The city of Melbourne presents visitors with plenty to see and do in a relatively small area. Some of Melbourne’s neighborhoods feature old colonial neighborhoods with charming gardens and wonderful museums. Other neighborhoods feature art, sports, pubs and the good life.
Melbourne’s City Neighborhoods
The city of Melbourne is divided into various precincts, each with its own unique character and charm. Every one of Melbourne’s precincts has its own distinctive feature and identity. Precincts vary in size, with some precincts being quite small while others covering a large area. But what each one of Melbourne’s precincts offers is a taste of Melbourne’s culture.
| Batman's Hill |
Batman's Hill represents one of the main gateways between Melbourne's traditional CBD and Docklands and as development progresses, is playing a key role in assisting Docklands' integration with the wider City of Melbourne.
| Central Business District (CBD) |
Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD) is Melbourne’s city center. The CBD is also known as Melbourne City Center, Central Melbourne or its official name: Melbourne. The CDB is Melbourne’s Central Business District and administrative center.
| Central Pier |
Central Pier Docklands is a cultural, community, entertainment and events hub in the booming Docklands region. Central Pier is a popular spot for functions and gatherings. Located in a prime location and extending into Victoria Harbour, Central Pier is surrounded by water on three sides.
| Digital Harbour |
Digital Harbour is Melbourne's technology hub modeled after some of the most successful technology districts in the world. The precinct is located in Melbourne's Docklands and features state-of-the-art water front buildings.
| Docklands |
The Docklands is Melbourne's waterfront area where many festivals and events take place. The Docklands is located just minutes from Melbourne on the Victoria Harbour. The Docklands let you enjoy cutting-edge modern Australian and international cuisine or stunning city views of Melbourne over a cocktail.
| NewQuay |
Located at the harbour end of Melbourne's Central Business District (CBD), NewQuay is conveniently located on Victoria Harbour, in the heart of Melbourne's Docklands. NewQuay is a thriving waterfront precinct that offers the best of Melbourne: Waterfront restaurants, major transport links and spectacular views of the city Skyline.
| Stadium Precinct |
Stadium Precinct is home to Etihad Stadium (formerly Telstra Dome), the Seven Network, and a range of cafes.
| Victoria Harbour |
Located in the heart of the Docklands, Victoria Harbour has 30 hectares of space with spectacular promenade and welcoming parklands. Its Merchant Street retail precinct comprises a shopping strip boasting a selection of cafes, restaurants, boutique shops and convenience stores.
| Waterfront City |
Waterfront City is the Dockland's entertainment precinct. You find wonderful entertainment, fantastic shopping and great waterfront dining. Waterfront City contains everything from amusement parks and Olympic-size skating rinks to a marina with various boats. If you’re into shopping, then visit Waterfront City's Harbour Town, which happens to be Melbourne’s open air shopping precinct.
| Yarra’s Edge |
Yarra’s Edge is a unique and exclusive village style neighborhood in the heart of Melbourne’s docklands. This exclusive village-style neighborhood is set along the north facing river bank in Docklands. This residential precinct offers the ultimate in waterfront living, consisting of five stunning residential towers, a full service marina, lush parklands, a day spa and a selection of stylish restaurants, cafés and boutique shops along the promenade.