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Melbourne Tourism

The mecca of all things trendy and delicious in Australia, Melbourne offers fine dining, great sports and abundant opportunities to enjoy artistic experiences.

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Melbourne is a mix of lively street alleyways, world-class restaurants and charming museums. The locals love coffee, and serve it in abundance in cozy cafes. There's always a lot of excitement here, whether it's the taste that impresses or the fierce sporting competition in the city. Hit sport events, drink cocktails on the rooftop terrace and discover the stories hidden in some of Melbourne's art-filled alleyways.


do not miss

  • Explore Melbourne's hidden laneways and rooftop bars
  • Cheer with fans at Australia's major sporting events
  • Dine at the culinary center


How to reach this place

Getting to Melbourne is easy using international and domestic flights with direct routes to Melbourne Airport from major cities. From the airport, the city center can be reached easily in 30 minutes by taxi or bus.


Useful tips

  • Determine travel times and luggage with this information on seasonal weather in Melbourne.
  • Get to know all the city transportation options with this travel guide.
  • Visit your local visitor information center for details on the area.


MOST POPULAR TOURISM ACTIVITIES AND ATTRACTIONS IN MELBOURNE

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Tread the laneways of Melbourne

Melbourne city center is home to many cobbled laneways that are bustling with unique coffee shops, cafes and shopping boutiques. Start your journey from Flinders Street station, down Degraves Street and explore the city arcades and charming street art around every corner, including graffiti by British artist Banksy. You can head to Collins Street for the alluring Block Arcade, then enjoy a pocket-sized caffeinated drink at Brother Baba Budan or Patricia, both located on Little Bourke Street.


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Enjoy the taste of the best coffee in Melbourne

For Melburnian, coffee is more than just an essential part of their morning routine. Rather, it has become so embedded in the culture that it has evolved into works of art. Home to thousands of cafes and some of the best baristas in the world, you'll never be far from a cup of great single origin coffee. Australian coffee is a "flat white" (similar to a latte), but you'll also find coffees with cold-drip, pour over, siphon techniques, and even green matcha lattes, blue algae lattes, and saffron-infused lattes worth posting on Instagram. You can visit ST. ALi in South Melbourne, Seven Seeds in Carlton, or Industry Beans in Fitzroy to see how serious coffee-making can be.


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Shop like a local

Melbourne is popular for its markets selling a variety of goods, from local produce to arts, crafts and vintage fashions. You can also mingle amid the hustle and bustle of Queen Victoria Markets, the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere. Take a bus from here to South Melbourne Market for dim sim or street-style Mexican food under a historic canopy. On the weekends, shop for handmade pieces by up-and-coming Australian designers at Rose St. Artists' Market in Fitzroy, a short tram ride from the city center.


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Dine at some of Melbourne's famous restaurants

Book ahead to dine at Attica, one of the world's 50 best restaurants and enjoy Ben Shewry's unique tasting menu. Melbourne's laneways are bustling with popular restaurants, such as Tonka, hidden behind Duckboard Place graffiti, and the elegant Flower Drum on Market Lane. For a delicious yet affordable meal, don't miss Hannoi Hannah's delectable Vietnamese street food or the tacos and burritos at Fonda Mexican. The two places quickly filled up.


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Take a sip of coctail at the rooftop bar

Enjoy a drink accompanied by stunning panoramas at one of Melbourne's many rooftop bars. The proliferation of high-altitude bars throughout the city center, as well as the bohemian areas of Fitzroy and Carlton, lets you watch the sun sink while enjoying a drink. The locals' most loved bars include the stunning rooftop terrace at Naked in the Sky in Fitzroy, the Rooftop Bar which also enlivens Curtin House in the city center (which turns into a rooftop cinema in the summer), and the unique Madame Brussels nearby. .


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Learn about the reasons behind Melbourne's crowning as a world sports center

Melbourne is the sports center of Australia and its sports arena is legendary. Join the fun of the Australian Football League at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) from March to September, or international cricket matches from November to February. Choose a track seat in Flemington to take part in the fun of the Melbourne Cup, which takes place on the first Tuesday of November, or get ready to be dazzled by the Australian Grand Prix that turns Albert Park into a high-speed racetrack. Find out more about Melbourne sporting events.


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Indulge your appetite at one of Melbourne's famous bakeries

Take the tram from Bourke Street in the city center to the coastal suburb of St Kilda. Here, you can hike the waterfront to St Kilda Pier, home to a herd of tiny penguins, or ride the roller coaster at historic Luna Park. Next, sample sweets at one of the continental patisseries on Acland Street, such as kugelhopf (circular brioche cake with melted chocolate) at Monarch Cakes or a slice of baked cheesecake at the Europa Cake Shop. If you're in Fitzroy, join the queue for the world's tastiest croissants (worth the wait!) From Lune Croissanterie and sample the latest experimental flavors at the state-of-the-art Lune Lab. For a vegan menu and safe for allergy sufferers, you can visit Mister Nice Guy's Bake Shop, which is not far from the Flemington Race Course.


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Explore Melbourne's vibrant art and culture

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is the oldest gallery in Australia (founded in 1861) as well as a venue for various exhibitions and interesting local and international events, and has a collection of more than 70,000 works. Visit the Australian Center for the Moving Image (ACMI) to immerse yourself in the world of film, television and digital culture. Alternatively, take a taxi to the Heide Museum of Modern Art in Bulleen for an insight into Australian artists. At night, enjoy a show at one of Melbourne's theaters, which feature everything from musicals to comedy and cabaret. Or if you want to catch some live music, stop by the jazz club Bird's Basement in downtown Melbourne which features performances from both local and international musicians. You can also get to know Aboriginal culture in Melbourne through art. Visit the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Culture Center at the Melbourne Museum and the Koorie Heritage Trust which is owned by the Aboriginal community.