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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.
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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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Eureka Skydeck - Observation Deck

Eureka Skydeck, Melbourne's 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.
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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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Phillip Island

This nature reserve offers plenty to entertain the visitors, but the highlight is the nightly parade of penguins returning ashore and heading to their sand dune homes at sunset after spending the day fishing. Expect anything from a couple of hundred to a couple of thousand penguins.
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The Great Ocean Road

A trip along the Great Ocean Road offers magnificent views along the south coast of Australia. The Twelve Apostles, large rocks rising out of the sea, are especially popular. Go on a guided tour or rent a car to experience this amazing place.
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Queen Victoria Market

The historic landmark Queen Victoria Market is also called ‘Vic Market’ or the ‘Queen Vic’. At this bustling inner-city market you can shop for almost everything. The market is truly the heart of Melbourne and well worth a visit for both locals and tourists.
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Sovereign Hill

Sovereign Hill is claimed to be Australia’s foremost outdoor museum. Here you can experience life during the Gold Rush, go on a gold mine tour and shop 1850s-style.
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Mornington Peninsula

Only an hour's drive from Melbourne is the Mornington Peninsula. This place is sure full of fun. Here you can visit wineries, some of the finest beaches, hot springs and swim with dolphins.
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