1. Tour the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Explore the inner sanctum of the iconic MCG, walk on the hallowed arena and experience where legends play by taking a guided MCG tour! Highlights of this must-see tour include:
- The famous MCC Long Room
- MCC Library (founded in 1873)
- MCG Tapestry
- Player change rooms
- Cricketers’ viewing room
- Ron Casey Media Centre
- Portrait of Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar
- A walk on the arena
- Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre
- Ponsford Stand
- City Terrace with views of Melbourne’s skyline
Guided MCG tours depart regularly between 10.00am and 3.00pm daily, and take approximately 75 minutes. Admission Prices: Range from $11 for a child to $55 for a family. Please visit our website for more details.
2. City Circle Tram
Take a ride on the City Circle Tram. It’s a great way to help you understand the layout of Melbourne. The City Circle Tram is a free and convenient way to see the sights of central
Melbourne and the Docklands while experiencing a ride on one of the city’s much loved heritage trams. An audio commentary provides details of city landmarks and major attractions such as the City Museum, Parliament House, Docklands, Federation Square, Melbourne Aquarium and the Princess Theatre. The City Circle Tram Leaves every 12 minutes, and takes approximately 48 minutes to complete a loop.
3. Melbourne Museums
Melbourne has quite a few museums worth visiting, from sports museums to science museums and so many more.
Melbourne Museum – is a natural and cultural history museum located in the Carlton Gardens, adjacent to the Royal Exhibition Building. Admission fee : Adults $14 and Children are free. Website: Click Here
Sports Museum – The National Sports Museum is a museum dedicated to Australian sport and is located within the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Melbourne, Australia. Admission fees range from $11 for a child to $55 for a family pass. Website: Click Here
4. Parks and Gardens
The parks and gardens in Melbourne are world famous. Alexandra Gardens, Birrarung Marr, Fawkner Gardens, Fitzroy Gardens, Carlton Gardens, Flagstaff Gardens, Kings Domain, Botanical Gardens, Queen Victoria Gardens, Treasury Gardens are great spaces to sit and relax.
5. Walking Tours around Melbourne
Melbourne is a very cultural city, offering a wide range of walking tours around the Melbourne Streets. Melbourne walks is an award-winning company, providing personalised and specialty walks by arrangement for over two decades. They offer the largest choice of guided walks in Melbourne to individuals, groups or schools. Prices vary depending on how many people are in the tour. Website: Click Here
6. Queen Victoria Market
Fresh fish, meat, fruits and vegetables, cheeses, cold meats, breads, pies and cakes, are not the only attractions at Queen Victoria Market, there are also clothing stalls, bric-a-brac and much more. The market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
7. Visit some Melbourne Wildlife
Melbourne has many wildlife parks worth visiting while in Melbourne. The Melbourne Zoo and Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium.
Melbourne Zoo – The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens, commonly known as the Melbourne Zoo, contains more than 320 animal species from Australia and around the world. The zoo is 4 kilometres north of the centre of Melbourne. Admission Fee: Adults $31.60 and Children Monday to Friday $15.80 and Free on Saturday & Sunday. Website: Click Here
Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium – Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium located on the Yarra waterfront opposite the Crown Casino, and is one of Victoria’s leading visitor attractions and a great outing for the whole family. Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium offers Shark Diving Sessions to those who are brave enough. General Admission: Adult $32.40 Children $20.80 and a family pass $58.65. Website: Click Here
8. Eureka Sky-deck 88
This is the most incredible tourist attraction in Melbourne, the Gold-plated observation deck is located on the 88th
floor with a panoramic city view & a protruding glass cube. General Admission Fee: Adult $19.50 Children $11 and family passes starting from $32. Website: Click Here
9. Visit St Kilda
St Kilda is not only full of bars, restaurants, clubs, interesting shops and live music – it has a great beach where you can go swimming and it has Luna Park Fun Fair with the Big Dipper including many other rides and entertainment. There is a great open air market along The Esplanade every Sunday with stalls offering all sorts of arts and crafts.
10. Short drive to Phillip Island
Just a short 1 hour 45 minute drive away, the gorgeous beach town of Phillip Island. Phillip Island has many little towns within its area, offering tourists a variety of attractions to visit from local surf spots to tours. You will never be short of time.Phillip Island is home to the famous Grand Prix Circuit, that holds racing events all year round. Never seen a Penguin before? These cute little creatures are locals on Phillip Island wandering around in the night life.