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Melbourne

THINGS TO DO IN MELBOURNE

Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria and the second most populous city in Australia.  Its integrated public transport system of trains, trams, buses and taxis and good roads make Melbourne easy to discover and our Australian team have put together a portfolio of very popular attractions and amazing prices.

HISTORICAL MELBOURNE

Melbourne was first settled in 1835 by settlers from Van Diemen’s Land, now known as Tasmania.  The city grew rapidly with the discovery of gold in 1851 and its port became very important to its growth. A visit to Como Historic House and Garden give an insight in to the Regency period of the city’s history.

TOUR AND EXPLORE

A good way to discover the city is to take a guided bus tour of the city. If you are not averse to early rising how about a sunrise balloon trip over the city. Of course the most famous Melbourne residents can be found in Ramsay Street so why not pay them a visit and find out more about the show!

VIEWING PLATFORMS

Why not get a birds eye view of the city from 285 metres high at the Eureka Skydeck and if you have a head for heights try The Edge! Another magnificent view of the city can be had from the Melbourne Star, the only observation wheel in the Southern Hemisphere.

BEST MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS

We have lots to keep the family occupied in Melbourne. Animals abound at Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary, Werribbee Open Range Zoo and Sea Life Melbourne or keep the kids busy at Legoland Discovery or Funfields Waterpark.

For sports fans we can offer a visit to Melbourne Stadium and find out why Melbourne is the sports capital of Australia!  If you are looking for an adrenaline rush why not try skydiving either over the city or the nearby Yarra Valley.

TRIPS FROM MELBOURNE

There are many one day or multi day trips available from Melbourne. Why not visit the Penguins on Phillip Island or drive along the Great Ocean Road or even experience the vineyards of the Yarra Valley.

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