The National Gallery of Victoria is the oldest and biggest art gallery in the nation. It was founded in 1861.
State Library Victoria
Sir Redmond Barry established the State Library Victoria (SLV), a well conserved state library in Melbourne, in 1856.
Melbourne laneways and arcades
Vibrant street art is everywhere, covering the laneways and arcades that are so characteristic of Melbourne.
Located in the centre of the city, Federation Square is a well-known landmark where throngs of people congregate for everything from meals to coffee.
With a height of 285 metres, the Melbourne Skydeck provides the Southern Hemisphere’s tallest public viewing platform.
More than 320 kinds of animals from all over the world are housed in the Melbourne Zoo, where they are displayed in various displays and bioclimatic zones.
The Royal Botanical Gardens, which were first established in 1846, include approximately 87 acres of groomed gardens and over 10,000 different species of plants and animals.
Melbourne’s markets are nothing short of magnificent, as it is quickly becoming Australia’s food centre.
Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road is an amazing, apparently endless piece of road that runs through the countryside of the area, with the Ottaway Ranges and the coast at your sides.
Phillip Island, which located on the fringes of the city, is a haven for nature enthusiasts. Just before evening falls, visit the island’s shoreline to witness a breathtaking sight of hundreds of small penguins returning from a busy day at sea.