We’ve compiled the best of the best in Melbourne - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Arts Centre Melbourne

    City Center

    Melbourne's most important cultural landmark is the venue for performances by the Australian Ballet, Opera Australia, Melbourne Theatre Company, and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. It encompasses...Read More

  • 2. Block Arcade

    City Center

    Melbourne's most elegant 19th-century shopping arcade dates from the 1880s, when "Marvelous Melbourne" was flush with the prosperity of the gold rushes. A century later,...Read More

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  • 3. Chapel Street


    The heart of the trendy South Yarra–Prahran–Windsor area, this long road is packed with pubs, bars, notable restaurants, and upscale boutiques—more than 1,000 shops can...Read More

  • 4. Hosier Lane Street Art

    City Center

    Melbourne's best-known laneway for its vibrant street art scene, Hosier Lane is easily accessible off Flinders Lane, and may whet your appetite for further exploration....Read More

  • 5. Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia

    City Center

    The Aboriginal and modern Australian art collection of the National Gallery of Victoria hangs on the walls of this gallery in Fed Square. Key pieces...Read More

  • 6. Luna Park

    St. Kilda

    A much-photographed Melbourne landmark, the park's entrance is a huge, gaping mouth, swallowing visitors whole and delivering them into a world of ghost trains, pirate...Read More

  • 7. Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

    East Melbourne

    A tour of this complex is essential for an understanding of Melbourne's sporting obsession. You can get the stories behind it all at the National...Read More

  • 8. Middle Brighton Beach


    Most commonly known for its colorful and culturally significant bathing boxes, which were built more than a century ago in response to Victorian ideas of...Read More

  • 9. Acland Street

    St. Kilda

    An alphabet soup of Chinese, French, Italian, and Lebanese eateries—along with a fantastic array of cake shops dating from the 1930s—lines the sidewalk of St....Read More

  • 10. Bridge Road


    Once a run-down area of Richmond, this street is now a bargain shopper's paradise. Track down factory outlets selling fashion and leather goods, refuel at...Read More

  • 11. Brunswick Street


    Along with Lygon Street in nearby Carlton, Brunswick Street is one of Melbourne's favorite places to dine. You might want to step into a simple...Read More

  • 12. Carlton Gardens


    Sixty-four acres of tree-lined paths, artificial lakes, and flower beds in this English-style 19th-century park are the backdrop for the outstanding Melbourne Museum, and the...Read More

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  • 13. CERES Community Environment Park

    Brunswick East

    On the banks of the Merri Creek in East Brunswick, this award-winning sustainability center is home to a permaculture and bush-food nursery. Buy local produce...Read More

  • 14. Cooks' Cottage

    City Center

    Once the on-leave residence of the Pacific navigator Captain James Cook, this modest two-story home, built in 1755 by Cook senior, was transported stone by...Read More

  • 15. Eureka Skydeck

    City Center

    Named after the goldfields uprising of 1854, the Eureka Tower (which houses the 88th-level Eureka Skydeck) is the highest public vantage point in the southern...Read More

  • 16. Federation Square

    City Center

    Encompassing a whole city block, the bold, abstract-style landmark was designed to be Melbourne's official meeting place, with a variety of attractions and restaurants within...Read More

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  • 17. Fitzroy Gardens

    City Center

    This 64-acre expanse of European trees, manicured lawns, garden beds, statuary, and sweeping walks is Melbourne's most popular central park. Among its highlights is its...Read More

  • 18. Flinders Street Station

    City Center

    Much more than just a train station, Flinders Street Station is a Melbourne icon and a popular meeting place. The term "meet me under the...Read More

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  • 19. Lygon Street


    Known as Melbourne's Little Italy, Lygon Street is a perfect example of the city's multiculturalism: where once you'd have seen only Italian restaurants, there are...Read More

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  • 20. Melbourne Museum


    A spectacular, postmodern building (in Carlton Gardens) offers visitors insights into Victoria's histories, cultures and natural environments. Visit such globally recognized exhibitions such as Te...Read More

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