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.
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.
Fitzroy Gardens Visitor Centre
Stop by for free information on the heritage-listed gardens and surrounding attractions.
Trin Warren Tam-boore
An urban wetland over five hectares on the edge of Royal Park.
A great place for birdwatching, a casual picnic or an escape from the city.
Art Deco building housing retail, services and dining facilities, plus office accommodation.
Melbourne Recital Centre
Combining cutting-edge architecture and acoustic innovation with a unique focus on music.
German Lutheran Trinity Church
Heritage-listed Lutheran Trinity Church dates from 1853, with the present structure built in 1874.
Old Melbourne Gaol
Visit Melbourne’s oldest prison, where most of Australia’s infamous characters spent time.
This historic ground is the training base of the Carlton Football Club.
A pedestrian plaza and green space connecting Southgate and Flinders Street Station.
The highest public observation deck in the Southern Hemisphere and a popular Melbourne attraction.
The Gothic Bank
Considered the finest secular Gothic-Revival building in Australia.
Large shopping, dining, and entertainment complex with its own underground train station.
A visitor's guide to Queen Victoria Market
Plan your day at Melbourne's most beloved open-air market.
A six-storey 1920s building with an eclectic mix of shops, dining and entertainment.
Luxury riverside complex for dining, shopping and entertainment.