Named after the only player to have secured two Grand Slams, Rod Laver, this is one of Australia's premier sporting venues. ... More
Rod Laver Arena
Named after the only player to have secured two Grand Slams, Rod Laver, this is one of Australia's premier sporting venues. It has played host to a wide variety of sporting and entertainment events. From Grand Slam tennis matches to motorbike super-cross action to rock concerts - this venue offers it all. With a capacity of 15,000 seats, it also hosts conferences and classical ballet. The stadiums most distinguishing feature is its retractable roof.
Melbourne may not be home to any royal palaces, but this lavish mansion is not far off. Built in 1868
in the Romanesque style, Rippon Lea was home to a succession of wealthy owners before being acquired by the ...
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 Bridge and through Victoria's second largest city, Geelong, before entering ...
Melbourne's once much maligned Yarra River has been undergoing a face lift in recent years and is now an excellent
way to get a different perspective on the city. Melbourne River Cruises is one of the tour operators now ...