucalypts, this inner-city park sits on the site of former rail yard.

Fruition

A distinctive artwork by Matthew Harding, at the gateway to Royal Park.

Nicholas Building

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

Mission to Seafarers

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

Classic icons and architecture walk

Take a walk through Melbourne's classic icons and architecture.