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Melbourne is the capital of Victoria, and home to close to 4 million people. From restaurants, galleries, sporting events, shopping precincts and attractions, Melbourne is an awesome place any time of the year, with so many options to keep the family entertained in this great city.

Melbourne is located in Victoria and is the capital. It has a population of 4 million people. A large number of the population of Melbourne live to the south and east of the Yarra River. The North and the West are catching up fast though! Today, Melbourne is one of the great multicultural cities of the world. Restaurants, galleries and performing arts centres and tourist attractions are right across the city, giving it a refined and cultured reputation to both locals and visitors. Of course Melbourne is also regarded as the Sporting Capital of the World, having previously hosted the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, and currently is home to world class events in the Australian Tennis Open played in January and the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix! It is said that Melbourne experiences four seasons across one day, but in Victoria there is things to do for families across all four seasons! The Free City Circle tram or the Tourist Shuttle Bus is the best bet to get around the City. Get your bearings and do a bit of people watching whilst seeing all the best sights Melbourne has to offer. The kids will love the tram rides! Melbourne is an awesome place any time of the year, with sooo many things to do to keep the family entertained in this great city. From the city to the bay, to the nearby hills or the Peninsula, from the ski fields to the mighty Murray River – There is so much space to run, play, swim, ski, ride, boat or picnic! So much of Melbourne is set up for families, the kids will always be entertained!
  • Animal Land Children’s Farm

    Animal Land Children’s Farm – an authentic farm experience for children and families.

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  • Auscarts Racing

    Auscarts Indoor Racing provides state of the art go karting track. Our racing circuit features grading, sunken corners, a pit lane bridge and three long straights.

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  • Eureka Skydeck

    Located on the 88th floor of Eureka Tower, the observation deck provides patrons with 360 degree floor-to-ceiling views of Melbourne and beyond.

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  • Fire Services Museum

    The Museum includes a collection of over 10,000 fire related items collected both nationally and internationally and including Country Fire Authority, and Metropolitan Fire Brigade, fire appliances, personnel histories, memorabilia and associated items.

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  • Ice Bar Melbourne

    The ultimate arctic experience and at minus 10 degrees it is definitely the coolest place in town and the only IceBar in Australia.

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  • Luna Park Melbourne

    Luna Park is Melbourne's adventure park located by St. Kilda offering 18 rides & attraction, delicious food, free entry & close to public transport.

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  • Melbourne River Cruises

    If you're looking for things to do in Melbourne which is unique, a cruise from Melbourne River Cruises is an ideal choice.

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  • Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

    Come fly on the Melbourne Star, the Southern Hemisphere's only Giant Observation Wheel. Located in Docklands waterfront precinct in Melbourne.

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  • Melbourne Stars

    The Melbourne Stars deliver The Greatest Show on Turf each summer with constant entertainment to keep everyone excited!

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  • O’Brien Group Arena

    The centre features two Olympic sized ice skating rinks, stadium seating for 1000 people, state-of-the-art sound and light systems and more.

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  • San Churro Chocolatiere

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  • Sandstorm Events

    Unbelievable sand sculptures made from tonnes of sand. Different theme each year over summer.

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  • SEA LIFE Melbourne

    SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium takes you on an interactive adventure from the depths of the ocean to the icy waters of Antarctica.

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