Melbourne offers much adventure for those exploring this cosmopolitan Australian city. Providing countless hours of family fun, Melbourne tourist attractions let you discover the city’s rich history, cultural heritage, scenic greenery and much more.
Set atop Eureka Tower, one of the tallest residential buildings in the world, the Eureka Skydeck provides awe-inspiring 360 degree vistas of Melbourne, be it day or night. It also features 'The Edge', a unique glass cube that lets you experience a feeling similar to that of being suspended above the cityscape below. more
National Gallery of Victoria
The oldest public art gallery in Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria is home to over 66,000 works of art including paintings, sculptures and antiquities. Apart from showcasing works by local artists, the gallery also has collections featuring old masters, Australian Aboriginal art and Egyptian artefacts. more
Fairy Park in Anakie
Watch your favourite fairytales come to life at the Fairy Park in Anakie, situated around 60 minutes from Melbourne. Featuring a variety of fairytale scenes complete with castles, mystical creatures, caves and famous storybook characters, the Fairy Park offers an unforgettable adventure for the whole family. more