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A lot of Great Spots to Look at around Melbourne

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 2

Should you be spending time in Melbourne, Victoria's capital city, then it's nearly obligatory that you enjoy a few of the big name tourist areas which this refined city provides. Listed here is a list of many of the favorite things to see around Melbourne.

A few hours drive to the south west of Melbourne city is the state's main tourist attraction, the touring route along the Great Ocean Road. Being a historic road which weaves its route alongside some of the best coast line in the country this tourist attraction comprises of the well-known 12 Apostles, which are rock columns which have been produced by using the coastline after centuries of erosion.

Albert Park Lake and the formula 1 grand prix track are ideally situated merely three kms south of the centre of the city. Whenever you are feeling full of energy you can take a walk all around the lake front track that is just 5kms long and can provide you with beautiful views of the water, park lands, sporting fields and the Melbourne city centre in the distance.

Visitors to Melbourne wanting that authentic old-world market atmosphere you should go to see the Queen Victoria Market, that is conveniently situated on the edge of the city CBD. There you will buy fresh fruits & veges, all sorts of meat and can even have enough time to track down a shopping bargain in the abundant apparel, homewares and craft stalls.

Situated close to the city centre the playing surface of the prominent MCG is home to footy in the winter months and the game of cricket during summertime. It hosted the 1956 Olympic Games and is a first class ground that houses alot of premier events and large sports games. It simultaneously incorporates the National sporting museum and gives guided tours that will make known to you about the history of the ground alongside insight regarding tremendous sporting triumphs.

Built right in the middle of the CBD and a comfortable stroll from lots of Melbourne accommodation is the Eureka Tower Observation Deck, from where people are able to get a all-inclusive panorama of the city and the suburbs as it expands out ahead of you. This observation deck is a delightful place to while away an evening and the best hour to go there is approx. 1 hour prior to sunset so that you are able to experience Melbourne in the daylight as well as at night time, after the city unmistakably is at its best.

Throughout the warmer months of the year the St Kilda foreshore and the sea baths are a beautiful area to while away an evening. Additionally you might want to roam along and enjoy the various retail shop, eateries, coffee shops and bars in bordering, cosmopolitan Acland Street, in particular the famous cake shops. If you're young at heart there is also Luna Park and its exciting rides and entertainment situated in the region between the beach and Acland St.

A favourite area to tour around when you'll be staying in some Melbourne hotels is the Italian restaurant precinct on Lygon Street in Carlton. This area is popular with tourists for its abundant eateries, cafes, retail boutiques and designer shops. This area is ideally situated merely 1km north of the centre of the city.

A popular Fairy penguin parade is situated on Phillip Island, that is approx. one hundred and fifty kms drive from the city centre. Each day at dusk the fairy penguins return to the coastline and walk up to their homes buried in the sands dunes. Ensure you bring with you a warm jacket and a travel rug as it does become a little wintry in the evening on Phillip Island.

Definitely 1 of the city's newest suburbs is Docklands. It has a waterfront precinct which was freshly built consists of many delightful restaurants, a comprehensive shopping area, brand new Docklands accommodation and a boating marina, all of which is on the edge of the Melbourne city centre.

For those people that are admirers of Australia's most famous TV show 'Neighbours' it is possible to travel to the actual 'Ramsay St' where the tv show is based. The actual street in referred to Pin Oak Crt in Vermont South and you will find that there are tours every day that will take you there as well as several extra prominent areas in the tv show.


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Sep 9, 2010 7:46am
Sookie
would love to go here. Great article!
Sep 9, 2010 8:52am
BlogMakesMoney
I love to see this sometime in future
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