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Founded in 1862, Melbourne Zoo is Australia's oldest and the third oldest in the world. It has changed greatly over the years, replacing the old ...
184 Swanston St
The Great Ocean Road with its magnificent surf beaches, rainforest and rolling farmland is a favourite holiday destination for Melburnians. This tour travels through central Melbourne over the Westgate ...
14 Lower Esplanade
Opened in 1912, Luna Park is the most identifiable landmark of the city with generations of children walking wide eyed through the broad clown's mouth entrance. Although ...
The world-class Melbourne Aquarium is a fascinating journey into subspace. Ground level houses coral atolls, shadow dwellers and natural born ...
141 Johnston St
With the opening of The Night Cat in 1994, Melbourne's cafe culture finally came of age. It is a fusion of a comfortable lounge atmosphere, an elegant meeting place, complete with dance floor and ...
11 Nicholson St
The new Melbourne Museum tags itself as a museum for the 21st Century and reflects a move to merge major museums and galleries under one roof. Three particular focal points of the ...
605 Victoria St
Conventional interior design theory has been thrown out the window at the Terminus. There is a little bit of everything - a tatty stuffed fox above the bar, strange religious ...
2365 Plenty Rd
If your idea of fun is zooming on a toboggan down a tall stainless steel track, then this is the place for you. Riders control the speed and braking of their toboggan so you can be as reckless ...
Set right in the heart of cosmopolitan St Kilda, this adventure playground was originally created as a place for street kids to play, but is open to all. If your kids like to run wild, they will ...
525 Collins St
The pride of Melbourne, Rialto Towers have dominated the city's skyline for sometime now. Used as office space, the tall 63-floor building houses various multi ...