Melbourne is a city filled with attractions. Here are some of Melbourne’s top attractions listed below
| Etihad Stadium |
Etihad Stadium (formerly known as Telstra Dome and before that, Colonial Stadium) is a multi-purpose facility that is used for major sporting and entertainment events, as well as various other social functions in Melbourne. Etihad stadium is home to many of Melbourne's exciting sporting events but is best known for being the home of Australian Football League (AFL) matches.
| Eureka Skydeck 88 |
Eureka Skydeck 88 is an observation deck that occupies the entire 88th floor of the Eureka Tower. Eureka Skydeck 88 features impressive views of Melbourne from the observation deck of the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere at 285 m (935 ft). Located beside the Yarra River in Southbank, Skydeck 88 was opened to the public on 15 May 2007.
| Federation Square |
To Melbourne locals, Federation Square is Melbourne's Meeting Place. To tourists visiting the Fed Square is a great way to get a taste of life in Melbourne. The Federation Square features a creative mix of events, galleries, unique shopping experiences and wonderful dining. Fed Square also has a diverse range of cultural attractions and a varied events calendar.
| Flinders Street Station |
Flinders Street Station is the heart and soul of the Melbourne rail network. It is also the arrival and departure point for most metropolitan train services. It is the busiest station in Australia with more the 100,000 people and 1,500 trains going in and out of the station every day.
| Melbourne Cricket Ground |
The MCG is situated in the world-famous Melbourne Sports Precinct, just a short walk from Melbourne’s CBD, which also includes Melbourne Park (Rod Laver Arena & Hisense Arena), Olympic Park and the soon to be completed Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. The ground mainly plays host to Australian Rules Football and Cricket however other events including Soccer, Rugby Union, Rugby League and concerts are also staged at the famous venue.