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✅ TOP 10: Things To Do In Melbourne

✅ TOP 10: Things To Do In Melbourne


Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, is the
second largest city in Australia. It has a population of just over 4 million
people, and is a picturesque place with so much to offer visitors. The city is a dynamic metropolis, with an
exciting city centre, lush green parks and mountain ranges where you can enjoy Australian
nature at its finest. Voted one of the world’s most liveable cities,
Melbourne is a beautiful destination and a popular choice for both international and
interstate travellers. Before we get into the top 10 things to do
in Melbourne, we’ve included links in the description to various discount codes and
links to resources of things to do, so make sure you check those out. 10) At number 10 is the Dandenong Ranges National
Park (Free) The Dandenong Ranges is a picturesque mountain
range on the outskirts of Melbourne, and it’s a perfect spot for walkers, cyclists, hikers,
nature lovers and bird watchers. Kookaburras, cockatoos, crimson rosellas and
other native birds call this place home. The Park has an abundance of crystal clear
streams, waterfalls and creeks and has an extensive network of the walking trails. 9) Number 9 is the Hop-on Hop-off Bus (Pay,
Tiqets) Get the ultimate sightseeing experience around
the beautiful city of Melbourne and the sunny seaside suburb of St Kilda. Hop on and off when you feel like exploring
on foot and there are 27 stops placed along the route to maximise your enjoyment of the
city. Stops along the way include Queen Victoria
Market, Harbour Town, Fitzroy Gardens, South Melbourne Beach, SEA LIFE Aquarium, the Eureka
Skydeck, and more. 8) At number 8 is the Royal Botanic Gardens
Victoria (Free) The Botanic Gardens are walking distance from
the city centre, and offer an oasis of calm, peace and greenery just outside of the urban
bustle. They extend across 36 hectares that slope
to the river, with trees, garden beds, lakes and lawns. With more than 8,500 plant types, a mix of
Australian species and non-native, the gardens are a popular spot for visitors. 7) Number 7 is Melbourne Zoo (Pay) Melbourne Zoo opened in 1862 and holds the
distinction of being Australia’s oldest zoo. It is located within Royal Park in Parkville,
approximately 4 kilometres north of the centre of Melbourne. The zoo is home to more than 320 animal species
from all around the world, most of which are free to roam in areas that mimic their own
natural habitats. 6) At number 6 is Eureka Tower Skydeck (Pay) Located at the top of the iconic Eureka Tower
skyscraper, the Skydeck provides 360 degree views of the city and is one of the tallest
observation decks in the world. The building was officially opened in October
2006 and here you can see Melbourne from above. Some of the windows are lined with real 24-carat
gold, symbolising the historic Eureka Stockade gold miners’ rebellion in Australian history. 5) Number 5 is the National Gallery of Victoria
(Free) The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly
known as the NGV, is an art museum in Melbourne. Founded in 1861, it is Australia’s oldest,
largest and most visited art museum. Local artists are mostly featured, although
there are works from international masters. Aside from its permanent collection, NGV also
holds exhibitions and special events such as the annual Melbourne Winter Masterpieces
series. The museum’s collections are located in two
buildings, The Ian Potter Centre in Federation Square and the main building on St Kilda Road,
both sites are open daily. 4) At number 4 is the Luna Park, Melbourne
(Free) Melbourne’s Luna Park is a historic amusement
park located on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay in St Kilda. It opened on the 13th of December 1912, and
has been operating almost continuously ever since. The park known for its perimeter roller coaster
and giant, ornate carousel both give a taste of what theme parks of the past must have
been like. The Luna Park itself is free entry and you
only pay for what you ride. With such a rich history, this site makes
it worth visiting in its own right. 3) Number 3 is Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium
(Pay) The Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern
Ocean and Antarctic aquarium in central Melbourne. It is located on the banks of the Yarra River
beside and under the Flinders Street Viaduct. The interactive multilevel aquarium houses
over 10,000 aquatic animals, including seahorses, rays and saltwater crocodiles. Visitors can spend hours exploring underwater
exhibits across 11 themed zones, from shark spotting at Shipwreck Explorer to watching
cheeky penguins dive into the water. 2) At number 2 is Werribee Open Range Zoo
(Pay) Werribee Open Range Zoo is an African themed
zoo in Werribee, about 32 kilometres southwest of Melbourne. The Zoo offers a unique opportunity to experience
an African adventure and encounter the magnificent animals of the African savannah. The 200-hectare property is home to some of
Africa’s most iconic animals, as well as wildlife from the grasslands of Asia, North
America and Australia. It’s a great place to keep younger travellers
entertained, and with African styled safari tours, also a lot of fun for wildlife loving
adults. 1) And at number 1 is the Melbourne Star Observation
Wheel (Pay) With its striking scale and innovative design,
the Melbourne Star is an iconic feature of Melbourne’s waterfront precinct. A spectacular LED display transforms the wheel
into a giant, glittering Kaleidoscope of colour as the Melbourne Star
glides on its gentle arc through the sky. The 21 spacious, temperature controlled cabins
give an unparalleled, 360-degree view of the city. Visitors are able to walk around and take
in the sights from all angles, while the audio commentary gives a brief introduction to the
history and significance of the landmarks below. So that sums up our top 10 things to do in
Melbourne, we hope you enjoyed, if you did please leave a like and if you’re new here
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Reader Comments

  1. 总是看你的频道,喜欢它。 已经订阅了您的频道,已编号; 7000 +,一个很好的数字。 空闲时间看我的频道:跟随画家去旅行,我们互相关注,共同努力!

  2. This is the worst top 10 list for Melbourne that has ever existed. Obviously created by someone that has never been to Australia as they have missed many more important attractions. Melbourne Star as #1 is the icing on the cake, it is Melbourne's equivalent of the Shelbyville Monorail, you would be hard pressed finding a local who has even taken a ride on it.

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