On a sunny day, head across the Yarra River for breathtaking views of the Melbourne skyline.
You'll find the City Circle Tram traveling on the Harbour Esplanade and Flinders, Spring, Nicholson, Victoria and La Trobe streets in Melbourne's CBD.
Although you'll likely come to the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne to see the property's impressive 31 plant collections, see if you can spot native fauna like black swans, short-finned eels and brush-tailed possums during your visit.
Not all of Melbourne's art is confined to the National Gallery of Victoria. Melbourne's buildings and alleyways feature some of Australia's best street art.
Historic Melbourne artifacts, dinosaur fossils and hundreds of taxidermied animals are just a few collections housed in the Melbourne Museum.
Wine aficionados cannot visit Melbourne without exploring the Yarra Valley, one of the area's most popular wine regions.
Melbourne is filled with stunning architecture. One of the city's most unique structures is Webb Bridge, a pedestrian bridge named for its curved web design.
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Head to the Melbourne Cricket Ground to witness Melburnians' passion for sports.
This lively public square in the CBD is where you'll find the National Gallery of Victoria's Ian Potter Centre and a variety of shops and restaurants.
Melbourne's alleyways boast an array of sidewalk cafes.
Before entering the National Gallery of Victoria's main building on St Kilda Road, take some time to admire the entrance's famous water wall.
Though you won't be able to hold koalas at the Melbourne Zoo, you'll find several of these furry creatures sleeping in the attraction's eucalyptus trees.
During the city's annual White Night celebration, iconic Melbourne buildings like Flinders Street Station and the Royal Exhibition Building come alive with bold colors and designs.
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For a dose of Melbourne history while sampling some of the city's best fare, peruse the halls of The Block Arcade.
Grand architecture and stunning views of downtown Melbourne await you at the Shrine of Remembrance.
Coffee is a vital part of Melburnian culture, and no caffeinated beverage is more synonymous with Melbourne than the flat white. The drink is prepared by pouring microfoam over a shot of espresso.
One of the State Library Victoria's most notable features is its La Trobe Reading Room, an octagonal domed room that's six stories tall and holds approximately 32,000 books.
If you love natural wonders, go see the Twelve Apostles at Port Campbell National Park.