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Explore Melbourne

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Melbourne has a passion for food and wine and a fabulous arts scene and is always hosting events from around the globe. Known as a style-setter, Melbourne is home to a non-stop program of festivals, renowned dining, major art exhibitions, and musical extravaganzas.

Things to see and do


Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre and Churchill Island

Phillip Island Nature Park is renowned as home to one of Australia¹s most popular wildlife attractions, the Penguin Parade. Make use of Penguins plus viewing platform, Penguin Sky Boxor have the Ultimate Penguin Experience. The three main tourist attractions managed by Phillip Island Nature Park are the Penguin Parade, Churchill Island and the Koala Conservation Centre.

Twelve Apostles

Drive the Great Ocean Road and see Nature at its finest The Twelve Apostles are giant rock stacks that rise incredibly from the Southern Ocean and are the central feature of the rugged Port Campbell National Park. Sunrise and sunset offer particularly impressive views as the Twelve Apostles change colour from dark and foreboding in shadow to brilliant sandy yellow under a full sun. The Twelve Apostles are located just east of Port Campbell, along the Great Ocean Road.

Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley is irresistible, with visitors returning time and again. The reason for this is there love of Australian wine and the Valley has so many Vineyards to Visit it would take at least a week to see them all. Heres an examples of some of the World Class Vineyards for you to enjoy. Kellybrook Winery and Restaurant - lovely oasis in the old Yarra Valley orchard belt McWilliam's Lillydale Vineyards - Located in a quiet spot off the Warburton Highway enjoying uninterrupted 180 degrees view of Mt Toolebewong Ranges and immense natural beauty. Wedgetail Estate - Low yield and minimal rainfall contribute to the instense flavours and complexity of Guy Lamothe's wines Yarra Track - Specialising in 100 per cent estate grown chardonnay, pinot noir and rosé.


What to see will be your decision....Depends on what you like. You will be amazed because Melbourne has it all on offer.

Wangaratta Festival of Jazz - High profiled Australian performers and international guests perform all styles of jazz and blues

Queenscliff Music Festival - Head to the friendly festival for 200 performances from more than 90 homegrown acts over three days

The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival - The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival showcases Melbourne and Victoria's culinary delights

Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show - The spectacular Melbourne International Flower and Garden show boasts over 10,000 cut flowers and 300 exhibitors.

2007 FORMULA 1™ Australian Grand Prix - Each year Melbourne comes alive to the roar of engines, hosting the first round of the FIA World Championship

Melbourne International Arts Festival - See the cream of Australian and international theatre, dance, visual arts, opera, and music over 17 days.

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