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#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Fitzroy
We tried the Lost Tomb room which had amazing theming (literally completely filled with sand!) and challenging, unique puzzles which really immersed you in the experience.
It requires lots of focus and teamwork but is also heaps of fun - it really makes you think in different ways!

Shrine of Remembrance

Melbourne 1.1 mi away
#1 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
The sheer beauty, the Shrine leaves visitors in Awe. Bruce Ruxton, the late President of the Victorian RSL, always spoke wonderfully of the achievement of the great architects who designed this magnificent structure.
Was surprised how big it was, what you see on top is also what is below, lovely museum full of detail about all the campaigns that the Anzac have fought, great views from the top , well worth a visit whilst in mel...
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Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

Melbourne 1.1 mi away
#2 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
We took in the MCG stadium tour and Sports museum... the tour was very relaxed and extremely informative... Rosie our guide was excellent (great personality) The Museum was great and quite interactive
Beautiful ground and some wonderful cricket history , a stunning arena but for me the highlight is the huge amount of historical photos and memorabilia - from Bradman related items to the statue of Dennis Lillee ,...
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Block Arcade

Melbourne 0.2 mi away
#3 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
There are so many wonderful alleyways and arcades in Melbourne but this is the best - beautiful architecture and craftsmanship, it has everything from sheer beauty to shops, cafes , music stores - a little of ever...
Melbourne unique vintage old yesteryear charming arcade interesting shops cafes especially tea salon have o que but vanilla slice an scones decor die for little crowded but trip bygone days always fab parade from...
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Fitzroy Gardens

Melbourne 1.0 mi away
#4 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Beautiful gardens in the heart of the city & great to meander through, so many vantage points including James Cooks house and close to the war memorial so easy to see more than attraction in close proximity, it’s...
These gardens are perfect if you crave peace and quiet, you can wander the paths amongst beautifully tended beds or lie on the grass but there's also Captain Cooks cottage, the fairy tree and model village and the...
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Myuna Farm

Doveton
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Doveton
It’s Unpretentious with wonderful staff and heaps of opportunities for kids (and adults) to handle animals, get up close, feed animals and plenty of sessions to watch too.
... Myuna.It is a fabulous place to go parking plentiful and the train rides good value ( hint buy these and tickets for pony rides on entry ) and pony rides just enough to give the children a feel of the activity.

Rod Laver Arena

Melbourne 0.9 mi away
#5 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Eagles land at Rod Laver arena , a distance walk from the travel lodge , a river taxi to just near Rod Laver, another brisk walk .
Alternatively the best car park is on Flinders Street either by Russell St or Exhibition St and from there allow 15min to walk to the venue or catch the No70 Tram.
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Old Melbourne Gaol

Melbourne 0.7 mi away
#6 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
... life in Melbourne Ned Kelly's episodes in the gaol was great to hear Very good staff with lots of info on the gaol Loved being able to wander around the different levels Great place to visit Highly recommend
... spend hours wandering through the very well presented cells learning about some of our amazing history the watchtower was a definite highlight I highly recommend this to both tourists and locals alike a great day
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Southbank

Melbourne 0.2 mi away
#7 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Just strolling along the promenade you can enjoy people watching, the boats plying along the river, a great view of the city skyline, you can sit and listen to music or watch the "still" buskers or just check out...
this is an iconic promenade by the yarra river in thr hub of the city near public transport flinders street station, trams and taxis, the walk and views are wonderful ,there are so many good eateries and bars to c...
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St. Patrick's Cathedral

Melbourne 0.9 mi away
#8 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Well worth a visit to experience The Catholic Tradition, and a place of spirit, quietness open for everyone.. Sunday Solemn Mass 11am, when there The Archbishop is present and it always has a choir and music, and...
Walking around after getting off the tourist tram I spotted St Patrick’s Cathedral... WOW looks stunning from the road, so walked up and well even more stunning up close and then inside is just amazing!! Took a go...
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Eureka Skydeck

Melbourne 0.3 mi away
#9 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Fantastic Great Views, Nice Coffee, Family Friendly - Lift Travels at 9 metres per Second Up, and Down Very Quick too get to the 88th Floor to See the Sights of the City - a Must to Do is the "EDGE EXPERIANCE" 300...
360 surrounding views , cafe to sit and admire the surroundings, very informative and interesting plaques of what's below Visit and stay for when dusk sets for a different experience Most other hotspots also provi...
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#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in St Kilda
Walking along this pier is wonderful and rejuvenating , along the skyline you can see the city of Melbourne, it does get busy here from people trying to take photos of sunset and to try and spot a little Fairy pen...
A beautiful old building that is full of surprises The pier restaurant has a great selection of food that will tease your palate Behind it is a walkway to the little fairy penguin colony Sometimes you can spot the...
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The Johnston Collection

Melbourne 1.1 mi away
#10 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
The collection has transformed by Janet as she works her magic to instill thoughtfulness and admiration for both pieces from the collection and her own artworks combined to make each room a treasure to behold.
The Johnston Collection is a unique House Museum with a wonderful display of valuable antique furniture , porcelain, paintings and decorative & fine arts shown 'as it was lived in'.

Degraves Street

Melbourne 0.2 mi away
#11 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Lots of great little places to hang out including coffee shops, restaurants, pubs, shops etc. and then lots of street art, but the thing that I really liked is to look up and see the remnants of previous eras (bui...
Degraves Street is perfect for a stroll and a meal, sitting outdoors there is great for people watching and just absorbing Melbourne.
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Old Treasury Building

Melbourne 0.7 mi away
#12 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
This spectacular old building on Spring Street houses a very interesting museum, which would be ideal for visitors to Melbourne (and for us, as locals, we also learned a lot about the history of Melbourne and Vict...
It’s a beautiful building in itself, and has very informative and up to date exhibits, including amazing old photos of the city skyline, political decisions over time (including the conscription debate, and change...
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#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Elsternwick
... variety of plants and flowers, the ducks and the lake with the Japanese bridge across, the Chinese Pagoda, the shady canopy of wonderfully old trees and the magnificent hidden Fernery - such a wonderful outing!
... with a waterfall and secret grotto, an heritage apple orchard, a watchtower, a beautiful fernery, old horse drawn carriages, massive trees, vast lawns, a tennis court, a fascinating old archery hut, etc, etc.

Hardware Lane

Melbourne 0.3 mi away
#13 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Love love love this lane - so many gorgeous little restaurants and coffee shops - has a lovely buzz on weekends when parts of the CBD can be dull.
You'll find it between Little Bourke Street and Lonsdale Street (after Elizabeth St heading towards Spencer St) in Melbourne's CBD.
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Marvel Stadium

Melbourne 0.7 mi away
#14 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Great Stadium, good to park near and walk to; or take tram, bus, walk... Huge AFL Footy Oval - with roof when needed! Was there to see Hawks vs Blues... after being away 6 years (too long).
Etihad stadium is a great experience for sporting events and concerts, the location is ideal, lots of public transport lots of bars and restaurants near by
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#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in St Kilda
Lovely stroll around the gardens, plenty to see with a vast array of trees & roses & various ferns in the greenhouse, little haven, worth a visit if in the area, loved the solar powered rain man on the pin with hi...
We love to visit these Gardens, always easy to park and lots of things to see and do, plenty of birds and the rose gardens are divine, take a picnic and enjoy.
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Collins Street

Melbourne 0.2 mi away
#15 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
The grand 19th century architecture, the skyscrapers, the trees and the gracious descent of the street from the Treasury Building up to the West End and down to Spencer Street create a unique streetscape.
We stay in Melbourne regularly and we live the pairs end of Melbourne - beautiful street with lots of shops and restaurants A great selection of hotels and close to the theatres if you’re in town to see a show Als...
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Parliament House of Victoria

Melbourne 0.7 mi away
#16 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
We loved the architecture and decoration of Parliament House, all the columns and decoration that represents Australian history was great to experience, all the gilding in gold and each section that represents som...
We took the free guided tour & were fortunate to have very knowledgeable guide who had also worked in the Houses of Parliament in London & was able to compare & contrast the 2 buildings & the different parliamenta...
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St Paul's Cathedral

Melbourne 0.3 mi away
#17 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
This beautiful and grand cathedral is located near Federation Square and Flinders Street Station, so is well worth a visit if you are walking and discovering the streets of Melbourne.
One of the major architectural landmarks, St. Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican Cathedral located on the Eastern corner of Swanston Street and Flinders Street in the heart of Melbourne.
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Royal Exhibition Building

Melbourne 1.0 mi away
#18 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
the building is situated within expansive carlton gardens and is accessible within the free tram zone by the city circle tram. it is always possible to see locals sprawled on the grass with books and refreshments...
The History of this place is amazing, the architecture and the feel of the buildings are fantastic and all within a easy walk of Melbourne City.
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Melbourne Central

Melbourne 1.8 mi away
#19 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
This shopping centre has beautiful old architecture and history the views of the glassed in ceiling underneath are amazing, lots of variety of shops to be found here also a movie theatre and a great pub on level 3...
lots of great shops to look around, interesting with the Museum in the centre and great food hall, connects to other shopping streets and handy from the free city tram
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#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Abbotsford
We recently attended the unique Abbotsford Convent for a family wedding which was a fabulous eye opening venue & just right for such a very special occasion.
Cafes, galleries, restaurant, a lot of green, farmer market, Sophia Mundi School, children’s farm, bakery with yumme bread.... worth visiting

Melbourne Town Hall

Melbourne 0.3 mi away
#20 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Enjoyed my tour of the Town Hall, my guide Ken was very informative & I enjoyed listening to both the history & some of the stories from over the years.
A free tour is available daily if Melbourne Town Hall... Magnificent old building with interesting history.
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Federation Square

Melbourne 0.3 mi away
#21 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
When visiting Melbourne you have to visit federation square.The building itself is worth viewing as the architect is amazing.There are lovely coffee shops and restaurants.Also the art gallery is well worth visitin...
Federation Square is the best to relax take photos rest meet with families and friends is tourist spot in Melbourne close to water attractions river cruise free tram zone many restaurants many hotels for locals an...
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Lygon Street

Melbourne 1.1 mi away
#22 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Restaurants, cafes, bars, cinema, best bookshop in Melbourne, boutiques, specialty grocers, rooftop bar.... stroll and enjoy the ambience, the aromas of delicious meals and coffee - wonderful!
A quick tram trip will have you in the middle of cafes, restaurants, Reading’s Book Store, clothing boutiques, such as rpm, and the hubbub of a busy Italian neighbourhood.
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Docklands Stadium

Melbourne 0.7 mi away
#23 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Located in the Docklands, with close proximity to transport and the CBD it is an all year round attraction, that also holds concerts that should be experienced
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#24 of 282 Sights & Landmarks in Melbourne
Takes around 30mins, one revolution with ample time to get plenty of pics, aim for a clear night with views upon views as far as you can see... Definitely a great attraction and Harbour town shops are brilliant.
Love this, had a fantastic time, looking all over Melbourne, we had a clear day so we could see as far as the eye would take us, I got a bit giddy as I'm scared of heights, but managed to take some great photos
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