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Sunny’s Guidebook to Greater Melbourne

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Sunny’s Guidebook to Greater Melbourne

Food scene
Step through the grand red gates of Melbourne's Chinatown and enter a whole new world of Asian cuisine, karaoke, cocktail bars and fashion boutiques. Explore the strip of nineteenth century buildings between Swanston and Spring streets on Little Bourke Street – Australia's oldest Chinatown. Dumplings and chilli kicks Fill your belly in the renowned Asian restaurants Shark Fin and Westlake, where yum cha is the word for lunch, or try the fabulous Flower Drum for Cantonese fine dining. Sample the city's best dumplings at HuTong Dumpling Bar, Shandong Mama and China Red. Bright lights, big nights Choose the perfect spot for dinner, then follow the lanterns and neon lights down a laneway or up a flight of stairs for cocktail sorcery at the Croft Institute, New Gold Mountain or Union Electric. Kick on with late-night karaoke at Heroes. Chinese Australia Visit the Chinese Museum in Cohen Place and learn the story of Chinese Australia. Take a guided walk through Little Bourke Street's buildings and lanes to uncover more of Melbourne's hidden history. Celebrate Join the fun at yearly Chinatown festivals. Don't miss the Asian Food Festival in spring and traditional Chinese New Year celebrations.
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Step through the grand red gates of Melbourne's Chinatown and enter a whole new world of Asian cuisine, karaoke, cocktail bars and fashion boutiques. Explore the strip of nineteenth century buildings between Swanston and Spring streets on Little Bourke Street – Australia's oldest Chinatown. Dumplings and chilli kicks Fill your belly in the renowned Asian restaurants Shark Fin and Westlake, where yum cha is the word for lunch, or try the fabulous Flower Drum for Cantonese fine dining. Sample the city's best dumplings at HuTong Dumpling Bar, Shandong Mama and China Red. Bright lights, big nights Choose the perfect spot for dinner, then follow the lanterns and neon lights down a laneway or up a flight of stairs for cocktail sorcery at the Croft Institute, New Gold Mountain or Union Electric. Kick on with late-night karaoke at Heroes. Chinese Australia Visit the Chinese Museum in Cohen Place and learn the story of Chinese Australia. Take a guided walk through Little Bourke Street's buildings and lanes to uncover more of Melbourne's hidden history. Celebrate Join the fun at yearly Chinatown festivals. Don't miss the Asian Food Festival in spring and traditional Chinese New Year celebrations.
Just across Flinders Lane from Centre Place, bustling Degraves Street was one of the first Melbourne 'laneways' to make such a ruckus. Join the happy throng, which includes students and shoppers, tourists and lunchtime workers, on this pedestrian walkway linking the city's fashion precinct with Flinders Street Station. Take your friends from out-of-town to Degraves Espresso, a quintessentially Melbourne cafe experience. Despite the Parisian vibe cast by the cafe umbrellas in the shadow of the impressive Majorca Building, the dining on Degraves veers towards the Italian, with Il Tempo and Andiamo leading the charge. For the sugar fiends, there's Little Cupcakes and Waffle On. Sharpen up with a short course at the Centre for Adult Education campus, stocking up on artisan notebooks at Il Papiro and canvassing the goods at Senior Art Supplies. Traverse the cobblestones with new kicks from Sole Devotion, adorn the earlobes with quirky wares from Sine Qua Non and celebrate all things Victorian at Clementine's. Descend the stairs to subterranean Campbell Arcade, which connects to Flinders Street Station. Check out the artworks in the Dirty Dozen exhibition windows or enjoy more culinary and creative adventures at Cup of Truth, Corky St Claire and the curious zine outlet, Sticky.
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Degraves Street
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Just across Flinders Lane from Centre Place, bustling Degraves Street was one of the first Melbourne 'laneways' to make such a ruckus. Join the happy throng, which includes students and shoppers, tourists and lunchtime workers, on this pedestrian walkway linking the city's fashion precinct with Flinders Street Station. Take your friends from out-of-town to Degraves Espresso, a quintessentially Melbourne cafe experience. Despite the Parisian vibe cast by the cafe umbrellas in the shadow of the impressive Majorca Building, the dining on Degraves veers towards the Italian, with Il Tempo and Andiamo leading the charge. For the sugar fiends, there's Little Cupcakes and Waffle On. Sharpen up with a short course at the Centre for Adult Education campus, stocking up on artisan notebooks at Il Papiro and canvassing the goods at Senior Art Supplies. Traverse the cobblestones with new kicks from Sole Devotion, adorn the earlobes with quirky wares from Sine Qua Non and celebrate all things Victorian at Clementine's. Descend the stairs to subterranean Campbell Arcade, which connects to Flinders Street Station. Check out the artworks in the Dirty Dozen exhibition windows or enjoy more culinary and creative adventures at Cup of Truth, Corky St Claire and the curious zine outlet, Sticky.
Queen Victoria Market is an authentic, bustling, inner-city market that has been the heart and soul of Melbourne for 140 years. Home to over 600 small businesses, it is a great place to discover fresh and specialty produce, hand-made and unique products, great coffee and food, souvenirs and clothing. Shopping at the Market has always been one of life’s great pleasures. It is not just the abundance of fresh food, it’s the friendly banter with the traders, the vibrant and multicultural atmosphere, the special events and festivals, and the sense of belonging that comes with it. Be sure to take the Ultimate Foodie Tour, a two-hour guided walking tour where you’ll taste the freshest produce, discover unique ingredients, learn tips and tricks for shopping and cooking, discover the Market's history and meet some of our beloved traders. Bookings essential at qvm.com.au/tours Queen Victoria Market is also home to the Night Market on Wednesday nights, showcasing global street food, live music and entertainment, festival bars, specialty shopping and a great Melbourne night out. The Market also offers a historic venue space with a range of indoor and outdoor spaces.
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Queen Victoria Market
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Queen Victoria Market is an authentic, bustling, inner-city market that has been the heart and soul of Melbourne for 140 years. Home to over 600 small businesses, it is a great place to discover fresh and specialty produce, hand-made and unique products, great coffee and food, souvenirs and clothing. Shopping at the Market has always been one of life’s great pleasures. It is not just the abundance of fresh food, it’s the friendly banter with the traders, the vibrant and multicultural atmosphere, the special events and festivals, and the sense of belonging that comes with it. Be sure to take the Ultimate Foodie Tour, a two-hour guided walking tour where you’ll taste the freshest produce, discover unique ingredients, learn tips and tricks for shopping and cooking, discover the Market's history and meet some of our beloved traders. Bookings essential at qvm.com.au/tours Queen Victoria Market is also home to the Night Market on Wednesday nights, showcasing global street food, live music and entertainment, festival bars, specialty shopping and a great Melbourne night out. The Market also offers a historic venue space with a range of indoor and outdoor spaces.
Arts and Culture
Discover art, classic and contemporary, local and international at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). The NGV's two impressive galleries are right in the city centre and just a short stroll from one another. Visit major international touring exhibitions and wander collections of European, Asian, Oceanic and American art at NGV International, the iconic St Kilda Road gallery with its famous waterall and Great Hall. Cross the river to discover the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at the heart of Federation Square. With more Australian art on permanent display than any other in the world, the Ian Potter Centre is a must-visit for its collections of Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous art as well as touring exhibitions. At either location, allow extra time for the gallery shop and its impressively curated collections of books, wearable art, cards and quirk.
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维多利亚国家美术馆
180 St Kilda Rd
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Discover art, classic and contemporary, local and international at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). The NGV's two impressive galleries are right in the city centre and just a short stroll from one another. Visit major international touring exhibitions and wander collections of European, Asian, Oceanic and American art at NGV International, the iconic St Kilda Road gallery with its famous waterall and Great Hall. Cross the river to discover the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at the heart of Federation Square. With more Australian art on permanent display than any other in the world, the Ian Potter Centre is a must-visit for its collections of Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous art as well as touring exhibitions. At either location, allow extra time for the gallery shop and its impressively curated collections of books, wearable art, cards and quirk.
Please note the gallery is currently closed for installation of an upcoming exhibition. The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is an Australian flagship contemporary art space, and a leading centre for the artistic and wider communities to participate in a critically engaged contemporary art culture that encourages curiosity and transformation. ACCA develops exhibitions exploring the ideas and work of significant artists from around the world, commissions ambitious new works by local and international artists, and delivers a range of curatorial, education and public programs including talks, lectures, symposia, performances, screenings, music and events. Renowned for the outstanding quality of its programs, and its capacity to bring inspiring Australian and international art to audiences, ACCA is a champion of new art and bold ideas, and a dynamic platform for current and future generations of artists, thinkers, enthusiasts and supporters of the visual arts. Housed in one of Melbourne’s most iconic buildings on Sturt Street in the Southbank Arts Precinct, ACCA is a short tram ride or 10 minute walk from Flinders Street Station. Please visit the website to confirm exhibition dates, and for the latest information on exhibitions and events.
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澳大利亚当代艺术中心
111 Sturt St
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Please note the gallery is currently closed for installation of an upcoming exhibition. The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is an Australian flagship contemporary art space, and a leading centre for the artistic and wider communities to participate in a critically engaged contemporary art culture that encourages curiosity and transformation. ACCA develops exhibitions exploring the ideas and work of significant artists from around the world, commissions ambitious new works by local and international artists, and delivers a range of curatorial, education and public programs including talks, lectures, symposia, performances, screenings, music and events. Renowned for the outstanding quality of its programs, and its capacity to bring inspiring Australian and international art to audiences, ACCA is a champion of new art and bold ideas, and a dynamic platform for current and future generations of artists, thinkers, enthusiasts and supporters of the visual arts. Housed in one of Melbourne’s most iconic buildings on Sturt Street in the Southbank Arts Precinct, ACCA is a short tram ride or 10 minute walk from Flinders Street Station. Please visit the website to confirm exhibition dates, and for the latest information on exhibitions and events.
Heide Museum of Modern Art, or Heide as it is affectionately known, began life in 1934 as the Melbourne home of John and Sunday Reed and has since evolved into one of Australia's most unique destinations for modern and contemporary Australian art. Located just twenty minutes from the city, Heide boasts fifteen acres of beautiful gardens, three dedicated exhibition spaces, two historic kitchen gardens, a sculpture park and the Heide Store. Café Heide, located in the sculpture plaza opposite the main entrance of the museum, serves coffee, breakfast and a delicious lunch-time menu that focuses on seasonal produce grown in the kitchen garden. Visit the website for information on the exhibitions and programs and to discover the museum's fascinating history.
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海德现代艺术博物馆
7 Templestowe Rd
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Heide Museum of Modern Art, or Heide as it is affectionately known, began life in 1934 as the Melbourne home of John and Sunday Reed and has since evolved into one of Australia's most unique destinations for modern and contemporary Australian art. Located just twenty minutes from the city, Heide boasts fifteen acres of beautiful gardens, three dedicated exhibition spaces, two historic kitchen gardens, a sculpture park and the Heide Store. Café Heide, located in the sculpture plaza opposite the main entrance of the museum, serves coffee, breakfast and a delicious lunch-time menu that focuses on seasonal produce grown in the kitchen garden. Visit the website for information on the exhibitions and programs and to discover the museum's fascinating history.
** Please note the Museum is closed for redevelopment, due to reopen mid 2020** Stories that transport you, ideas that transform you at ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image). Immerse yourself in the world of film, television, digital culture and art at ACMI's permanent free exhibition, Screen Worlds. Year round, you'll find new and immersive exhibitions to delight and inspire. As the home of Melbourne's best and most popular film festivals, great Australian and international cinema and regular screenings for all ages: popular award winners and lovers of cult classics, ACMI presents an unparalleled annual calendar. Visit the ACMI Shop, the ultimate store for film buffs or relax in ACMI Cafe and Bar overlooking Federation Square.
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澳大利亚活动影像中心
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** Please note the Museum is closed for redevelopment, due to reopen mid 2020** Stories that transport you, ideas that transform you at ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image). Immerse yourself in the world of film, television, digital culture and art at ACMI's permanent free exhibition, Screen Worlds. Year round, you'll find new and immersive exhibitions to delight and inspire. As the home of Melbourne's best and most popular film festivals, great Australian and international cinema and regular screenings for all ages: popular award winners and lovers of cult classics, ACMI presents an unparalleled annual calendar. Visit the ACMI Shop, the ultimate store for film buffs or relax in ACMI Cafe and Bar overlooking Federation Square.
Sightseeing
Walk down the famous bluestone laneway and admire the street art that has made the Melbourne urban art scene known across the globe. Take in the dizzying array of colours, characters and shapes created by local and international artists alike. Pick out everything from stencils and paste-ups to murals and installations. Take a wander on your own or join one of the popular walking tours to get some background on the artists and their work. Take a detour round into Rutledge Lane and explore the work lining the walls, windows and wheelie bins of this sister 'gallery'. Once you've had your fill of the colour and mayhem of the street art, slow things down with a refreshing cocktail at Bar Tini – a popular pre-gig drink spot for the Forum Theatre crowd. Alternatively, sit elbow-to-elbow with other hungry punters at Movida – one of the city's best tapas restaurants.
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Hosier Lane
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Walk down the famous bluestone laneway and admire the street art that has made the Melbourne urban art scene known across the globe. Take in the dizzying array of colours, characters and shapes created by local and international artists alike. Pick out everything from stencils and paste-ups to murals and installations. Take a wander on your own or join one of the popular walking tours to get some background on the artists and their work. Take a detour round into Rutledge Lane and explore the work lining the walls, windows and wheelie bins of this sister 'gallery'. Once you've had your fill of the colour and mayhem of the street art, slow things down with a refreshing cocktail at Bar Tini – a popular pre-gig drink spot for the Forum Theatre crowd. Alternatively, sit elbow-to-elbow with other hungry punters at Movida – one of the city's best tapas restaurants.
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联邦广场
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雅拉河
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Stand beneath the clocks of Melbourne's iconic railway station, as tourists and Melburnians have done for generations. Take a train for outer-Melbourne explorations, join a tour to learn more about the history of the grand building, or go underneath the station to see the changing exhibitions that line Campbell Arcade.
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福林德街火车站
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Stand beneath the clocks of Melbourne's iconic railway station, as tourists and Melburnians have done for generations. Take a train for outer-Melbourne explorations, join a tour to learn more about the history of the grand building, or go underneath the station to see the changing exhibitions that line Campbell Arcade.
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Albert Park Lake
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Shopping
Since opening its doors way back in 1892, Block Arcade has remained one of Melbourne's best-loved and most ornate shopping precincts. Home to the iconic Hopetoun Tea Rooms, in operation since the arcade was first built, the arcade boasts a soaring glass canopy and mosaic floors, which were inspired by Milan's famed Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Saunter in off Collins Street and make your way through the dazzling interiors, checking out the bespoke tailors and jewellers, art dealers and spice merchants that inhabit this special piece of Melbourne. Recharge with High Tea at the Hopetoun Tea Rooms or pick up sweet nothings at the chocolate shop to keep you going. Walk on through to Block Place or Block Court and continue exploring the bustling cafes and bakeries, boutiques and specialty shops.
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The Block Arcade
282 Collins St
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Since opening its doors way back in 1892, Block Arcade has remained one of Melbourne's best-loved and most ornate shopping precincts. Home to the iconic Hopetoun Tea Rooms, in operation since the arcade was first built, the arcade boasts a soaring glass canopy and mosaic floors, which were inspired by Milan's famed Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Saunter in off Collins Street and make your way through the dazzling interiors, checking out the bespoke tailors and jewellers, art dealers and spice merchants that inhabit this special piece of Melbourne. Recharge with High Tea at the Hopetoun Tea Rooms or pick up sweet nothings at the chocolate shop to keep you going. Walk on through to Block Place or Block Court and continue exploring the bustling cafes and bakeries, boutiques and specialty shops.
Be assured of the best of the best at Emporium Melbourne, the see-it-to-believe-it, one-stop, super stylish, cutting edge shopping mecca. Emporium Melbourne is home to a veritable shopping bag of first-to-Australia brands and sleek and shiny Melbourne flagship stores, plus a food and drink stops that redefine the very notion of shopping sustenance. On your marks, get set, shop. Check out these international fashion goliaths at Emporium Melbourne: Kate Spade Michael Kors Marc Cain Brooks Brothers FREYWILLE UNIQLO Zoo York
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Emporium Melbourne
287 Lonsdale St
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Be assured of the best of the best at Emporium Melbourne, the see-it-to-believe-it, one-stop, super stylish, cutting edge shopping mecca. Emporium Melbourne is home to a veritable shopping bag of first-to-Australia brands and sleek and shiny Melbourne flagship stores, plus a food and drink stops that redefine the very notion of shopping sustenance. On your marks, get set, shop. Check out these international fashion goliaths at Emporium Melbourne: Kate Spade Michael Kors Marc Cain Brooks Brothers FREYWILLE UNIQLO Zoo York
Chadstone – The Fashion Capital is Australia's number one retail, dining and entertainment destination for local and international visitors. An all-encompassing retail experience, Chadstone features over 550 stores, designer boutiques and over 35 luxury brands including Louis Vuitton, Prada, Tiffany & Co, Chanel, Celine, Givenchy, Fendi, Jimmy Choo, Dior, and more. Chadstone offers the very best in food, with gourmet providores and fresh food specialists, and an impressive line-up of international restaurants, casual dining eateries and quick bite options - with over 95 dining and fresh food outlets to choose from. Chadstone loves to entertain, and visitors looking to extend on their shopping experience can relax in the HOYTS Cinema Complex where every seat reclines or visit Australia’s first and only LegoLand Discovery Centre. Just 25 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, you can access Chadstone by car, bus, train or the free shuttle bus services which depart Federation Square and some CBD hotels multiple times a day. Chadstone – The Fashion Capital is located on the way to Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade and the Mornington Peninsula. The Chadstone Visitor Lounge opened in late 2018 and in November 2019, the 250 room Hotel Chadstone Melbourne, MGallery by Sofitel hotel opened.
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查斯頓購物中心
1341 Dandenong Road
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Chadstone – The Fashion Capital is Australia's number one retail, dining and entertainment destination for local and international visitors. An all-encompassing retail experience, Chadstone features over 550 stores, designer boutiques and over 35 luxury brands including Louis Vuitton, Prada, Tiffany & Co, Chanel, Celine, Givenchy, Fendi, Jimmy Choo, Dior, and more. Chadstone offers the very best in food, with gourmet providores and fresh food specialists, and an impressive line-up of international restaurants, casual dining eateries and quick bite options - with over 95 dining and fresh food outlets to choose from. Chadstone loves to entertain, and visitors looking to extend on their shopping experience can relax in the HOYTS Cinema Complex where every seat reclines or visit Australia’s first and only LegoLand Discovery Centre. Just 25 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, you can access Chadstone by car, bus, train or the free shuttle bus services which depart Federation Square and some CBD hotels multiple times a day. Chadstone – The Fashion Capital is located on the way to Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade and the Mornington Peninsula. The Chadstone Visitor Lounge opened in late 2018 and in November 2019, the 250 room Hotel Chadstone Melbourne, MGallery by Sofitel hotel opened.
Need a Yellow Lion to complete your Voltron set? Maybe a lava lamp is more your bag? If it's retro or kitsch you want - or both - then Chapel Street Bazaar should be your first stop. Home to dozens of vintage stalls, it's a treasure trove of furniture, toys, homewares and tidbits.
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Chapel Street Bazaar
217 Chapel St
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Need a Yellow Lion to complete your Voltron set? Maybe a lava lamp is more your bag? If it's retro or kitsch you want - or both - then Chapel Street Bazaar should be your first stop. Home to dozens of vintage stalls, it's a treasure trove of furniture, toys, homewares and tidbits.
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DFO South Wharf
20 Convention Centre Pl
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The District Docklands
440 Docklands Dr
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Take a deep breath and dive into the bustling hive of commerce that is the Bourke Street Mall, emerging hours later, arms laden with shopping bags, ears reverberating with the sounds of the street's lively buskers. Melbourne's retail heart links Swanston and Elizabeth streets and is only open to trams and pedestrians. Listen out for the bells of approaching trams as you drift between department stores and the flagships of fashion retailers.
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Bourke Street Mall
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Take a deep breath and dive into the bustling hive of commerce that is the Bourke Street Mall, emerging hours later, arms laden with shopping bags, ears reverberating with the sounds of the street's lively buskers. Melbourne's retail heart links Swanston and Elizabeth streets and is only open to trams and pedestrians. Listen out for the bells of approaching trams as you drift between department stores and the flagships of fashion retailers.
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墨尔本中央购物中心
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Education
A visit to Melbourne Museum is a rich, surprising insight into life in Victoria. It shows you Victoria's intriguing permanent collections and bring you brilliant temporary exhibitions from near and far. You'll see Victoria's natural environment, cultures and history through different perspectives. The Melbourne Museum left its old home in the State Library Building in 1997, and into a building located in Carlton Gardens that was designed by Denton Corker Marshall. The new Melbourne Museum reopened on 21 October 2000. Inside, you'll find the Forest Gallery, the living heart of the museum and home to tall trees and wondrous wildlife. The Science and Life Gallery at the west end, where you'll find bugs, dinosaurs, fossils and more. Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, a place imbued with the living traditions and knowledge of Koorie people and other cultures from around Australia. Te Pasifika Gallery, a bright soaring space filled with treasures from the Pacific Islands. The Children's Gallery packed with things for little kids to see and do and the Touring Hall, where major exhibitions from around the world are displayed.
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墨尔本博物馆
11 Nicholson St
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A visit to Melbourne Museum is a rich, surprising insight into life in Victoria. It shows you Victoria's intriguing permanent collections and bring you brilliant temporary exhibitions from near and far. You'll see Victoria's natural environment, cultures and history through different perspectives. The Melbourne Museum left its old home in the State Library Building in 1997, and into a building located in Carlton Gardens that was designed by Denton Corker Marshall. The new Melbourne Museum reopened on 21 October 2000. Inside, you'll find the Forest Gallery, the living heart of the museum and home to tall trees and wondrous wildlife. The Science and Life Gallery at the west end, where you'll find bugs, dinosaurs, fossils and more. Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, a place imbued with the living traditions and knowledge of Koorie people and other cultures from around Australia. Te Pasifika Gallery, a bright soaring space filled with treasures from the Pacific Islands. The Children's Gallery packed with things for little kids to see and do and the Touring Hall, where major exhibitions from around the world are displayed.
SEA LIFE Melbourne takes you on an interactive ocean adventure filled with amazing discovery and magical marine stories. Explore the creatures and features of the ocean like never before with the thousands of colourful aquatic animals that call SEA LIFE home. Become a Rockpool Explorer as you embark on a marine adventure from the depths of the ocean dominated by sharks and massive stingrays, to the icy cool waters of Antarctica, home to the majestic King and cheeky Gentoo penguins. Journey back in time and meet the pre-historic giants of the ocean at the latest, must-see Ancient Oceans exhibit. Visitors will discover more about the magnificent ancient creatures and get close to some remarkable animals that have lived for millions of years. With interactive animal displays, magical marine stories, and expert keeper presentations, SEA LIFE Melbourne is sure to inspire love for the oceans.
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墨尔本海洋生物水族馆
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SEA LIFE Melbourne takes you on an interactive ocean adventure filled with amazing discovery and magical marine stories. Explore the creatures and features of the ocean like never before with the thousands of colourful aquatic animals that call SEA LIFE home. Become a Rockpool Explorer as you embark on a marine adventure from the depths of the ocean dominated by sharks and massive stingrays, to the icy cool waters of Antarctica, home to the majestic King and cheeky Gentoo penguins. Journey back in time and meet the pre-historic giants of the ocean at the latest, must-see Ancient Oceans exhibit. Visitors will discover more about the magnificent ancient creatures and get close to some remarkable animals that have lived for millions of years. With interactive animal displays, magical marine stories, and expert keeper presentations, SEA LIFE Melbourne is sure to inspire love for the oceans.
When Scienceworks opened in 1992, its vision was a place for young people to play with science. Scienceworks linked Melbourne's industry, heritage and applied technology in one place: a new building looking across the arena to the century-old Pumping Station, all under the grand arc of the West Gate Bridge. Today, Scienceworks is bursting with things to challenge curious minds of all ages. In just one visit, you can stroll among the gigantic machines that kept the city running, enjoy electrifying theatre in the Lightning Room, let your little ones roam safely in enclosed spaces, wander through immersive exhibitions and drop into deep space in the Melbourne Planetarium. Like its visitors, the team at Scienceworks are always asking questions. How does it work? Why does it do that? How is our world changing? Join them on an expedition to understand the mysteries of the universe and our everyday lives.
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科学展览中心
2 Booker St
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When Scienceworks opened in 1992, its vision was a place for young people to play with science. Scienceworks linked Melbourne's industry, heritage and applied technology in one place: a new building looking across the arena to the century-old Pumping Station, all under the grand arc of the West Gate Bridge. Today, Scienceworks is bursting with things to challenge curious minds of all ages. In just one visit, you can stroll among the gigantic machines that kept the city running, enjoy electrifying theatre in the Lightning Room, let your little ones roam safely in enclosed spaces, wander through immersive exhibitions and drop into deep space in the Melbourne Planetarium. Like its visitors, the team at Scienceworks are always asking questions. How does it work? Why does it do that? How is our world changing? Join them on an expedition to understand the mysteries of the universe and our everyday lives.
Spectator Events
After non-stop action and entertainment for the best Australian summer? Head to Melbourne and get ready for the most thrilling and highly anticipated Grand Slam at Australian Open. Over two adrenaline-charged weeks, see the world’s best tennis players hit the global stage at Melbourne Park to battle it out for the ultimate glory. Every year the Australian Open gets bigger, better, more intense and more breathtaking as these stunning athletes leave nothing to chance in their quest for the championship trophy. With more entertainment, food and family friendly options than ever before, there is something for everyone at the Australian Open. Visit the Australian Open website for tickets and travel packages, or sign up to Australian Open Update for all the latest news and offers.
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Australian Open Tennis Courts
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After non-stop action and entertainment for the best Australian summer? Head to Melbourne and get ready for the most thrilling and highly anticipated Grand Slam at Australian Open. Over two adrenaline-charged weeks, see the world’s best tennis players hit the global stage at Melbourne Park to battle it out for the ultimate glory. Every year the Australian Open gets bigger, better, more intense and more breathtaking as these stunning athletes leave nothing to chance in their quest for the championship trophy. With more entertainment, food and family friendly options than ever before, there is something for everyone at the Australian Open. Visit the Australian Open website for tickets and travel packages, or sign up to Australian Open Update for all the latest news and offers.
AAMI Park is Melbourne's premier rectangular stadium and home to the Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Victory, Melbourne City and Melbourne Rebels. Located one kilometre east of Melbourne city centre and nestled between the Yarra River and the Melbourne Cricket Ground, AAMI Park features a cutting-edge Bioframe design with a geodesic dome roof which substantially covers the seating area. The beauty of the design is that spectators will enjoy unobstructed views, free from pillars, walls or other support structures. This design required 50 per cent less steel than a typical stadium roof of the same size. Built on Edwin Flack field, AAMI Park rivals the world's best in becoming a world-class event and sports administration complex. It also features a sports campus, including an elite training centre and office accommodation that rivals the world's best. Victoria's burgeoning rugby and soccer codes have long awaited a dedicated stadium to accommodate elite level crowds in way that provides the intimate viewing experience afforded by purpose built venues. AAMI Park provides the missing link in Melbourne's sporting infrastructure for a medium sized rectangular pitch stadium.
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墨尔本矩形球场
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AAMI Park is Melbourne's premier rectangular stadium and home to the Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Victory, Melbourne City and Melbourne Rebels. Located one kilometre east of Melbourne city centre and nestled between the Yarra River and the Melbourne Cricket Ground, AAMI Park features a cutting-edge Bioframe design with a geodesic dome roof which substantially covers the seating area. The beauty of the design is that spectators will enjoy unobstructed views, free from pillars, walls or other support structures. This design required 50 per cent less steel than a typical stadium roof of the same size. Built on Edwin Flack field, AAMI Park rivals the world's best in becoming a world-class event and sports administration complex. It also features a sports campus, including an elite training centre and office accommodation that rivals the world's best. Victoria's burgeoning rugby and soccer codes have long awaited a dedicated stadium to accommodate elite level crowds in way that provides the intimate viewing experience afforded by purpose built venues. AAMI Park provides the missing link in Melbourne's sporting infrastructure for a medium sized rectangular pitch stadium.
In sport-mad Melbourne one venue stands head and shoulders above the rest as the epicentre of Victorian sport – The Melbourne Cricket Ground. 'The G' Affectionately known as 'The G' to locals and cricketing fans the world over, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is a cultural icon and one of the most important cricket grounds in the world. History in the grass The spiritual home of Australian cricket as well as the Australian Football League (AFL), the MCG has also played host to countless high profile events, including the 1956 Olympics, the 2006 Commonwealth Games, and concerts by the Rolling Stones and Madonna. Football and cricket With a massive seating capacity of 100,000, the MCG hosts more than 90 days of cricket and Australian Football each year, with more than 3.5 million excitable fans passing through the gates each year. Event tickets Seating is usually divided into three areas: public, MCC members and AFL members. Most events allow for pre-purchase of reserved seats in public areas for guaranteed entry. Unsold seats are available for purchase on a general admission basis at the public gate on event day. Some exceptions exist, so call ahead to check. Food and drink Food and drink kiosks operate around the ground on event days. Look for the red and white signs. Options from salads, sushi and sandwiches, to wraps, kebabs, burgers and rolls, pies, hot dogs, chicken and fish are available. You’ll also find snacks like chips, ice-cream, doughnuts and muffins on site – and of course fresh coffee. Where to stay There are several hotels within walking distance of the MCG and an abundance of choices in Melbourne's central business district (CBD). Choose from the Hilton on Wellington Parade, Flag Choice on Jolimont Road, Royal Hotel on Punt Road and the many backpacker places and budget options in the city. Getting there The MCG is in Yarra Park, between the suburbs of Richmond and East Melbourne, a 15 minute walk from the city. Walk across the William Barak bridge, from Birrarung Marr, near Federation Square to Yarra Park. Access the Great Southern Stand via gates 4 or 5, the Ponsford Stand via gate 1, and the Olympic Stand via gate 3. Climb the steps to gate 5, or use the ramp in front of gate 4. Access gate 1 via the Rod Laver Arena footbridge or ramp on the corner of Jolimont Street and Jolimont Terrace.
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In sport-mad Melbourne one venue stands head and shoulders above the rest as the epicentre of Victorian sport – The Melbourne Cricket Ground. 'The G' Affectionately known as 'The G' to locals and cricketing fans the world over, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is a cultural icon and one of the most important cricket grounds in the world. History in the grass The spiritual home of Australian cricket as well as the Australian Football League (AFL), the MCG has also played host to countless high profile events, including the 1956 Olympics, the 2006 Commonwealth Games, and concerts by the Rolling Stones and Madonna. Football and cricket With a massive seating capacity of 100,000, the MCG hosts more than 90 days of cricket and Australian Football each year, with more than 3.5 million excitable fans passing through the gates each year. Event tickets Seating is usually divided into three areas: public, MCC members and AFL members. Most events allow for pre-purchase of reserved seats in public areas for guaranteed entry. Unsold seats are available for purchase on a general admission basis at the public gate on event day. Some exceptions exist, so call ahead to check. Food and drink Food and drink kiosks operate around the ground on event days. Look for the red and white signs. Options from salads, sushi and sandwiches, to wraps, kebabs, burgers and rolls, pies, hot dogs, chicken and fish are available. You’ll also find snacks like chips, ice-cream, doughnuts and muffins on site – and of course fresh coffee. Where to stay There are several hotels within walking distance of the MCG and an abundance of choices in Melbourne's central business district (CBD). Choose from the Hilton on Wellington Parade, Flag Choice on Jolimont Road, Royal Hotel on Punt Road and the many backpacker places and budget options in the city. Getting there The MCG is in Yarra Park, between the suburbs of Richmond and East Melbourne, a 15 minute walk from the city. Walk across the William Barak bridge, from Birrarung Marr, near Federation Square to Yarra Park. Access the Great Southern Stand via gates 4 or 5, the Ponsford Stand via gate 1, and the Olympic Stand via gate 3. Climb the steps to gate 5, or use the ramp in front of gate 4. Access gate 1 via the Rod Laver Arena footbridge or ramp on the corner of Jolimont Street and Jolimont Terrace.
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Peninsula Hot Springs is an award-winning natural hot springs and day spa destination on the Mornington Peninsula, just 90 minutes from Melbourne. Natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths at this coastal oasis, providing an idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. Bath House is a social bathing area and features over 50 globally inspired bathing experiences. These include a cave pool, reflexology walk, Turkish hamam and hilltop pool with 360-degree views of the region. Bath House Amphitheatre includes seven geothermal pools, an ice cave, two saunas, open air stage, café and wellness centre. Spa Dreaming Centre is a blissful sanctuary with an emphasis on tranquil spaces, designed for guests 16 years and older. Experiences include thermal mineral pools, cold plunge pool, massaging bamboo showers, traditional sauna, Moroccan hamam, Zen Chi massage, infrared sauna, hanging tree pods and poolside lounges. The unique wellness program combines healing waters with a range of movement and mindfulness activities to create the ultimate wellbeing experience. Guests can choose to enrich and deepen their wellness experience with yoga, pilates, body clay, fire and ice, reformer pilates and aerial yoga.
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Peninsula Hot Springs
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Peninsula Hot Springs is an award-winning natural hot springs and day spa destination on the Mornington Peninsula, just 90 minutes from Melbourne. Natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths at this coastal oasis, providing an idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. Bath House is a social bathing area and features over 50 globally inspired bathing experiences. These include a cave pool, reflexology walk, Turkish hamam and hilltop pool with 360-degree views of the region. Bath House Amphitheatre includes seven geothermal pools, an ice cave, two saunas, open air stage, café and wellness centre. Spa Dreaming Centre is a blissful sanctuary with an emphasis on tranquil spaces, designed for guests 16 years and older. Experiences include thermal mineral pools, cold plunge pool, massaging bamboo showers, traditional sauna, Moroccan hamam, Zen Chi massage, infrared sauna, hanging tree pods and poolside lounges. The unique wellness program combines healing waters with a range of movement and mindfulness activities to create the ultimate wellbeing experience. Guests can choose to enrich and deepen their wellness experience with yoga, pilates, body clay, fire and ice, reformer pilates and aerial yoga.
Hepburn Springs’ only historic Bathhouse, has been providing traditional wellness bathing since 1895. Drawing mineral rich waters directly from the natural source, this iconic bathhouse reconnects you with an array of mineral wellness experiences including indulgent 100% pure private mineral baths and a selection of specifically designed wellness packages. Explore the curative effects of mineral welness in the facilities which include a relaxation pool, spa pool, an aroma steam room, magnesium salt therapy pool, monsoon showers, creekside pool, walk-in cool down pool and spa couches submerged in mineral water, complemented by extensive relaxation decks. From private healing mineral baths to the signature rituals, steam therapies, massage therapies, facial therapies, body therapies and more, every treatment at the spa will rejuvenate and reinvigorate.
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Hepburn Springs’ only historic Bathhouse, has been providing traditional wellness bathing since 1895. Drawing mineral rich waters directly from the natural source, this iconic bathhouse reconnects you with an array of mineral wellness experiences including indulgent 100% pure private mineral baths and a selection of specifically designed wellness packages. Explore the curative effects of mineral welness in the facilities which include a relaxation pool, spa pool, an aroma steam room, magnesium salt therapy pool, monsoon showers, creekside pool, walk-in cool down pool and spa couches submerged in mineral water, complemented by extensive relaxation decks. From private healing mineral baths to the signature rituals, steam therapies, massage therapies, facial therapies, body therapies and more, every treatment at the spa will rejuvenate and reinvigorate.
Harnessing the natural geothermal waters, the Deep Blue Hot Springs Warrnambool is a self-guided journey in an open-air sanctuary of enhanced geothermal bathing experiences. Let your mind wander to a therapeutic state while your body absorbs the health restoring minerals and heat of the natural earth drawn waters as you slowly make your journey throughout a myriad of thermal pools. Delving into steep sensory caves and bathing in floral aromatic mist. Bask over basalt stones or relax in the shallows of the reflection pool for quiet contemplation. Water is nurtured and celebrated throughout the Sanctuary and can be found gently streaming over rock walls, humming in the foot spa and flowing throughout fifteen thoughtfully curated bathing pools. Located within the Sanctuary is the a Nourish Dome for healthy vegging and hydration. Unwind while enjoying the general health benefits of salt therapy, gentle respiratory therapy in the ambient surrounds of the modern Salt Room.
Deep Blue Hot Springs Warrnambool
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Harnessing the natural geothermal waters, the Deep Blue Hot Springs Warrnambool is a self-guided journey in an open-air sanctuary of enhanced geothermal bathing experiences. Let your mind wander to a therapeutic state while your body absorbs the health restoring minerals and heat of the natural earth drawn waters as you slowly make your journey throughout a myriad of thermal pools. Delving into steep sensory caves and bathing in floral aromatic mist. Bask over basalt stones or relax in the shallows of the reflection pool for quiet contemplation. Water is nurtured and celebrated throughout the Sanctuary and can be found gently streaming over rock walls, humming in the foot spa and flowing throughout fifteen thoughtfully curated bathing pools. Located within the Sanctuary is the a Nourish Dome for healthy vegging and hydration. Unwind while enjoying the general health benefits of salt therapy, gentle respiratory therapy in the ambient surrounds of the modern Salt Room.
The raw beauty and serenity of the alpine region naturally inspires one to shake off the city stress, and leave inhibitions behind. Crisp fresh air, endless views, icicles in windows, spectacular sunsets and crackling fireplaces create utter tranquillity and the majesty of Hotham’s mountains powdered with snow echo a zen-like silence. This makes the alpine region of Mt Hotham the perfect location for a The Onsen Retreat + Spa that can bring many therapeutic benefits after a day throwing yourself into skiing and snowboarding. Just outside of Hotham, surrounded by mountains and gumtrees of the high country, Dinner Plain’s Onsen Retreat + Spa features a Japanese-inspired 40 degree outdoor Onsen perfect for bathing and restoration after skiing and snowboarding. The Spa also offers beauty and body treatments, massage, an indoor pool, gym and group fitness classes for a complete wellbeing experience. It is a complete alpine experience to bathe in the Onsen while fat snowflakes fall all around you and melt as they hit the water.
Onsen Retreat and Spa
The raw beauty and serenity of the alpine region naturally inspires one to shake off the city stress, and leave inhibitions behind. Crisp fresh air, endless views, icicles in windows, spectacular sunsets and crackling fireplaces create utter tranquillity and the majesty of Hotham’s mountains powdered with snow echo a zen-like silence. This makes the alpine region of Mt Hotham the perfect location for a The Onsen Retreat + Spa that can bring many therapeutic benefits after a day throwing yourself into skiing and snowboarding. Just outside of Hotham, surrounded by mountains and gumtrees of the high country, Dinner Plain’s Onsen Retreat + Spa features a Japanese-inspired 40 degree outdoor Onsen perfect for bathing and restoration after skiing and snowboarding. The Spa also offers beauty and body treatments, massage, an indoor pool, gym and group fitness classes for a complete wellbeing experience. It is a complete alpine experience to bathe in the Onsen while fat snowflakes fall all around you and melt as they hit the water.