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Melbourne Map

by Vishal Kumar

Explore map of Melbourne, it is the capital and most populous city in the Australian state of Victoria, and the 2nd most populous city in Australia and Oceania. It is a leading financial hub in Australia, as well as the Asia Pacific region, and has been ranked in the world's most livable city since 2011 (among the top 3 since 2002), according to the EIU.

Melbourne Map

Important landmarks on Melbourne Map


Landmarks Name
Hotels Araluen Villas, Melba Lodge, PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport, Quality Hotel Tabcorp Park, The Mansion Hotel & Spa at Werribee Park
Hospitals Frankston Hospital
Airports Melbourne Airport, Essendon Airport, Avalon Airport Australia
Shopping Centers Craigieburn Central, Queen Victoria Market
Museums Melbourne Museum, Scienceworks
Universities / Colleges Monash University Berwick, Wyndham Central College
Points of Interest TarraWarra Estate, Healesville Sanctuary, Warburton, Melbourne Aquarium, Crown Entertainment Complex, Dandenong Ranges, National Rhododendron Gardens, Olinda, Puffing Billy Steam Railway, Werribee Open Range Zoo, Werribee Mansion

Melbourne City Facts

Country Australia
State Victoria
Total Area 3,400 sq miles
Lat Long Coordinates 37.7833° S, 144.9667° E
Time Zome Australian Eastern Standard Time(AEST) or (UTC+10)
Area Code 03
Country Code +61
Language English
Major Religion Roman Catholic, Christian
Museums Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Arts Precinct, National Gallery of Victoria, RAAF Museum, Australian National Aviation Museum, National Sports Museum
Universities University of Melbourne, Victoria University, RMIT University, Swinburne University of Technology, MCD University of Divinity, La Trobe University
Official Website http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/


Tourist/Places of Attractions

  • Melbourne Zoo
  • Victoria Library
  • Eureka Skydeck 800
  • Luna Park
  • Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Melbourne Aquarium
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground
  • Brighton Beach
  • Federation Square


  • Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine Airport)
  • Essendon Airport
  • City Heliport Airport
  • Moorabbin Airport
  • Melbourne Metro Rail
  • Rail, Taxi, Cars, City Bus available.

Where is it :

Melbourne is located in the southeastern corner of mainland Australia. Lying around Port Phillip Bay in Australia’s south-east, Melbourne is the state capital of Victoria.

How to Commute :

Melbourne International Airport, Avalon Airport, Moorabbin Airport and Essendon Airport are the four airports in the city that handles domestic and international flights. Tram network, bus routes and train system constitute the public transport system in the city. The Port of Melbourne helps in trade. The highways, freeways and bridges link the city with other regions.

Where to Stay :

The various hotels and restaurants in the city serve as host to millions of tourists visiting the city. The tasty food and comfortable accommodation give the tourists a home away from home feeling. The Hatton Hotel, The Como Melbourne, Langham Hotel Melbourne, Hotel Causeway, Crown Promenade Hotel, Marriott Melbourne Hotel, Crown Towers and The Sebel Melbourne are such hotels. The restaurants serve high quality food and Flower Drum in the city is considered as the finest restaurant in the city.

What to See :

The Fitzroy Gardens in East Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria, the Shrine of Remembrance-the War Memorial, King’s Domain and the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Carlton Gardens and Royal Melbourne Zoo are must visit sites in Melbourne. The city is known for its skyscrapers like Eureka Tower, which is 300m above street level and the Rialto Towers that is 251m above street level.

Melbourne is the capital of the Australian state of Victoria. The city derived its name from the Old English meaning, “mill stream”. The city of Melbourne is located on the Port Phillip Bay in the southeastern part of Australia. The second most populated city of the country, Melbourne is pf the prime centers of administrative, economic and cultural activities.

The European settlement in Melbourne was founded in 1835. Earlier it was a separate colony of Victoria and with the discovery of gold in Victoria in 1850s, it developed into a port and service center. It later turned out to be the manufacturing center of the country and in 1880 the city became the second largest city in the British Empire entitled ‘Marvelous Melbourne’. It became the capital of Australia in 1901. The seat of government and the national capital was in Melbourne till 1927, the year when it was shifted to the new capital city of Canberra. Due to the various sports events held in the city, it gained the title ‘the sporting capital of Australia.’ It is also the largest city in Victoria.

Melbourne is one of the most wonderful cities in Australia. The Melbourne tourist destinations are famous all over the world.

The city has been very well planned with a number of gardens and parks making for the perfect landscape. The many gardens have earned Melbourne the name of Garden City of Australia. Though there are a number of tourist attractions, they are not the only focus of the tourism because there is much more that this city has to offer. These additional interests include shopping, food, culture and of course the happening nightlife of the city.

Tourist attractions in Melbourne not only mean the attractions within the city but also some of the outing spots in the suburbs of Melbourne like Melbourne Docklands.

The Greater Melbourne region is home to some of the most fabulous natural attractions in Australia. The Mornigton Peninsular is one such place, which has been specially reserved for the tourists.

  • Parks and Gardens Melbourne
  • Mornington Peninsula
  • Melbourne Zoo
  • Immigration Museum Melbourne
  • Gold Treasury Museum Melbourne
  • National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne
  • Old Melbourne Gaol
  • Parks and Gardens Melbourne
  • Mornington Peninsula
  • Melbourne Zoo
  • Old Melbourne Gaol
  • Shrine of Remembrance
  • Victorian Arts Center
  • Melbourne Aquarium
  • Cook’s Cottage
  • Crown Entertainment Complex
  • Federation Square
  • Fitzroy Gardens
  • Flinders Street Station
  • IMAX Theatre Melbourne
  • Luna Park

Most of the Melbourne tourist destinations can be reached easily. Buses, taxis, trams and railways are abundantly available in Melbourne, which make for comfortable travel throughout the city.

Melbourne is a beautiful city, which attracts tourists from all over the world. There are a lot of things to do in Melbourne. Sightseeing is one of the popular Melbourne things to do.
Sightseeing places like the Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne Town Hall, Carlton Gardens, La Trobes Cottage Melbourne, Federation Square Melbourne, Como House Melbourne and St Patrick’s Cathedral are some of the ancient historical buildings of the city. The tourists visiting the city can arrange tours to the Australian Centre for Contemporary art and the Bendigo Art Gallery that displays some of the finest art of Australia.

Shopping is one of the exciting things to do in Melbourne. Those who love to wear trendy and fashionable clothes must visit the shops lying on the Chapel Street. The Bridge road in Richmond is famous for its exquisite variety of fashionable outfits. Shopper can choose from popular brands like Espirit, Country Road, Portmans and many more. Other places, which offer wonderful shopping experiences, are Victoria Market, Glenferrie Road, The South Melbourne Market, Bourke Street Mall, Toorak Road, Melbourne Central, Southgate Melbourne, Fitzroy and Acland Streets, Lygon Street and Collins Place.

Among the other Melbourne things to do, hopping around at the different restaurants is an enjoyable experience for all food lovers. These restaurants serve a wide variety of Australian, Thai, Italian, Chinese, Mediterranean, French, Japanese and Indian cuisines.

Tourists planning a visit to Melbourne can collect information about getting in Melbourne from Melbourne travel guide. The Australian city can be reached by flights from major cities of the world. Melbourne is well connected with the rest of Australia by road, rail and air.

Melbourne by Air

Melbourne the capital of Victoria is served by Melbourne International Airport located at an approximate distance of 25 km from the Commercial Business District of the city.

Some of the important international flights to Melbourne include :

  • Qantas Airlines the national carrier of Australia operates regular flights from Los Angeles, London, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore,Auckland and Wellington
  • British Airways operates flights to Melbourne from London, Hong Kong and Singapore
  • Emirates connects Dubai, Singapore and Auckland to Melbourne
  • Lufthansa operates regular flights to Melbourne from Singapore, Bangkok, and Frankfurt
  • Air China has regular flights to Melbourne from Beijing and Shanghai
  • Other international airways flying to Melbourne, Australia include Air France, Air New Zealand, American Airlines, KLM, Thai, and United Airways.

Domestic air services to Melbourne are operated by Qantas, Virgin Blue, Rex, Jetstar Airways, Skywest, and Tiger Airways. The domestic destinations include Perth, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Sydney, Hobart ,Brisbane, Launceston, Townsville, Canberra,Maroochydore, Mount Gambier, Mildura, New Castle, Kalgoorlie, Albury, Mackay, Devonport, Burnie, Cairns, Kings Island, and Wagga Wagga.

Melbourne by train

Getting in Melbourne from other cities in Australia can be made easy by availing train services. The Southern Cross Station is the Melbourne railway terminus. There are 3 train services connecting Melbourne to other Australian cities.
They are : 

  • V-line Services – Trains run by V-line Services connect Melbourne to Albury, Ballarat, Bendigo, Echuca, Geelong, Sale, Shepparton, Swan Hill and Warnambool.
  • Great Southern Railway – Trains to Melbourne from Adelaide and Sydney are operated by Great Southern Railway. It takes about 9 to 12 hours to travel from Adelaide, while about 10 or 11 hours from Sydney. Alice Springs and Perth are also connected to Melbourne by this railway.
  • Countrylink – This New South Wales railway company has a train service connecting Sydney to Melbourne.

Melbourne by Road

Greyhound and McCafferty’s operate long distance buses to Melbourne from Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney. Premier, Firefly, and V-Line also have bus services to Melbourne city from Apollo Bay, Bateman’s Bay, Beechworth, Bright, Canberra, Griffith, Lakes Entrance, Mansfield, Mildura, Mt. Gambier, and Phillip Island.

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