Due to coronavirus, events may be cancelled at short notice and businesses may temporarily close. Check with the venue before attending. More information on coronavirus.
Target Centre Melbourne has more than 15 stores with all of your daily conveniences covered.
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
A picturesque haven for recreation and a key botanical resource for research and conservation.
Shrine of Remembrance
The national war memorial of Victoria, honouring all Australians who have served their country.
RMIT Design Hub
A research, archive, exhibition and studio space of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
Contemporary theatre in Southbank presenting inventive theatrical performances.
Melbourne and Olympic Parks
The Melbourne and Olympic Park precinct hosts around 600 events annually.
Queen Victoria Market Visitor Hub
Trusted local advice on how to explore the market and beyond.
Some of our visitor centres are currently closed to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Rod Laver Arena
The centrepiece of the Australian Open each January, the venue is also a popular concert arena.
Historic arcade with boutique stores, connecting Collins Street and Flinders Lane.
Old Treasury Building
The Old Treasury Building was built to house the gold bullion discovered during the 1850s gold rush.
La Trobe's Cottage
Original home of Victoria's first governor Charles Joseph La Trobe from 1839 to 1854.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Huge riverside complex of two buildings hosting events, expos, and trade shows throughout the year.
A beloved Melbourne landmark, the Windsor is Australia's only surviving grand Victorian city hotel.
St Paul's Cathedral
This prominent and historic Anglican cathedral is a Melbourne landmark.
The Johnston Collection
House-museum showing fine and decorative arts from the Georgian, Regency and Louis XV periods.
A multi-purpose stadium in the heart of Melbourne's Docklands precinct.
Trin Warren Tam-boore
An urban wetland over five hectares on the edge of Royal Park.