Things to do in Melbourne

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Chapel Street »

Stretching 2km from Toorak Road to Dandenong Road through the southeast suburbs of South Yarra and Prahran, Chapel Street is Melbourne's mecca for shopping, dining and nightlife. The renowned destination offers the ultimate high street experience and is the ideal way to discover a plethora of boutique finds, vibrant culture,... more »

St Paul's Cathedral »

Built on the site of the first public Christian services in Melbourne in 1836, St Paul's Cathedral was built between 1880 and 1891, although construction of the spires did not begin until 1926. The Neo-Gothic transitional-style cathedral replaced an earlier building to take advantage of the busy city intersection of... more »

Dandenong Ranges »

Known for towering trees, crisp mountain air and stunning natural scenery, Melbournians decamp to the beautiful Dandenong Ranges to escape the hustle and bustle and just breathe. Covered in a verdant cloak of forests and ferns, the Dandenongs is located just 50km east of Melbourne and around an hour's drive... more »

King's Domain Gardens »

Nestled alongside the Yarra River, Kings Domain Gardens is part of the Domain Parklands along with Queen Victoria Gardens and the Shrine Reserve. The historic 19th-century gardens of Kings Domain was established in 1854 and designated as a public park in 1935. Within the verdant, landscaped 36-hectare city parklands are... more »

Queen Victoria Market »

A must-visit destination for the discerning gourmand and culinary whiz, Melbournians are spoilt for choice with the cornucopia of fresh produce and gourmet delights on offer at Queen Victoria Market. Located in Melbourne's CBD, take an empty bag and a healthy appetite along to explore the sprawling stalls and foodie... more »

Federation Square »

Taking up an entire Melbourne city block, Federation Square was designed to accommodate one of the National Gallery of Victoria sites, Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia; as well as other cultural venues such as the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Kirra Galleries, BMW Edge amphitheatre and the underground... more »

Yarra Valley »

Located just an hour's drive and 65km from Melbourne, the Yarra Valley is blessed with the bucolic scenery and rural ambience of the verdant Victorian countryside. While best known for its boutique wineries, Yarra Valley also has plenty of indoor and outdoor diversions to tempt day-trippers and those looking for... more »