1. Melbourne Zoo
An internationally acclaimed zoo that takes great pride in recreating the natural habitats of its precious animals.
2. State Library of Victoria
The largest reference and research collection in Victoria, containing over a million books and journals, a large newspaper collection and hundreds of pictures, manuscripts and other items.
Offers visitors the chance to explore outer space from the comfort of a chair.
4. Rialto Towers Observation Deck
Offers spectacular views from the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere.
5. Australian Stock Exchange
View the latest developments on the share market.
6. IMAX Theatre
Home to the world's biggest screen. Take the journey of discovery with state of the art technology and crystal clear images.
A Chinese settlement that has been in existence since Victoria's goldrush of the 1850's.
8. Melbourne Concert Hall
The venue for a wide variety of performances including gala events and symphonic concerts.
9. Parliament House
Houses the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly.
10. Sidney Myer Music Bowl
An open-air auditorium for events such as 'Carols by Candlelight'.
11. Bundoora Park
Melbourne's most diverse park featuring a golf course, BBQ's, playgrounds, wetlands, woodland areas and a scenic drive to Mount Cooper.
12. Royal Botanic Gardens
One of Victoria's most popular attractions, featuring sweeping vistas, rolling lawns, elegant lakes and pleasant picnic areas. Guided and self-guided audio tours are available.
Queen Victoria Gardens
Contain well manicured lawns, mature trees, rose beds, annuals, and a statue of Queen Victoria situated on the higher ground behind the gardens.
14. Yarra and Flinders Park
56 hectares of parkland, home to Olympic Park, the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the National Tennis Centre.
15. Batman Park
Located alongside the Yarra River, this park was named after John Batman, Melbourne's cofounder.
16. Alexandra Park
Located on the Yarra River, this park is the perfect place for a picnic, a bike ride or an early morning jog.
17. Kings Domain
31 hectares of parkland, featuring the Pioneer Women's Memorial Garden, La Trobe's Cottage and a number of statues and sculptures.
18. Flagstaff Gardens
The resting place of Melbourne's earliest pioneers.
19. Fitzroy and Treasury Gardens
Home to Cook's Cottage, J.F. Kennedy memorial, the Conservatory with its floral displays, a model Tudor Village and a dolphin fountain.
20. Melbourne Park
Home to 26 tennis courts as well as the Australian Open Tennis Championships.
21. Olympic Park
A sports complex with soccer, rugby, basketball, athletics, and concert facilities.
22. National Gallery of Victoria
The focal point of an exciting variety of international blockbuster art exhibitions. It also hosts a rich Australian collection.
23. Chapungu Gallery
The largest collection of modern sculpture from Zimbabwe ever to be exhibited in Australia.
24. Westpac Gallery
Features a wide range of exhibitions that change throughout the year.
Fine Craft Gallery
Contains a collection of quality Australian, handmade studio glass, ceramics, jewellery, textiles, timber and artworks.
26. National Philatelic Centre
Contains representations of culture including stamps, film, photography, fine arts, crafts and museum objects.
27. Museum of Victoria
Features Aboriginal exhibits, dinosaurs, the Melbourne Planetarium, the Children's Museum and touring exhibitions.
28. Performing Arts Museum
Provides an exciting insight into the world of entertainment.
29. Polly Woodside Maritime Museum
A collection of models, photographs, paintings and artefacts that illustrate our maritime history.
30. Museum of Chinese Australian History
Traces the history of the Chinese people in Australia.
31. Fire Services Museum of Victoria
A display of fire fighting equipment, uniforms, helmets and a collection of toys and equipment from all over the world.
32. The Johnston Collection
A museum containing antique furniture, pictures and interesting art objects.
33. Immigration Museum
Discover stories about the dreams, aspirations, achievements and disappointments of people from all over the world who have re-settled in Victoria from the early 1800's to the present day.
34. Old Melbourne Gaol
Victoria's oldest surviving penal establishment depicting prison life in the 19th Century. Displays include the death masks and memorabilia of some of Melbourne's most notorious criminals.
35. Ancient Times House
A permanent display of the Australian Institute of Archaeology.
36. Rippon Lea House Museum and Historic Garden
The last of Australia's great privately owned 19th century suburban estates.
37. COMO Historic House and Garden
Explore the life and social history of the Armytage family as it was in the 1920/30's.
38. Coo's Cottage
Commemorates the voyages of the famous Captain James Cook.
39. Latrobe's Cottage
A living reminder of the history of the colony of Victoria.
40. Adam Lindsay Gordon Memorial
A statue of the Australian poet, Adam Lindsay Gordon.
41. Old Treasury Building
Symbolises the wealth of the gold rush era, and showcases a diverse ongoing program of exhibitions.
42. Shrine of Remembrance
Commemorates those persons who served for Australia in the war.
43. St Francis's Church
The oldest catholic church in Victoria and the original cathedral church of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne.
44. St Patricks Cathedral
A splendid example of Gothic Revival Architecture.
45. St John's Southgate
A building integrated architecturally and functionally with the Southgate Complex.
46. Royal Mint
Contains important collections belonging to the Royal Historical Society of Victoria.
47. South Melbourne Market
Offers a range of goods including clothing, jewellery and fresh fish.
48. The Sunday Market
Offers high quality arts and crafts.
49. Bourke St Mall
Contains a range of shops and arcades as well as two large department stores.
50. Melbourne Central
Houses over 160 stores including restaurants and boutiques.
51. Victorian Arts Centre
The focal point of Melbourne's social and cultural scene. Features include performances of music, drama, ballet and opera.
52. Queen Victoria Market
The largest outdoor market in the world with over 1000 traders on display. Items include food, fashion, plants, crafts, souvenirs and fresh produce.
53. Victorian Tapestry Workshop
See weavers producing large handwoven tapestries.
54. Melbourne Cricket Ground
Famous for all top cricket and football events and concerts.
55. St Paul's Cathedral
A gothic style Anglican cathedral containing mosaics, carvings and stained glass Pipeworks
56. Fun Market
Features 400 variety shops and stalls, 2 food courts, entertainment, kids rides and Victoria's only bungy jump.