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Melbourne Vacations

The top sights, highlights, tours & travel itinaries curated by our Travel Experts.

    1. Destinations
    2. Oceania
    3. Australia
    4. Melbourne

    Travel to Melbourne on Vacation

    A mushroom cloud of individuality coupled with an endless number of hotspots has inked Melbourne in the must-experience history books. Allow sleek cultural happenings, cobbled laneways, striking cityscapes, and innovative design to allure in this pulsing metropolis of creativity and multiculturalism. With enough cafés to host an international convention, heritage architecture, and a never-ending supply of art galleries, this open-armed city will give you a real cultural fix.

    1. Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, Australia.

      1. Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria

    2. A laneway in Melbourne with restaurants and bars.

      2. Laneways Tour

    3. Eureka Skydeck 88 viewing platform in Melbourne, Australia.

      3. Eureka Skydeck 88

    4. View at the Yarra River and Melbourne skyline, Australia.

      4. Yarra River

    5. Sandy passage to St. Kilda Beach in Melbourne, Australia.

      5. St. Kilda Beach

    6. Flinders Street Station

      6. Flinders Street Station

    7. View at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Australia.

      7. Melbourne Cricket Ground

    8. A couple watching sea life at Melbourne Sea Life Aquarium.

      8. Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

    Things to Do in Melbourne

    1. Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria

    On the southern shores of Yarra River are the Royal Botanic Gardens—89 acres of leafy plants and pop up pools of water that feed irreplaceable species that are today protected. Education is also a central theme, with a belief that life can be sustained through plant life. With over 8,500 individual species and firm favorite tours such as the Aboriginal Heritage Walk, it’s a no-brainer why these gardens are so popular.

    2. Laneways Tour

    Explore these colorful, pedestrianized cobblestone streets to see the artistic side of Melbourne. The Laneways offer urban art and hip-vibes. Each lane has a life of its own and contains a trove of jazzing bars, cafes, and funky retailers. Laneway Tours present an opportunity to get to the heart of this full-blooded cultural place of happenings.

    3. Eureka Skydeck 88

    Look up to see one of Melbourne’s edgier attractions, Eureka Skydeck 88. Hanging 1,000 feet above the city, enter The Edge, a glass cube that exits the building as you stand on its encased surface provides panoramic views of the city.

    4. Yarra River

    The heart of Melbourne, the river is the focus for numerous, outstanding events including the famous Moomba festival, the Melbourne Festival, several rowing regattas, as well as Dragon Boat Festivals. Board one of the many river boats to get a special view of Melbourne and to easily visit attractions such as Melbourne Olympic Park, the Royal Botanical Gardens and Herring Island Park. Alternatively, simply relax along the riverfront, or enjoy the many trails and pathways catering for cyclists, walkers and joggers.

    5. St. Kilda Beach

    A beachside playground with a palm-lined boardwalk, St. Kilda Beach offers everything from stylish steakhouses to lively cocktail bars. As well as providing a great nightlife scene, there are plenty of sunshine activities up for grabs. This neighborhood is Melbourne’s best-known, and it has a charm and hipster feel unlike any other.

    6. Flinders Street Station

    Completed in 1909, Flinders Street Station is a cultural icon of Melbourne. The art nouveau style, with its prominent dome, arched entrance, tower, and clocks is one of the city's most recognisable landmarks. The local saying, "I'll meet you under the clocks" refers to the row of clocks above the main entrance. Guided tours of the breathtakingly beautiful, disused, ballroom of the station are highly recommended.

    7. Melbourne Cricket Ground and National Sports Museum

    Visit one of the most famous stadiums in Australia: the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The history of the stadium dates back to 1853; the interactive and integrated National Sports Museum is rich with well-presented sporting history. Take some time to learn about Australia’s love affair with sports such as cricket and Ozzy rules football.

    8. Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

    Enjoy an interactive ocean adventure by the waters of Yarra River. State-of-the-art displays give this aquarium a modern touch, making it engaging for people of all ages. Enter an underwater exhibit and be blown sideways by themed zones that bring you closer to sharks, penguins, and the setting of shipwrecked explorers on the search for lost treasures. Less

    Visit Melbourne on These Tours

    1. Discover the Twelve Apostles mountain range on the Great Ocean Road during a Victoria tour




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    Other Places to Visit During Your Tour

    1. See Darwin and its waterfront at sunset on a Darwin vacation


    2. Oceania, Australia, city lights of the Perth skyline and harbor in the late evening.


    3. Oceania, Australia, Cairns seen from above surrounded by water and mountains in the background.


    4. Oceania, Australia, the city lights of the Brisbane skyline glowing in the late evening.


    5. Visit the beautiful city of Sydney, pictured here by the water, on a Sydney vacation


    6. Oceania, Australia, a fountain with the Adelaide skyline in the background with blue skies.