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Federation Square

Federation Square

This futuristic plaza is one of the most complex and ambitious construction projects ever undertaken in Australia, serving as Melbourne’s civic centre with cafés, restaurants, an amphitheater and several museums such as the Ian Potter centre with Australian art. There’s also a farmers market every Friday and a book market on Saturdays.
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St Kilda

St Kilda is one of the liveliest and most colourful areas of Melbourne right on the Hobson Bay. Acland and Fitzroy streets are the main roads with bars, restaurants and shops. The cake shops are just too tempting! In the late afternoon, take a stroll along St Kilda Beach to watch the sunset.
Royal Melbourne Zoo

Royal Melbourne Zoo

The zoo in Melbourne is one of the world’s oldest zoos and famous for its large collection of native animals in a spacious bush setting. It is located only minutes north from the city centre and is a great place for the whole family.
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Melbourne Museum

This innovative museum houses an Aboriginal centre, a rain forest, and a set for the world famous TV show ‘Neighbours’ and much more. For a couple of extra dollars, you also get the entrance to the next-door IMAX theatre.
Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens

Arguably one of most beautiful botanic gardens in the world and the perfect place for a relaxing and picturesque picnic. It displays more than 50,000 plants and one of Melbourne's most popular tourist attractions.
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Melbourne Observation Deck

Melbourne Observation Deck offers breathtaking 360-degree views of Melbourne with a café if you want to enjoy the sight for a while. It is the perfect place to relax after a long walk around town.
Old Melbourne Gaol

Old Melbourne Gaol

The Old Melbourne Gaol was established in 1841 and remains a fabulous insight into Melbourne’s historical past. The night tours are as spookily good, as they should be.
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Melbourne Aquarium

Highlights include a 360-degree fish-bowl viewing area or, if you dare, try diving with the sharks! You will also find the largest collection of seahorses and seadragon species in the world.
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