Observation deck on the 88th floor of the Eureka tower. Adult ticket costs 18,3 USD = 25. AUD children 12,1 USD = 16.5 AUD Official site eurekaskydeck.com.au
Ticket price 18,3 USD = 25 AUD Official website. oldmelbournegaol.com.au
A good zoo with a lot of local animals, ticket price 25,6 USD = 35 AUD adults, 13,9 USD = 19 AUD children.
Zoo website www.zoo.org.au
The huge Melbourne Museum, located in the heart of the city. Many halls. Expositions on the history of the development of Australia, the life of the indigenous population - Aboriginal people.There is a cinema and a special room for children. Adult ticket costs 11 USD = 15. AUD Museum website museumsvictoria.com.au
Bus tour of the Great Ocean Road to the huge stone monoliths of the Twelve Apostles with a visit to the Otway National Park. 84 USD = 115 AUD
Every evening at dusk Little penguins return home from the sea on the island of Philippa. You can see the penguins and almost touch them while they go to their shelters. Group tour cost 84 USD = 115 AUD
Sightseeing tour of Melbourne. The main attractions and secret corners of the city on a friendly walking tour with a group of 36,5 USD = 50 AUD
Various bus tours of the city are also offered at a price of 25,6 - 43,8 USD = 35 - 60 AUD
Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour Melbourne price per day 23 USD
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Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria. Incredibly beautiful botanical gardens in the center of Melbourne It contains all the plants and trees that grow in Australia. It is very interesting to walk and admire the flowers, shrubs and trees, listen to the birds singing and enjoy the aromas of eucalyptus trees. The place also serves as a recreation park where locals love to have a picnic. Official site www.rbg.vic.gov.au/visit-melbourne
This museum is Australia's first public art gallery and has the largest art collection in the country. Here you can see the work of European masters, as well as a collection of contemporary art in Australia. Gallery website www.ngv.vic.gov.au
City Circle Tram. A free tourist tram that runs through the city center is part of the municipal tourism development program in Melbourne. Burgundy trams run every 12 minutes, completing a full circle in about 50 minutes. Stops are located in significant places of the city. Very convenient for visiting all interesting places from the Docks to Queen Victoria Market! You can find a tram stop by a special sign - a burgundy circle with the inscription.
State Library Victoria. The exhibition dedicated to Ned Kelly is ongoing. In addition, there are several more temporary ones. Details can be found on the website .