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Travel Guide For Your Visit To Melbourne

Coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria is Melbourne. Melbourne is a great misture of world-class restaurants and captivating museums. Cosy cafes make you feel like home, with soul satisfying coffee.

Federation Square

is on the edge of Melbourne central business district which is a house to art, culture and public events.
Flinders Street Railway Station
Entire metropolitan rail network works under Flinders Street Railway Station. The structure is a recognizable landmark due to its art nouveau style building, prominent dome, arched entrance, tower and clocks.

Luna Park Melbourne

Luna Park Melbourne is a historic amusement park of Melbourne. There are huge range of Rides and Attractions for adults as well as kids.
Melbourne Cricket Ground is the largest stadium in the southern hemisphere. It is mostly called as "The G".

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Melbourne Zoo

The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens are known as Melbourne Zoo is situated within Royal Park in Parkville. 320 species from around the world can be seen in this zoo. You could possibly explore unique Australian wildlife here. 
National Gallery of Victoria is Australia's oldest, largest and most visited public art museum art museum. Stained Glass Ceiling in the National Gallery of Victoria’s Great Hall is the largest suspended piece of stained glass in the world.

National Gallery of Victoria

Puffing Billy Railway
In the Dandenong Ranges, Melbourne, Australia is the The Puffing Billy Railway, a narrow gauge heritage railway. The train ride is from Belgrave to Gembrook Station the route is approximately one hour and 50 minutes one way. It is even the oldest surviving steam locomotive in the world.

Queen Victoria Market

You get varieties of of fresh, quality produce & specialty shopping.

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria - Melbourne Gardens

It is a great place to sit, go for a walk. It has eye pleasuring ambiance. It is home to 1.5 million preserved plants, algae and fungi, and Australia’s most comprehensive botanical library.

SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium

Shrine of Remembrance was made in honor of men and women that died in the world war I. It is  located in Kings Domain on St Kilda Road.

Shrine of Remembrance

A view of Yarra River at night