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Take a trip to Melbourne

The cosmopolitan city of Melbourne will enchant you with its great diversity, combining art, culture and a lively urban experience. From its bustling lanes and trendy cafés to its verdant gardens and iconic landmarks, Victoria's capital is a destination that's sure to amaze. Plunge into the heart of this captivating metropolis and explore its hidden treasures, such as the famous Fitzroy district, known for its avant-garde art galleries and vintage boutiques. Stroll along the lively St Kilda promenade, where you can relax on the beach. And don't miss the legendary Queen Victoria Market, a culinary paradise brimming with fresh produce and local specialties.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Melbourne

  • Southbank district

    Whether you’re looking for entertainment, culinary delights or artistic experiences, Southbank is sure to delight. Immerse yourself in the vibrancy of this captivating neighborhood and be seduced by its cultural richness in the very heart of Melbourne.
    Your visit can begin at the prestigious Arts Centre Melbourne, a cultural complex housing the Melbourne Theatre Company, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the Australian Ballet. Let yourself be enchanted by the richness of Australia’s arts scene.
    As you cross the Southbank pedestrian bridge, you’ll be greeted by the Crown Entertainment Complex, a huge entertainment complex featuring casinos, luxury boutiques, Michelin-starred restaurants and lively bars.
    Art lovers won’t be disappointed by a visit to the National Gallery of Victoria, a world-renowned art gallery housing a vast collection of international works of art.
    When you’re in need of a relaxing break, take a stroll along Southbank Promenade and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Melbourne skyline and the Yarra River. Stop off at one of the many riverside parks to picnic, cycle or simply recharge your batteries as you take in the dynamic cityscape around you.

  • Royal Botanic Gardens

    If you’re looking for a dream destination in Australia, look no further than Cairns. This coastal city in the north-east of the country is the ideal starting point for exploring the natural wonders that surround it. Whether you’re into diving, hiking, culture or relaxation, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Cairns.
    Cairns’ star attraction is undoubtedly the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef. Cairns is not only a city of nature, it’s also a dynamic, cosmopolitan city. You can enjoy its festive atmosphere and varied gastronomy, strolling along its esplanade lined with cafés and
    Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens offer a peaceful and enchanting haven.
    Start your visit with a leisurely stroll through the Central Lawn, an open space dotted with verdant lawns, majestic trees and colorful flowerbeds. Next, head to Fern Gully, a lush garden housing an impressive collection of ferns and tropical plants. Be enchanted by the mysterious beauty of this densely forested landscape. Continue your exploration by discovering the magnificent Australian Forest Walk, where you’ll be surrounded by diverse native vegetation, from eucalyptus to banksia to acacia. Admire the richness of Australia’s flora and let yourself be captivated by the unique smells and colors of this region.
    End your visit with a moment of relaxation at the Lake Sanctuary, where you can observe a variety of water birds and enjoy the tranquility offered by the vegetation-fringed lake.

  • Saint Kilda

    Discover the bohemian Saint Kilda district on Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay. This unique place transports you to a world apart, where natural beauty blends harmoniously with the creativity and dynamism of urban life.
    Saint Kilda’s main attraction is undoubtedly its magnificent beach, a long stretch of golden sand fringed with palm trees. Enjoy a stroll along the jetty to admire the breathtaking views over the bay and discover the famous Luna Park attraction, with its Ferris wheel and retro rides.
    As you explore the lively streets of Saint Kilda, you’ll discover a vibrant arts scene. Be sure to visit the Saint Kilda Art Gallery to admire works by local and international artists. You can also immerse yourself in culture by taking in a show at the Palais Theatre, a true icon of Art Deco architecture.
    Saint Kilda is also renowned for its lively nightlife. The streets are packed with trendy bars, cafés and gourmet restaurants.

  • Phillip Island

    When you escape the hustle and bustle of Melbourne, you’ll discover the natural gem of Phillip Island, just a few hours’ drive away. This picturesque island is a true paradise for nature lovers, offering an unforgettable experience in harmony with wildlife, beaches and outdoor adventures.
    The first stop is the famous Penguin Parade, a fascinating spectacle where you can watch hundreds of little penguins emerge from the ocean to their nests at dusk. If you’re passionate about marine life, head to Seal Rocks, where you can admire a colony of fur seals in their natural habitat. For surf enthusiasts, don’t miss the beaches of Phillip Island, renowned for their exceptional waves. Point Leo Beach and Smiths Beach are popular spots with surfers from all over the world.

  • Road Trip on the Great Ocean Road

    The Great Ocean Road, one of the world’s most iconic coastal drives, awaits you south of Melbourne. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience as you discover the cliff-fringed landscapes and rock formations that line the Southern Ocean.
    Here are just a few of the highlights you won’t want to miss on your journey along this legendary route:
    1. Bells Beach: Famous for its powerful waves, Bells Beach is a paradise for surfers from all over the world. Watch the surfers take to the waves or stroll along the golden sand beach.
    2. The Twelve Apostles: A series of impressive rock formations rising majestically above the ocean. Be sure to see them at sunset for an even more magical experience.
    3. Loch Ard Gorge: This spectacular gorge offers towering cliffs, sea caves and secluded beaches. Immerse yourself in history as you discover the captivating story of the Loch Ard shipwreck in 1878.
    4. Otway National Park: Explore the natural beauty of Otway National Park, home to lush vegetation, picturesque waterfalls and magnificent hiking trails. Don’t miss the famous giant fern forest, a one-of-a-kind experience.
    5. London Arch: Formerly known as London Bridge, this natural arch offers panoramic ocean views. It’s an ideal spot for observing marine wildlife, including penguins and fur seals.
    6. Port Campbell National Park: This national park is packed with landscapes featuring stunning rock formations such as the London Arch and Gibson Gorge.

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