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Unlock the magic of Melbourne

Cool, arty and dynamic, Melbourne lies in a bay alongside paradisal wine valleys and national parks. From Phillip Island's penguins to galleries, street art and innovative eateries, there’s lots hidden away in Victoria’s capital. Reveal its secrets with a private guide.

Attractions in Melbourne

State Library
Opened in 1854, the State Library contains two million books and was a key ingredient in Melbourne's winning the title of UNESCO City of Literature.
Block Arcade
A spectacular shopping arcade founded in 1891, comprising some of the city's best preserved architecture.
Shrine of Remembrance
Commemorating Victorians killed in WW1, this memorial's extravagant ziggurat design references several ancient monuments.
Victoria Market
The bustling 'Queen Vic' is the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere, and has been at Melbourne's heart for over a hundred years.
St Kilda
St Kilda is known as Melbourne's seaside playground, and is renowned for its impressive views of Port Phillip.
Federation Square
A hub of eclectic cultural attractions, Federal Square is one of Melbourne's hottest destinations.
Parliament House
The monumental home of the Parliament of Victoria since 1855.
Old Treasury Building
A spectacular example of imposing neo-classical architecture, built to contain the money that came with the Gold Rush.
St Paul's Cathedral
Built on the site of Melbourne's first public Christian service, the Anglican St Paul's Cathedral is an elegant example of Gothic Transitional style.
Cook's Cottage
An 18th century cottage built in a small Yorkshire village for Captain Cook's parents, shipped brick by brick to Australia in 1934.
Seal Rock
As the name might suggest, this rock is home to a colony of fur seals who feed and sunbathe off the southwestern tip of Phillip Island.
The Nobbies
A spectacular headland on the southwestern tip of Phillip Island, the Nobbies feature a dramatic ocean blowhole and incredible coastal views.
Penguin Parade
From the comfort of an amphitheatre, watch the adorable Little Penguins march from the sea to their nests.
Phillip Island Nature Parks
From penguins and seals to mangroves and pioneer farming heritage, explore Victoria's best wildlife and coastal scenery here.
Koala Conservation Centre
Experience unique boardwalk views of these Australian icons in their natural eucalyptus wood habitats.
Bells Beach
High cliffs provide a stark backdrop to a beautiful beach where the world's best surfers carve up the waves.
Twelve Apostles
There may only be eight left today, but these magnificent rocky pillars remain a stunning and dramatic spectacle of the Victorian coast.
Great Otway National Park
The spectacular Otways feature a diverse range of landscapes from rugged coastline to fern-filled forests, and are a haven for wildlife.
Apollo Bay
A lovely seaside village in the foothills of the Otways with fantastic views of the Southern Ocean.
Port Campbell
Colourful Port Campbell is a perfect stop on the Great Ocean Road, just a short drive from the Twelve Apostles.
Loch Ard Gorge
Relive the tale of the two survivors of the wrecked clipper Loch Ard at one of the most famous sites on the Shipwreck Coast.
Coombe - The Melba Estate
A stunning estate that was once the home of Dame Nellie Melba, containing a museum, restaurant and amazing gardens.
Yering Farm
A smaller scale producer with a rustic setting, this vineyard has been active since the 1800s.
De Bortoli Wines
A classic winery of the Yarra Valley, taste an extensive range of regional classics here.
Napoleone Brewery and Ciderhouse
Beer and cider are made and shared at this creative brew space built on the foundations of a 19th century dairy farm.
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