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TOP 1
Puffing Billy Railway
4.6/5
313 Reviews
Melbourne
36.1km from downtown
Other Sightseeing Tours
小思文
"The small train is also a rail transport, and it is a unique natural place to experience the sights. The steam train is also a very interesting place. I like the project here. The scenery is also very interesting."

Reasons to Recommend: The ancient Puffing Billy Railway started in the early 20th century and is now a famous tourist train, becoming one of the more popular tourist activities in Melbourne. The small train has witnessed historical changes in Melbourne for the past hundred years. The small train, with a speed of only 20 kilometers per hour, takes you back to the not so distant past. The open wooden carriage allows you to intimately connect with nature and breathe in the purity of forest air. Shortly after the train leaves the Belgrave station, passengers will see the most famous landmark of the Puffing Billy railway line, the Monbec Creek Trestle. In addition, there are many stations along the way where passengers may exit the train.

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TOP 2
Eureka Skydeck 88
4.6/5
403 Reviews
Melbourne
813m from downtown
Observation Deck
粉红色的猴
"The Eureka Tower is the world's tallest residential building, with an 88-story glass-to-ceiling view of Melbourne and a telescope to view the landmarks of Melbourne."

Reasons to Recommend: Eureka Skydeck 88, located on the 88th floor, is 285 meters above the ground. With a direct elevator, you can overlook the entire city of Melbourne, 360 degrees, in a few seconds. There is a viewfinder for accurate observation of important landmarks throughout Melbourne. There is a small outdoor area called The Terrace that is closed during strong winds. There is also a glass cube called The Edge that extends out of the edge of the building. If you are looking for excitement, you can challenge the Serendipity mobile glass cube. You can slowly launch out of the building along with the cube, hanging in the air, which is extremely exciting.

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TOP 3
Melbourne Aquarium
4.6/5
439 Reviews
Melbourne
847m from downtown
Aquarium
美景美食玩玩玩
"Melbourne Aquarium (SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium) [1] is located in the center of Melbourne, Victoria, at the junction of King Street and Flinders Street, adjacent to the Yarra River. There are more than 500 kinds of marine life in the museum. Visitors can observe Australian-specific marine life up close and swim with large sharks. At the Underwater World Museum, visitors can touch a variety of seashells, learn about marine life from electronic simulators, and enjoy a good place for a family."

Reasons to Recommend: The Melbourne Aquarium is located on the banks of the Yarra River. It's a circular structure decked out in a blue-white color scheme. The aquarium has many exciting areas to explore for an unforgettable travel experience. It's home to Australia's massive Australian saltwater crocodiles, a rich variety of seahorse and sea dragon species as well as king and gentoo penguins. The idea of having a bit of fun with huge sea turtles and hide and seek with Nemo is no fantasy here. You can even take a transparent glass bottom boat for an adventure behind the curtain while traveling back and forth on the water yourself in search of excitement.

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TOP 4
Melbourne Zoo
4.4/5
330 Reviews
Melbourne
3.5km from downtown
Zoo
yufangyue
"Going to Australia must go to the zoo in Melbourne. The design of the park is very reasonable. I feel that the animals are free. It is said that there are 350 kinds of wild animals, and there is a butterfly house. The zoo is close to the city. You must have a map when you enter the park."

Reasons to Recommend: In the heart of Melbourne, you will find Australia's oldest zoo, The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens or Melbourne Zoo for short. Easily discover 320 animal species from different climates or stay overnight at the historical Elephant House to view nocturnal animals in their natural habitats through guided tours. The Melbourne Zoo opened to the public eye in 1862 and offers 55 acres of exotic animal sanctuaries, flower gardens and picnic areas. Keep your family in awe by taking a stroll through the Butterfly House, the Great Flight Aviary or The Trails of the Elephants.

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TOP 5
Federation Square
4.4/5
605 Reviews
Melbourne
665m from downtown
Square
美景美食玩玩玩
"Melbourne Federal Plaza is facing Flinders Railway Station in the center of Melbourne, close to the Yarra River, downtown area, shopping paradise, convenient transportation, nearby churches, art galleries, and close to the library, it is worth a visit."

Reasons to Recommend: Federation Square is known as one of Melbourne's landmarks. The architect transformed static concept graphics into dynamic real world geometry. After the sun passes, after a shower or when night falls, its atmosphere, colors, texture and grain undergo amazing changes that have shocked those in the construction industry. Federation Square is located in the heart of Melbourne. Its main structure consists of 11 buildings and some open areas. Most of the Square's functions are designed to meet the cultural and leisure needs of the people. It is an ideal place to connect with the community, share culture and expressive features, and showcase Melbourne and Victoria lifestyles.

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TOP 6
Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
4.5/5
487 Reviews
Melbourne
2.3km from downtown
Botanical Garden
杨昊鑫
"Founded in 1845, the Royal Botanical Gardens is located about five kilometers south of Melbourne's center. It is one of the best botanical gardens in Australia. The Royal Garden is decorated with 19th century garden art, and it has left some buildings and features of the last century. Since its construction, the Royal Botanic Garden has collected more than 12,000 kinds of flowers and more than 30,000 kinds of plants from all over the world."

Reasons to Recommend: The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, Australia, contain amazing plants from all over the entire world. The perfectly landscaped gardens, first established in 1846, are lush and beautiful. Spend a soothing day relaxing in the greenery and gaze at the beautiful swans and water birds that call the gardens home. There are special educational programs designed specifically for children, so bring the kids. Getting Hungry? Grab some refreshments at the Observatory Cafe or enjoy a full meal at the formal Terrace restaurant. The Plant Craft Cottage sells unique souvenirs, mementos and handcrafts.

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TOP 7
St Paul's Cathedral
4.5/5
397 Reviews
Melbourne
505m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
美景美食玩玩玩
"The St. Paul's Cathedral is so beautiful, very beautiful atmosphere, the lights at night are more charming, the environment is beautiful and elegant, very solemn, the building is magnificent, it is worth a visit."

Reasons to Recommend: St. Paul's Cathedral is located at the intersection of Swanston Street and Flinders Street. Built in 1891, it is a famous building in the city of Melbourne. It is famous for its bluestone and fine wall lines. In 1932, the church added three more spires to make it look more magnificent. The church has stained glass windows, glazed tiles, wooden chairs and red vaulted skirts. There is also a huge organ, its brilliance and lustrous color blended with the red decoration of the church. There are several memorial statues stationed outside the church as well as a very beautiful small garden.

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TOP 8
Melbourne Museum
4.5/5
234 Reviews
Melbourne
1.4km from downtown
Museum
美景美食玩玩玩
"The Melbourne Museum is located in the city center, with blue sky and white clouds, beautiful scenery, and a lot of buildings. The environment is more distinctive, making people intoxicated and pleasant. It is a good place to listen to music. The place I like is worth a visit."

Reasons to Recommend: Go back in time and learn about the fascinating history of life in Victoria and the world at large at the Melbourne Museum. Take a ride back to the 1890s in a restored Luna Park Big Dipper carriage, view over 170 artifacts and relief sculptures from the Wonders of Ancient Mesopotamia and see how Victoria has evolved over the last 600 Million years. Reconnect with nature and observe the amazing world of insects with over 100 live species, view the delicate beauty of the deep marine ecosystem and take a walk in an authentically Victorian rain forest and unravel its hidden secrets. These wonders of the world and more await you daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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TOP 9
Chinatown Melbourne
4.4/5
648 Reviews
Melbourne
277m from downtown
Featured Neighbourhood
美景美食玩玩玩
"Melbourne Chinatown, the Chinese people buy Chinese goods, eat Chinese food good place, here more people see yellow skin, a street is our favorite goods, the Chinese people shopping good place, like to patronize the Chinese restaurants and Chinese dishes here, especially like to eat seafood."

Reasons to Recommend: Centred at the eastern end of Little Bourke Street, Chinatown sits next to the Swanston commercial street in the bustling Melbourne CBD. Chinatown is a one-way street, nearly fully occupied with Chinese restaurants and grocery stores. With Chinese signs everywhere, locals not only come here to enjoy Chinese cuisine, but also to experience Chinese culture and art. During Spring Festivals, Chinatown is extremely lively with all kinds of traditional performances, such as lion dance, dragon lantern show, etc.

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TOP 10
State Library of Victoria
4.5/5
285 Reviews
Melbourne
506m from downtown
yangduoduo17
"I used to come here to study when I was in the exams, because it was very quiet. This time I was the first time I had visited the library officially, though I had been here dozens of times before. The library is very large and beautifully designed. It feels like visiting the library can enhance the culture. It is located in the center of the city and has very convenient transportation. The library is very big, very clean and very beautiful. Many tourists come to take pictures. Every exit has automatic doors, I feel intimate~"

Reasons to Recommend: A modern learning organization in the heart of historic Melbourne, the State Library of Victoria is an interesting blend of library and museum. The largest library in the state, it is home to over 2 million books and volumes of audio and video recordings. The library also contains a large selection of artwork and historical artifacts on display for the public to view. The library also plays host to an assortment of traveling exhibits and entertainment acts. This library is much more than just a place for reading. Come explore, delight in the art and maybe take in a little something.

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TOP 11
National Gallery of Victoria
4.6/5
213 Reviews
Melbourne
1.1km from downtown
Art Museum
美景美食玩玩玩
"The National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, which houses world-class art treasures from Australia, Aboriginality, Asia, Europe and the pre-Colombia era. The Gallery has 70,000 collections of works from photographs, fabrics to sculptures and paintings. From old objects to screen paintings, there are also Australian Aboriginal works of art, which are divided into different categories, and are divided into different parts. These bring to you the style of the Victorian style of the faraway Australia, and in this strange style can also appreciate the modern Australian style. People who believe that even people who don't know their language and art know how to stand before John BRack's self-portrait and feel it, and feel it calm and happy, and worth seeing [jumping] [jumping]"

Reasons to Recommend: For art fans visiting Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria needs to be at the top of your list of attractions to visit. Founded in 1861, the national gallery is the oldest public art museum in Australia. The collections features a wide range of examples of art history; from early indigenous art to current day multi-media art work. The museum also features kids friendly programming to open the world of art to them. The museum also houses a art related store, and multiple eateries that you can sit back and rest after a long day.

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TOP 12
Hosier Lane
4.5/5
211 Reviews
Melbourne
572m from downtown
Featured Neighbourhood
yangduoduo17
"The graffiti lane in Melbourne blossoms because local governments respect creativity and don't just erase it. Another reason is that artists, graffiti masters opened studios, also have a trendy clothing brand, so that the alleys quickly become the foot of the trendy people, and many photographers come to punch card mad spread, creating the existence of graffiti alleys. To find graffiti lane, a small alley near the Victoria National Gallery, Hosier Lane, is mostly large portraits, with some paintings taking up the whole wall; and graffiti masters are often improvising. Another AC/DC Lane, two blocks away from the alley, also has paintings of different styles on the walls, which are very visual and childish. Also, Union Lane, located in the center of the city, is mostly graffiti; More often, graffiti is reloaded, so every time it comes it is fresh. Because of the social freedom, which has created the graffiti culture in Melbourne, graffiti lanes are full of features. Next time you're looking for a selfie scene, consider these."

Reasons to Recommend: One of the many small lanes and arcades in Melbourne, Hosier Lane is a cobbled vehicular and pedestrian way near the southern edge of Melbourne’s central city. Hosier Lane is a celebrated repository of sophisticated urban art. The graffiti-covered walls and art-installations have become a popular backdrop for fashion and wedding photography. For those who appreciate such art, you will certainly not want to pass up and opportunity for a stroll along Hosier Lane.

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TOP 13
Melbourne Star Ferris Wheel
4.5/5
128 Reviews
Melbourne
2.3km from downtown
Ferris Wheel
美景美食玩玩玩
"Melbourne's star Ferris wheel, just like the Oriental Pearl Tower sightseeing floor, one turn is equivalent to walking through Melbourne, Melbourne is a panoramic view, tickets are not expensive, it is worth experiencing in Melbourne,"
TOP 14
Yarra River
4.4/5
319 Reviews
Melbourne
675m from downtown
River
美景美食玩玩玩
"Located in the eastern part of Victoria, the Yarra River has beautiful scenery and rich vegetation on both sides. It runs through Melbourne, dividing the city in two, and is the main river in Melbourne."

Reasons to Recommend: The lower end of the Yarra River near Melbourne, Australia, is a must-see location if you love nature. The river is home to a vast and fragile ecosystem, including several species of fish. Dolphins are often seen swimming upstream into this river due to the salinity of its southern waters. The banks of the Yarra River are home to cultural events, such as Melbourne's annual Moomba festival which includes a water skiing competition. Rowing is another popular sport along the Yarra and Melbourne's private schools are known for training their teams here.

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TOP 15
Apollo Bay
4.6/5
146 Reviews
Melbourne
154.8km from downtown
Beach
Lavender and Sun
"Apollo Bay is a beautiful beach with a wide white sandy beach, back to the Otvi Mountains. Near Moorben and Balaret, the gold fields, the bay is semi-moon-shaped and beautiful. It was a whaling station in the 1830s. It was settled in 1856 and has the largest refrigeration plant in the country. It's a famous surfing resort!"
TOP 16
Peninsula Hot Springs
4.6/5
58 Reviews
Melbourne
66.8km from downtown
Hot Springs Resort
Ornamental Hot spring
小思文
"The Peninsula Hot Spring Experience is also a very good place to relax, especially for long walks during the day, very compact itinerary, there are some tired, the hot spring experience has a small pool outdoors, the hot spring water is very natural groundwater down."
TOP 17
Cook's Cottage
4.3/5
244 Reviews
Melbourne
1.4km from downtown
Famous Residences
yangduoduo17
"This beautiful two-storey villa is in the middle of an Australian city park. It is unique and worth a visit. Introduced from Yorkshire, after careful restoration, it gives a glimpse of life in England in the 17th century. The kitchen garden and ivy are said to be brought from Yorkshire. The knowledgeable volunteers are happy to answer questions and provide information. You can try on a large shelf of costumes, and we saw many people like to try them that day."

Reasons to Recommend: To commemorate the discoverers of Australia: the famous British navigator James Cook, the Australian industrialist Sir Russell bought Captain Cook's parents in the former residence of Yorkshire, England, as a gift to the Melbourne citizens. Captain Cook’s Cabin is therefore the only building in Melbourne that was truly built in the 18th century. In fact, Captain Cook has been exploring the unknown land for the rest of his life, and he probably never stepped in this former residence in Yorkshire.

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TOP 18
St. Patrick's Cathedral
4.5/5
245 Reviews
Melbourne
1.2km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
非你不渴
"Every time I visit the church, I feel particularly shocking and exquisite. I can only praise the respect of Western civilization for the soul. But the people who come here are basically tourists, and not many locals really come here."
TOP 19
Legoland Discovery Centre
4.5/5
47 Reviews
Melbourne
13.2km from downtown
Amusement Park
小思文
"Lego is also a good place for children to enjoy, there are many rides in Lego, there are many interesting toys in the amusement park, the interior space of the exploration center is very simple, all of Lego's piled blocks"