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Top 10 Melbourne Tourist Attractions

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1. Melbourne Skydeck

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Towering 88 floors above the CBD, you can’t miss the Eureka building. It’s distinctive gold crown is instantly recognisable and houses Melbourne Skydeck — one of the city’s most popular attractions. The 360-degree views are epic, and you’ll be able to spot many famous landmarks. If you’re game, take a walk on The Edge — a glass cube that slides out from the side of the building (prepare yourself for the dissolving floor!).


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions. Image: Melbourne Skydeck

2. Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

Nothing beats experiencing a sporting match at the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), but if you don’t have that option you can still get up close and personal with the ‘G’ on a guided venue tour. Go behind the scenes and see the player change rooms, players’ balcony, Bill Lawry Cricket Centre and the Long Room, and take a walk on the hallowed turf (all subject to availability). The MCG is also home to the Australian Sports Museum, which offers an amazing range of interactive experiences.


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions: Explore the MCG. Image: Visit Victoria

3. Puffing Billy

A ride on Puffing Billy in the Dandenong Ranges east of Melbourne is a chance to step back in time to the era of Victorian steam train travel. The fully restored heritage locomotive meanders along between Belgrave and Gembrook, and has been enthralling visitors of all ages for decades. The Puffing Billy railway came into service at the turn of the 20th century as part of a drive to develop rural parts of Victoria. Today the service is one of the state’s premier tourist attractions, and one that appeals to all ages.

4. Phillip Island Penguin Parade

Around 500,000 people make the 90-minute trip from Melbourne to Phillip Island every year to see the Penguin Parade at sunset. The little penguins’ mad dash up the beach to their rookery follows what can be up to four weeks of fishing in Bass Strait. Watching the penguins arrive home has been popular with tourists for almost a century. Hire a car and head down to the island under your own steam, or book a penguin tour from Melbourne.


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions: Watch the Phillip Island Penguin Parade.

5. Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo is Australia’s oldest zoological park, and is home to a huge array of animals, including species from Africa, Asia and of course — Australia. See the popular orangutans in their dedicated treetop exhibit, venture into the Australian Bush exhibit to meet native Aussie animals, stroll through the beautiful Butterfly House, and walk the Trail of the Elephants. There is no entry charge for children under the age of four and all children can enter the zoo free of charge on weekends, public holidays and Victorian school holidays.


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions: Melbourne Zoo

6. Werribee Open Range Zoo

Zoos Victoria also operates the superb Werribee Open Range Zoo, located 40 minutes’ drive southwest of Melbourne. Encounter giraffes, rhino, antelope, zebras, and more on an African-style game drive through the zoo’s extensive open grasslands. There are lots of other furry and feathered inhabitants to meet back at the main precinct. Werribee Open Range Zoo offers a fabulous day out for the whole family.


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions: Werribee Open Range Zoo

7. Healesville Sanctuary

To get up close and personal with Australia’s native wildlife, Healesville Sanctuary is a must-visit. The sanctuary is operated by Zoos Victoria and has a mission to conserve Australia’s wildlife and wild places for future generations. Explore the specialist precincts, including Animals of the Night, Dingo Country, Koala Forest and the Land of Parrots. The Tasmanian devil enclosure is always popular. Meet wombats, kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, emus and even the highly elusive platypus!


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions. Image: Healesville Sanctuary

8. Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is absolutely awash with amazing things to see and do. Inside this incredible underwater world (which is a bit like the Tardis — bigger on the inside than it looks on the outside) you’ll encounter thousands of marine animals, housed in 12 separate habitat zones. See rays, jellyfish, sharks, penguins, turtles, a huge saltwater crocodile and myriad colourful tropical fish. Your ticket includes keeper presentations and the chance to see animal feedings throughout the day. For those that want to get even closer to the action, a range of unique encounters are available — including the chance to dive with sharks!


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions: Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium. Image: Alamy

9. Luna Park

Luna Park in St Kilda has long been luring seaside thrill seekers through the mouth of Mr Moon and into a world of bone-jarring fun. The theme park offers a mix of old-time and new rides and attractions, including the famous Great Scenic Railway — the oldest continuously operating wooden roller coaster in the world, and the Pharaoh’s Curse — which gives new meaning to the phrase: ‘the only way is up’! The much-loved Carousel is listed on the Victorian and National Heritage Registers.


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Top Melbourne tourist attractions: Luna Park, St Kilda

10. Australian Sports Museum

Delve into Australia’s proud sporting heritage at the newly renovated Australian Sports Museum — located inside the MCG. The museum exhibits a vast collection of sporting memorabilia and offers a range of engaging interactive activities. You have the option to add a behind-the-scenes tour of the MCG to your museum ticket.

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