When you travel to Melbourne, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Melbourne, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Melbourne to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Melbourne things to do can include exploring Melbourne attractions and visiting the places of interest.
The 115 meters height spire resembling the EiffelTower at the Victoria Arts Centre, located on the southern side of the Yarra River, is a great monument of Melbourne. The laser lighting system in the evening makes it visible from far away.
Burke and WillsMonument in Swanston and Collins were originally erected in 1865 in memory of the Victorian Expedition of 1860.
The Goddess Monument in the University of Melbourne.
Statue of Atlas in the Collins Street.
Pannys PhilipIsland Chocolate Factory: Cafe and art gallery that celebrates everything about chocolate.
Sovereign Hill: Visit with children in a horse-drawn carriage to relive the olden 1850 Eureka Rebellion day.
The Enchanted Adventure Garden: This beautiful garden has 3D indoor mazes, theme parks and gardens, SculpturePark with giant tube slides.
Melbourne Zoo Close up your Wild Encounter Tours with musical performances like ‘Zoo Twilights’.
Collinwood Children’s farm: This farm is located about five kilometers away from the center of Melbourne.
Adventure: What else is the best adventure than enjoying the water sports throughout the coastline and the adventure activities all along the Yaara Valley.
Relaxation: For the perfect relaxation, you can walk through the tall trees of manicured gardens or drive the long coastlines or have a thrilling view from the rooftop gardens of Melbourne.
Melbourne Botanical Gardens is one among the natural places that offer all possible activities for the traveler.
Melbourne Central is the popular shopping complex with theatres, eateries, bars and 300 shops. Craft Victoria Shop is to purchase handmade craft items. Shweshwefeatures waxed clothes from Africa and Zetta Florence is for photographers and artisans. To purchase fashion products and accessories, you can go to Third Drawer Down, Christine, Crumpler, Lost & Found Market and the Hunter Gatherer.
Queen Victoria Market at the heart of the city shops everything on earth. It is the favorite shopping landmark of Melbournians. Yarraville Market is the Craft Market. Boroondara Farmer’s Market and Campbell Arcade are popular shopping centers to a name a few among a plethora.
The throbbing nightlife of Melbourne has plenty of live music, dance and drink with complete entertainment offered in its hidden lanes and at rooftops.
Billboard Club, Flying Saucer Club, and the Butterfly Club have the best music shows to enjoy an evening.
Rooftop bar at the top of ‘Cookie’ Thai restaurant offers a fantastic view of Melbourne with a drink at hand.
1806 offers superb cocktails but to visitors with a formal or business dress code.
Blue moon Cafe, Golden Monkey, Baroq House, Double Happiness, Transport bar, P.J.O’Briens chain of pubs and New Guernica are other best drinking places of Melbourne.