Melbourne Museum/Nicholson St
Melbourne Museum is one of Australia's biggest and most visited museums.
Melbourne Museum is around the corner, located in the Carlton Gardens. It is the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere, and is consistently ranked as one of the most popular tourist attractions in Australia.
Just a tram ride into the city and a little walk east. The Pauline Gandel children's gallery is a personal favourite of ours. It's been specifically designed for babies to children aged about 5-6yo. There are cafe's nearby and an enclosed outdoor space. Also check out the Bunjilaka Aboriginal…
The kids gallery is super fun ! The permanent exhibitions, natural history and First Nations, are very rich and worth the visit.
“the museum is there .Exhibition building are there and a lovely walk around ”
Light Rail Station
“Head along Brunswick, Gertrude and Smith St for independent and funky shopping.”
“Famous for its legendary singing clock, this place is one of Melbourne's jewel. Connected to Emporium and then all the way to the Bourke Street Mall, Melbourne Central is the home to one of the busiest underground train station in Victoria! It has a multicultural food court where you can find various food from various different countries!”