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Things to do in Melbourne

St Patrick’s and St Paul

St Patrick’s and St Paul's Cathedrals in Melbourne — Melange of religion, beauty and art

St Paul’s Cathedral After browsing through Melbourne’s art, cultural, sports and food precincts if you want to soak yourself in peaceful and tranquil environment and do some serious introspection while enjoying tastefully decorated rich and splendid interiors then you must head towards St Paul’s Cathedral. Located at the corner of Swanston and Flinders street junction,(…)

Published On: Monday, April 28th, 2014
Queen Victoria Market - Melbournians Favorite Shopping Destination

Queen Victoria Market - Melbournians Favorite Shopping Destination

Queen Victoria Market, popularly known as ‘Queen Vic’ amongst localities is one of the major Landmark places in Melbourne and a must-visit place on any tourist’s list. It is one of the oldest 19th century markets surviving in CBD which is foodie’s mecca. It is significant place for localities and visitors alike for its variety(…)

Published On: Friday, April 25th, 2014
Melbourne Cricket Ground — Mecca for Sports buffs

Melbourne Cricket Ground — Mecca for Sports buffs

Melbourne is not only rich in its art, street, food, and cultural precincts… its sports culture also score high in all respects. Sports arenas here are well-known and one such iconic landmark is MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground). Australians are sports mad and is evident from its world-class sports arenas situated in close proximity to each(…)

Published On: Thursday, April 24th, 2014
Lorne Beach Town — Melbourne’s Beachside Getaways

Lorne Beach Town — Melbourne’s Beachside Getaways

Drive to Melbourne’s suburbs complimented with sea beaches on one side and mountains on the other is as exciting as travelling within the city’s CBD. One fine day in the month of January when weather was quite favorable, we decided to go on a long drive and enjoy some of Melbourne’s scenic country side. The(…)

Published On: Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
Royal Botanic and Fitzroy Gardens — Melbourne’s Nature Trails

Royal Botanic and Fitzroy Gardens — Melbourne’s Nature Trails

Trees, flora and fauna, water bodies, cool breeze aptly embodies Mother Nature’s love for its living beings. Royal Botanic Gardens situated near the CBD (Central Business District) is another such classical example of Mother Nature’s expression of love. A perfect mélange of lush green landscaped gardens with manicured flower beds and rich preserved heritage transports(…)

Published On: Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
Shrine of Remembrance - Melbourne’s War Memorial

Shrine of Remembrance - Melbourne’s War Memorial

This Iconic landmarks which catches every visitor’s attention while passing by Royal Botanic Gardens on St. Kilda’s street is The Shrine of Remembrance. This Majestic Victorian structure was erected in year 1934 to commemorate the sacrifice of hundreds of Victorian men and women for their nation in war and peacekeeping missions in which Australia participated.(…)

Published On: Monday, April 21st, 2014
Melbourne Museum — World full of History, Entertainment and Adventure

Melbourne Museum — World full of History, Entertainment and Adventure

Melbourne Museum is situated in the Carlton Garden adjoining Royal Exhibition Hall near the east side of the Central Business District. This architecturally brilliant structure houses a big museum with seven galleries, a children’s section and a high-tech IMAX theatre. This place educates you on history, culture and social front of rich historical Victorian clubbed(…)

Published On: Friday, April 18th, 2014
Eureka Skydeck 88 — Enjoy panoramic views of Melbourne

Eureka Skydeck 88 — Enjoy panoramic views of Melbourne

Southbank promenade is sprinkled with cluster of high-rise sky scrapers which collectively form an impressive Melbourne’s skyline. Eureka Skydeck 88 surpasses all other buildings in its vicinity not only in height but also in appearance. Situated at Riverside Quay, this 91 storey high, Eureka Tower,  is the tallest building in Melbourne with highest observation deck(…)

Published On: Thursday, April 17th, 2014
Melbourne Docklands — Sea Facing spectacle

Melbourne Docklands — Sea Facing spectacle

Far away from the Hustle-bustle of CBD (Central Business District) if you want to escape to peaceful and soothing havens then head towards Docklands Harbor front and enjoy spectacular sea-views while sipping your favorite coffee or feasting on one of your favorite dish at a sea-facing restaurants. Docklands offers numerous options for its visitors to(…)

Published On: Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
Melbourne Street Art - World full of Artistic expressions

Melbourne Street Art - World full of Artistic expressions

Melbourne is famous worldwide for its street art and Hosier lane is one such prominent laneway near the CBD where this no-vacancy street art could be witnessed. Right opposite to Federation square Atrium is Hosier lane on Flinders’ street. Also Check : Places to visit in Australia Large wall canvas with it stimulating, effervescent and(…)

Published On: Saturday, April 12th, 2014