Let's Travel in Melbourne

Melbourne is known as the cultural hub of Victoria, and the city is covered with interesting architecture from the classic Victorian era (the early 19th century) to the modern skyscraper architecture.

The City stands apart with its recognisable parks and well laid out streets traversed by trams, to the narrow laneways that slot in between. The recently developed waterfront area is a boon for those who wish to dine well and visit the casino.


Melbourne is regarded as the dining capital of Australia. Its street cafes and excellent restaurants abound and offer an enormous selection of mouth-watering cuisines from almost every corner of the world (European: Middle Eastern: Asian and Japanese).


Melbourne has a vibrant multi-cultural mix and a cosmopolitan culture with people of different culture living harmoniously together in the near city or distant suburbs. In this mix are suburbs that are unique, each having its charm and character.


Melbourne is regarded as the sporting capital of Australia with hosting some of the major international sporting events every year. Some of the major and significant sporting venues and arenas in Melbourne include the fabled Melbourne Cricket Ground (the “G”) for cricket and Australian Rules football; Melbourne Tennis Centre (Rod Laver Arena) for Tennis and the Australian Open; Albert Park Lake (site for the Formula 1 Racing Australian Grand Prix)


The city of Melbourne has an impressive transportation network of rail, tramcar and busses to the outlying suburbs that are its heart and soul that serves Melbourne. The freeway network will allow you to get to the Blue Dandenong Ranges (part of the Great Divide that runs from Queensland to the Grampians in western Victoria) in just about an hour.


Some of the HIGHLIGHTS the Melbourne City Tour

  • The Federation Square
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground
  • Flinders Street Station
  • Melbourne Tennis Centre
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • Arts and Cultural Centre
  • Queen Victoria Market
  • Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Chinatown
  • Southbank and Docklands
  • The Princes Theatre
  • The Shrine of Remembrance
  • The Parliament House          
  • St. Kilda Road
  • Melbourne University
  • Albert Park Lake
  • St Patrick’s Cathedral
  • Port Melbourne and Williamstown
  • Fitzroy Gardens  (Captain Cook’s cottage)
  • The Melbourne Zoo
  • St. Kilda
  • Westgate and Bolte Bridges
  • Skydeck 88 – for unforgettable spectacular City views and awe-inspiring panorama.