One of the best things about visiting a new city are the days spent visiting one attraction after the other – an activity made much easier when you know how to get from A to B. To aid visitors to Victoria’s capital city, we’ve put together a handy guide on how to get around in Melbourne.
Christmas in Melbourne is very much like Christmas in the northern hemisphere – a time for families, gift giving and huge Christmas dinners; the city is strewn with festive decorations, sparkling window displays and bag-laden shoppers.
Melbourne is known for its arts scene and, like most big cities, it has a fair amount of museums to showcase art, history, culture and more. Some fantastic exhibitions are coming to the city this spring.
Thanks to the success of the Underbelly TV Series, where Melbourne’s dark history has been splashed across national television, crime tours in Melbourne are one of the most popular ways to see the city.
The Melbourne Cup is Australia’s most famous horse race. Visitors from all around the country, and the world, descend on Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse in November to watch the event. It isn’t all about the Melbourne Cup however – horse racing at Flemington Racecourse happens all year around.