Melbourne: The cultural capital of Australia

Melbourne: The cultural capital of Australia

Go diving with sharks at the Melbourne Aquarium or admire the cityscape from a transparent glass cube, 300 meters above the ground at the Eureka Skydeck - there is much more to the city than just cricket

February 16 , 2015
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The grand spire of the Melbourne Arts Centre, Australia--s largest and busiest performing arts centre
The iconic candy-coloured bathing boxes in Mornington Peninsula make the perfect backdrop for a lazy day on the beach
Melbourne's City Circle tram service operates in a circular route passing major tourist attractions, as well as linking with other tram, train and bus routes in and around Melbourne
A mini-city within the city of Melbourne -- the Crown Entertainment Complex on the banks of the Yarra river is a paradise for shopping, dining and entertainment
Eureka Skydeck--s --The Edge-- -- a glass cube that projects out from the building, almost 300 meters above the ground, providing stunning views of Melbourne
The world--s largest war memorial -- the scenic Great Ocean Road built between 1919 -- 1932 connects the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford
The Shark Walk at the Melbourne Aquarium is a must-do if adrenaline rushes are your thing
The Melbourne Cricket Ground, the largest stadium in the Southern Hemisphere, will be hosting the final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
See the skeleton of a whole blue whale or learn more about aboriginal people of Australia at the Melbourne Museum in Carlton Gardens
Werribee Open Range Zoo, around 32 km away from Melbourne is home to some of Africa--s most iconic animals
The Werribee Park built during the 1800s includes a mansion built in the Italianate style surrounded by beautiful gardens and orchards
You cannot leave Melbourne without going on the Yarra river cruise through the city--s parklands, gardens and other significant sites
Brimming with cafes, restaurants, art galleries, markets, nature walks and bustling villages, the Yarra Valley Vineyards provides stunning views of the Dandenong Ranges

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