20 Dec 2019 - 21 Dec 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Australia's cultural capital and one of its most historic cities, Melbourne also has plenty to tempt food and wine lovers and families seeking outdoor adventure. Consistently named one of the world's most liveable cities, Melbourne's also a great place to visit at any time of year.
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Staying in the heart of the city puts you minutes away from top attractions like the Melbourne Aquarium, Arts Centre and Royal Botanic Gardens, as well as the trendy boutiques and cafes of the laneways. It's also convenient for transport, if you're arriving at Southern Cross Station Coach Terminal or want to ride the free City Circle tram between the sights.
Along with Brunswick, Fitzroy forms Melbourne's hipster district and is the best place to see the city's youthful energy and creativity on display. As well as coffee dens and pop-up restaurants, you'll also find timeless attractions like the Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building. With thrift stores and cheap hotels, Fitzroy is budget-friendly.
Melbourne may not be associated with beaches, but St Kilda aims to change that. Whether you're paddle boarding or kitesurfing, taking the kids to Luna Park, visiting for the Formula 1 or just hanging out with the penguins, there are plenty of ways to spend the days at St Kilda before heading to a beachfront restaurant or pub and watching the sun go down.
Melburnians' favourite day trip, the Mornington Peninsula is just 90 minutes south of the CBD. Visit Victoria's oldest buildings, gaze longingly at the mansions of Millionaire's Walk and enjoy the views over Port Phillip Bay. If you're visiting in February, don't miss the Mornington Peninsula Food and Wine Festival.
If you're partial to a pinot noir or chardonnay, you're in luck – Melbourne's closest wine region is less than an hour's drive from the city centre. Tour the cellar doors to meet local winemakers and taste their best drops, indulge your other vice at the Chocolaterie, or admire the scenery from above on a hot air balloon ride.
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Culture capital of Australia and gateway to the beautiful Victoria region. Rent a car, and go for a road trip
Loved Melbourne.did it in a very low budget by staying in the heart of Melbourne.There is a free tram zone.St Kilda's,Victoria mkt on sun n wed,flinders station r all great
Bella Vista Apartments only step away Crown Casino! Perfect location without a car for the city
I love Melbourne. Great food, and culture with the Mornington Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road just outside town.