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The wonderful city of Melbourne offers history, character, charm and style. Combining this with the laid back lifestyle of the cafe set and the opportunities for those keen to indulge in their passion for shopping, Melbourne has many other attractions for the both the first time visitor and those coming back again and again.

Following are a suggest list of attractions. Also take the time to check out the events and tours listing.

Melbourne Attractions

The Arts Centre
• Located in Southbank’s Southgate Arts and Leisure Precinct, The Arts Centre comprises the Theatres Building and Hamer Hall (formerly the Melbourne Concert Hall). Check the website to find out what’s on now.

The Arts Centre is the flagship of the performing arts in Victoria and the focal point of Melbourne’s cultural precinct. A place to experience the diversity of arts and entertainment available throughout the year.
Australian Racing Museum
• Ph: 1300 139 407 • Email: online form
• “Champions” Australian Racing Museum and Hall of Frame is more than a museum, with a new and innovative cultural and entertainment complex spanning three levels of Federation Square. Appealing to sports fans and racing enthusiasts alike.
CERES - Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies
• Cnr Roberts and Stewart Sts, BRUNSWICK EAST VIC 3057 • Ph: 03 9387 2609 (Visitor Centre)
• Award winning, not-for-profit, environment and education centre and urban farm located by the Merri Creek in East Brunswick, Melbourne. See their website for opening hours, farm and food, market and shop, permaculture nursery, restaurant and cafe, green technology and much more.
Chinatown Melbourne
• The discovery of gold in 1851, attracted Chinese immigration on a large scale to Victoria. Ships sailed to Australia from Hong Kong with the cargo of men, who had come in search of the ‘New Gold Mountain’. The purchase of land in Little Bourke Street by Chinese district associations, saw the establishment of what would become the modern day Melbourne’s ‘Chinatown’, the longest continuous Chinese settlement in the world. Today, Chinatown predominantly extends along Little Bourke Street, between Swanston Street and Spring Street. Visit this site to read the history. Follow the History link to take the Chinatown Heritage Walk.
Cooks’ Cottage
• Fitzroy Gardens, EAST MELBOURNE VIC • Ph: 03 9419 4677
• Built in 1755 by James and Grace Cook, parents of Captain James Cook. Originally located in Great Ayton, England, the cottage was dismantled brick by brick and transported to Melbourne in 1933.
Federation SquareFederation Square
• Level 3, 172 Flinders St, MELBOURNE VIC 3000
• Ph: 03 9639 2800 • Fax: 03 9663 3652 • Email
• A complete inner city block that physically connect the Central Business District with the Yarra River. Situated in the heart of central Melbourne, Federation Square offers a fusion of arts and events, leisure, hospitality and promenading.
Lygon Street
• Lygon Street is located in the inner northern part of Melbourne and runs through the suburbs of Carlton, Carlton North, Princes Hill and Brunswick East. Synonymous with Italian restaurants and cafes, it is often referred to as ‘little Italy’ and is host to the popular ‘Lygon Street Festa’ in late October.
Melbourne Aquarium
• Cnr Queens Wharf Rd & King St, MELBOURNE VIC 3000 • Ph: 03 9620 0999 (Information Line)
• A interactive and involving journey through the Southern Ocean. 2 levels above ground and 2 levels below the surface of the Yarra River.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
• People from all over Australia, and indeed all over the world, speak reverently about the MCG, a ground that is as well known as any other and will no doubt further enhance its reputation when it hosts the 2006 Commonwealth Games. Victorian sports fans can recount ample examples of games and events they have been part of at the ground, and it has a world-class reputation as a leading multi-purpose stadium.

Melbourne Cup
• It's the race that stops a nation, people from all around Australia stop for the spring carnival. They engage in betting on the Australia spring carnival and it is also a huge part in the Australian racing history. Held at the Flemington race track in Melbourne and organised by the VRC the Melbourne Cup is definitely a horse racing bookies dream.


Melbourne Museum
• 11 Nicholson St, Carlton Gardens, CARLTON MELBOURNE VIC • Ph: 13 11 02
• Located next to the Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens. Explore a rain forest, see Phar Lap, touch a dinosaur bone, walk onto a set of the TV show Neighbours. This museum include permanent and touring exhibitions, dynamic performances and events, cafes, IMAX Theatre, and gift shop.
Melbourne Observation Deck
• 525 Collins St, Melbourne • Ph: 03 9629 8222
• Located 253 metres above the city on the 55th floor of the Rialto Towers, with 360 degree views from internal and external viewing areas. The tallest office building in the Southern Hemisphere.
Melbourne River Cruises LogoMelbourne River Cruises
• The largest and most experienced river cruise operator in Melbourne. As multi award winning industry leaders, we aim to create international service systems to provide entertainment, recreation, culture and social exchange for local, interstate and international individuals and groups.
The Royal Melbourne Zoological GardensThe Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens
• Elliott Avenue, PARKVILLE VIC 3052
• Ph: +61 3 9285 9300 • Fax: +61 3 9285 9350 • Email
• Follow the Melbourne Zoo link. Just 4 km from the city centre, and with over 350 wildlife species in naturalistic settings. During summer months, the zoo remains open on selected evenings until 9:30pm.
National Gallery of Victoria
• PO Box 7259, MELBOURNE VIC 8004 • Ph: +61 3 9208 0222 • Fax: +61 3 9208 0245
• Since 1861 this gallery houses one of the largest, most sophisticated art collections in Australia.  Email

• The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square
• A comprehensive collection of Australian art, comprising over 20,000 items of indigenous and non-indigenous art covering a wide range of media and time periods.

• NGV International on St Kilda Road
• Includes magnificent spaces for temporary exhibitions and improved storage facilities for the artworks.
National Institue of Circus ArtsNational Institute of Circus Arts
• 144 High St, PRAHRAN VIC 3181 • Ph: 03 9214 6975 • Email
• Check their website to view their current shows.
Prahran Market
• 163 Commercial Rd, SOUTH YARRA VIC 3141
• Prahran Market is Australia's oldest continuously running market.
Scienceworks Museum & the Melbourne Planetarium
• 2 Booker St, Spotswood (Just over the Westgate Bridge), MELBOURNE VIC 3000 • Ph: 03 9392 4800
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Pet Friendly and Off Leash Areas
• To find out about pet friendly parks and off leash areas, check the local council site for information. There are off - leash dog parks in Port Melbourne - Dog Parks & Reserves - City of Port Phillip Council.
 
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Dog Walkers Melbourne & Pet Sitters: Williamstown
• 9 Effingham Rd, NEWPORT VIC 3015 • Mobile: 0402 262 875 • Email
• DWM provides Professional (registered, insured, first aid) Dog walking, dog/cat minding services in: Williamstown, Newport and inner west Melbourne suburbs. Get your pet healthy while at work or on holiday! Or just visit for great original dog trend articles!
 
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