If you don't try a Dr Marty's Crumpet before you go home you're not even trying.

Summertime Mixers

Put you hand up if you've ever had Erics Blood Orange Juice, 😋, the best Summertime mixer in, the, whole, World !

All year round, in Melbourne

A renowned botanical garden offering a diverse range of plant collections and beautiful landscapes.

A free tram service that circles around the central business district of Melbourne, providing a convenient way to see many of the city's attractions.

Luna Park is Melbourne's amusement park by the sea. A short walk to St Kilda shops and the beach, if you time it properly why not wander over to visit the penguins as well.

One of the world's most famous cricket grounds and a significant sports venue in Australia.

Did you know Melbourne has the 4th largest football stadium in the world?

Seating 104,000 (Wikipedia), and the largest, is in North Korea, seating 150,000. more

A war memorial dedicated to all Australians who have served in wars.

A historic market offering a variety of fresh produce, meats, and other goods.

An iconic railway station known for its distinctive architecture.

The oldest public art gallery in Australia, showcasing a vast collection of artworks.

A modern public space hosting events, restaurants, and cultural attractions.

Offers panoramic views of the city from one of the tallest buildings in the Southern Hemisphere.

Famous for its vibrant street art and constantly changing murals.

A state-of  the art facility dedicated to the moving image in all its forms, from film and TV to video games and digital art.

An interactive museum with hands on exhibits, and with a very cool, planetarium. Step inside for an immersive voyage into outer space, narrated by Geoffrey Rush.

With Rhino's, Giraffe's and Zebra's its awesome !

"Melbourne's is the world's largest operational tram network, with

The Traditional Owners of the land now encompassing Melbourne are the peoples of the Kulin Nation. Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people, who are the Traditional Owners of the Melbourne CBD and much of the surrounding areas. Boon Wurrung people, who are the Traditional Owners of areas to the south and southeast of Melbourne. It's important to note that the Kulin Nation is a collective of five Aboriginal clans.





Dja Dja Wurrung

Their collective territory extends around Port Phillip and Western Port, up into the Great Dividing Range and the Loddon and Goulburn River valleys.