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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.
Melbourne Visitor Booth
Booth in the Bourke Street Mall with information on shopping, attractions and events.
Manchester Unity Building
Iconic Art Deco gothic landmark of Melbourne, housing offices, apartments and retail spaces.
Polly Woodside is a historic museum ship moored at South Wharf.
St Patrick's Cathedral
This historic Catholic cathedral is the largest Gothic Revival building in Victoria.
The Wheeler Centre
This literary centre was founded when Melbourne was named a UNESCO City of Literature.
Melbourne Arena is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue.
Come and explore Cooks' Cottage and learn about its English origins and relocation to Melbourne.
A sculpture park designed by internationally renowned artist Callum Morton.
State Library Victoria
Australia's oldest public library and one of the first free public libraries in the world.
Melbourne Visitor Hub
Stop by the Town Hall for information and help on planning your time in Melbourne.
Southern Cross Station
Major transport hub notable for its distinctive wavy roof.
The Greek Centre
Cultural centre hosting public lectures, exhibitions and musical events.
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)
An art gallery presenting challenging and innovative contemporary work.
Margaret Court Arena
A multi-use arena capable of hosting a wide range of sporting and entertainment events.