The best Melbourne sights to see
Come for the coffee – stay for the sights. Whether you’re a foodie, coffee snob or get lost in the laneways, there’s something in Melbourne for you. Ride on an iconic green and gold tram or soar over the city at the Eureka building. You may find it hard to draw yourself away from the city – but you should!
Head out a little and you’ll come to appreciate how Melbourne’s heritage has fused with its multicultural present. Wander the impressive grounds of Werribee mansion or make a beeline for the Yarra Valley (and all of the wine!) It’s not the city alone that is known for its dining.
In the summer, a stroll along the St Kilda beach promenade is mandatory. But don’t stop there, Melbourne is strewn with incredible coastline that spans south to the Mornington Peninsula and west to the Bellarine. You’re spoiled for choice.
Whether it’s keeping cosy in winter or searching for cherry blossom in Spring, there’s something to do in every season. Knowing Melbourne, you may just experience them all in one day too!
So, pack your hat, your scarf and your sunscreen because you’ll want to get out and about and explore the best that Melbourne and its surrounds has to offer.
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