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  • Arts Centre Melbourne

    This is the home of performing arts in Melbourne. Located on St Kilda Road between the Yarra River and the National Gallery of Victoria, this huge complex made up of two main buildings. The main theatre building has a big spire sitting on top and houses the State Theatre, Playhouse, Fairfax Studio, St Kilda Road Foyer Gallery, and Cafe Vic. On the other side, facing the the river, is the circular shaped Hamer Hall which hosts an extensive range of concerts including jazz, rock, pop, cabaret, contemporary bands and classical musicians.

  • Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

    This iconic arts building has an exterior of rusty steel and is juxtaposed with a shiny metal and glass foyer. There are four galleries which showcase contemporary works that range from the weird to the wonderful, and from the diverse to the devious, but always thought provoking.

  • Crown Casino

    Melbourne's premier entertainment complex with a world-class casino, restaurants, cinema, hotels and shopping.

  • Eureka Skydeck

    Located on the 88th floor of Eureka Tower, which is Melbourne's tallest building, the observation deck offers unparalleled views of the city and surrounds. A special feature is "The Edge" - a glass viewing cube which projects 3 metres out of the building.

  • Kingpin Crown

    Kingpin Crown is Australia's largest interactive indoor theme park, located within Melbourne's Crown Entertainment Complex. There are hundreds of the latest arcade games, virtual rides, kingpin bowling and a laser skirmish.

  • Malthouse Theatre

    The Malthouse Theatre hosts imaginative and unconventional contemporary theatre productions. It also serves as a venue for the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the Victorian Opera. The building itself was originally a malt house and brewery and was built in 1892. It now consists of three theatres, a cafe, bar and rehearsal studios.

  • Melbourne Recital Centre

    This striking building is one of the finest acoustic spaces in the country. It offers a broad variety of musical experiences, including chamber music, traditional ensembles and acoustic performances.

  • National Gallery of Victoria

    This gallery is spread across two locations. The St Kilda Road building in Southbank houses an extensive international collection and offers an eclectic array of interesting and diverse art pieces. At Federation square, the Ian Potter Centre is home to an Australian art collection covering both indigenous and non-indigenous works from colonial times to the present.

  • Polly Woodside

    This enchanting tall ship was first launched by British shipbuilders in 1885 and has now been been restored and opened to the public as a museum located at Dukes Dock on the Yarra River

  • Southbank Theatre

    Southbank Theatre is a building offering a striking example of Melbourne's innovative architecture. The theatre presents an eclectic selection of productions, ranging from international classics to contemporary Australian plays.