Melbourne Main Attractions
The most liveable city in the world has a lot to offer – from its
pristine beaches and world-class wildlife to designer fashion boutiques
and captivating museums. We show you the main attractions in Melbourne
that should go straight to the top of your “Must See” visitor’s
Melbourne's most amazing attractions
Island Penguin Parade
With the wobbly gate of a drunken sailor, and the charming black and
white attire of a gentlemen’s tuxedo – it’s easy to
see why the Little Penguins have lured millions of international visitors
to Phillip Island.
The social hub of Melbourne is a grand silver building, jutting up into
the sky. Federation Square opened in October 2002 – as one of
Australia’s most ambitious construction projects.
A night out in Melbourne often begins or ends at Crown. Frankly, it's
the city’s hottest entertainment spot, boasting more than a dozen
nightclubs and bars and Melbourne’s gaming heartland.
You can''t visit Melbourne without spending a day at Australia's oldest
zoo. Located deep within leafy Royal Park, the Zoo sprawls over a 22-hectare
area, offering twilight visits with live music over summer.
Don’t leave home without souvenirs for the family. You’ll
find the best of them at the Queen Victoria Market, one of the largest
open air markets in the Southern Hemisphere.
See Australia’s champion horse Phar Lap, the kitchen set from
the hit TV soap Neighbours and learn about local Aboriginal history
Get a whole new view of Melbourne when you scale the heights of the
city’s tallest office building – the Rialto Towers.
Royal Melbourne Show
For children, this is THE event of the school holidays. If you can convince
the adults to go, it is a great treat!