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National Gallery of Victoria
National Gallery of Victoria
Founded in 1861, The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is the oldest and most popular gallery in Australia. Situated over two magnificent buildings – NGV International and The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia – The Gallery hosts many international and local artists, exhibitions, programs, and events. The NGV holds the most significant collection of art in the region; a vast treasury of more than 76,000 works that span thousands of years and a wealth of ideas, disciplines and styles. See a variety of installations, from contemporary art to major international historic exhibitions, fashion and design, architecture, sound and dance.
SEA LIFE Melbourne
SEA LIFE Melbourne
SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium in central Melbourne, Australia. It's located on the banks of the Yarra River beside and under the Flinders Street Viaduct and the King Street Bridge. It's home to a wide variety of marine wildlife.
Melbourne Skydeck (previously Eureka Skydeck)
Melbourne Skydeck (previously Eureka Skydeck)
The Melbourne Skydeck is located on the 88th floor of the Eureka Tower, a 297-meter high skyscraper in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria. The building was officially opened in 2006 as a luxury residential tower. Visitors can take in sweeping panoramic views of Melbourne and beyond from the Melbourne Skydeck viewing platform, (previously Eureka Skydeck).
Virtual Room Melbourne
Virtual Room Melbourne
Virtual Room Melbourne is one of the world’s best team-based virtual reality experiences, blending the escape room concept with a cinematic experience to deliver a unique adventure. This branch is located in Melbourne, Victoria, just a 3-minute walk from Queen Victoria Market.
Otway Fly Treetop Adventures
Otway Fly Treetop Adventures
Otway Fly Treetop Adventures is an adventure company located in Victoria, Australia, only 20 minutes from the Great Ocean Road. They offer one of five canopy walkways in Australia and the only one in Victoria, plus a 25 metre-high elevate walkway and zipline.

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There are a lot of cool places in Melbourne, but there's nowhere more chilled-out than IceBar Melbourne. Located in the bustling heart of Melbourne's CBD, IceBar offers the "polar" opposite of the city's daytime heat. With ambient temperatures chilled to a frosty -10°C all-year-round, it's the perfect place to cool off and enjoy a crisp drink with friends, while snug winter jackets keep the frostbite at bay!
4.6 / 5 (7)
From HK$102.86
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria – Melbourne Gardens is one of the world's most highly regarded botanic gardens. It is known as a leading destination for nature, culture, and science enthusiasts. With two locations in Melbourne and Cranbourne, the gardens are home to amazing horticulture displays and special family experiences that educate as well as entertain.
From HK$189.47
Seven long courses, two short courses, six vertical challenges, and 23 flying foxes! You’ll find all this situated in Trees Adventure: Glen Harrow Park. When you’re taking a break from sweaty palms and a fluttering stomach, keep an eye out for the park’s rare trees, like a 150-year-old Algerian Oak, a 60-metre-tall Sequoia, and the only Japanese oaks in Victoria.
4.3 / 5 (4)
From HK$276.09
The Princess Theatre is the most stand-out building on Spring Street in Melbourne, Australia. Originally established in 1854, it was rebuilt in 1886 to a design by William Pitt, one of the most accomplished architects of the time. It's the oldest surviving entertainment venue in mainland Australia.
From HK$41.25
Leigh Creek

Kryal Castle

Kryal Castle gives you the opportunity to step back in time and experience over 1,000 years of medieval history, letting you explore a world of knights, wizards, princesses, and more! The castle features a moat and drawbridge, a maze, castle towers, stocks, and an armoury. There are also shows involving jousting, live theatre, a jester, jugglers, as well as a Wax Of Torture museum.
5.0 / 5 (1)
From HK$189.47
If you want to explore stunning coastal scenery close to Melbourne, then Wildlife Coast Cruises has what you're looking for. Step aboard one of their ships and sail around Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory. Take your pick of tours that will let you see everything from seals and whales, to once-in-a-lifetime sunsets.
4.8 / 5 (5)
From HK$498.04
LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Melbourne is the first of its kind in Australia. The centre offers LEGO-based rides, play zones, a 4D cinema, and workshops from master builders. It's located within the Chadstone Shopping Centre.
4.2 / 5 (5)
From HK$186.77
Located in the bushlands of Otway Forest, Trees Adventure: Yeodene Park is home to wobbling wooden bridges, tightropes that will test your balance, and ziplines that will make you want to come back for more! Kids and adults can both get involved, with the park's eight courses ranging from two metres all the way to 20.
5.0 / 5 (2)
From HK$276.09
Entermission Melbourne combines the futuristic technology of virtual reality with the brain-teasing teamwork and puzzles of an escape room, making for some of the most unique and enjoyable group activities in Melbourne. Soar through outer space, solve devious detective mysteries, and lots more in an action-packed 60 minutes of virtual escapism.
From HK$265.26
Phillip Island Nature Parks is a wildlife conservation area located on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. Opened in 1996, the park is owned by the Victorian State Government, however, it's a self-funding commercial attraction for the purpose of animal conservation and research. The park's Penguin Parade section is the only commercial venue in Victoria where you can see penguins in their natural environment.
From HK$297.74

Hosier Lane

Located on the southern edge of Melbourne's CBD, Hosier Lane has 'hip' written all over it – probably literally somewhere. Known for its graffiti-decorated facades, this famous bluestone laneway is the best place to admire the street art that's made the Melbourne urban art scene stand out across the world. Local and international artists can often be seen creating wonders on the walls using everything from paint, to paste-ups, to installations, stencils and murals. Don't forget to cross into Rutledge Lane, known as Hosier Lane's sister gallery.
5.0 / 5 (1)
From HK$41.25
The Queen Victoria Market is a 17-acre open air market in Melbourne. Dating all the way back to the 19th century, it's a major landmark and tourist attraction in the city - and the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
From HK$481.80

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