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There are millions of Harry Potter fans out there looking for the perfect Potter Experience. Luckily when it comes to Harry Potter Melbourne, there are many authentic experiences to choose from. You might even say that Melbourne is the Harry Potter capital of Australia! Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is playing exclusively in Melbourne, the biggest Harry Potter store has just opened and is the perfect place to immerse yourself and get all of your Harry Potter merch! So join us as we say Accio (come here in wizarding language) and explore Harry Potter in Melbourne
A great high tea is a Melbourne institution. The tower of finger sandwiches, artful cakes and hot savouries is one of the best ways to enjoy an afternoon. Whilst we are familiar with the traditional concept of high tea, the Puffing Billy High Tea Express has added a unique twist to this institution. The Puffing Billy High tea mixes a traditional high tea with a steam journey through Melbourne’s Dandenong ranges. Consequently the old world styling, steam train charm and beautiful views make it one of the most unique Melbourne high teas.
When it comes to the best things to do in Geelong, the beach and summer immediately come to mind when you think about things to do in Geelong. The promenade iconic pier and Geelong pubs like the Little Creatures Brewery are just two of many popular Geelong attractions. Geelong isn’t just a day trip destination however. Once the sun goes down, a night out in Geelong is a diverse and exciting experience. The Geelong laneway scene has really come into its own these past few years. Little Malop street has undergone significant development and is now a vibrant district. The
The Murray River, divides the states of Victoria and New South Wales and is a holiday destination close to Australians’ hearts. Just 3 hours from Melbourne, it has been long favoured as a weekend holiday spot, as well as a staple location for those who love to water ski, meander in a houseboat or enjoy riverside camping. Subsequently there is a common misconception when it comes to the Murray and that is that it is the heart of motorised water sports and whilst it is a mecca for these, the Murray has been blessed with many quieter tributaries that are
The Great Ocean Road Drive is one of the most beautiful and iconic road trips in Australia. Located in south west Victoria this coastal route can be enjoyed all year round. The Great Ocean Road self drive will allow you to choose your own timings, stops. It is a superior to enjoy all of those must see stops on the Great Ocean Road. There are many Great Ocean Road Attractions. Our 10 must see stops on the Great Ocean Road will have you wanting to take it slow and spend plenty of time at each stop. Our Great Ocean Road Itinerary will help you to
The Queenscliff to Sorrento ferry (and vice versa) is a Melbourne institution. Traditionally a quick way to get across the bay, the ferry is also a day out in it’s own right. SeaRoad Ferries now offer a whole host of fun experiences that can be enjoyed on either the Queenscliff Ferry or Sorrento Ferry depending on what best suits you. We live a little closer to Queenscliff, so opted to depart from Queenscliff and head across to Sorrento for a day of fun at the Enchanted Adventure garden. The package allows for 2 adults, 2 children and a return journey on the ferry, which
At the edge of the Yarra Valley and the gateway to Victoria’s Alpine region lies Marysville Victoria. It one of the prettiest townships that you can visit from Melbourne. Getting there involves one of the most scenic drives from Melbourne through the iconic Black Spur. At around one and a half hours north west of the city, it’s perfect for a relaxing weekend escape from Melbourne.
An African safari in Australia? Yes, you read correctly. Located around 40 minutes from the Melbourne CDB lies the Werribee Open Range Zoo. It is just one of many things to do in Werribee. The zoo is set on 225 hectares and impeccably themed. You could be mistaken for thinking you’d stepped into the African Savannah. We set off keen to see some of the wildlife.
Melbourne is a wonderful and diverse city. There is a broad range of things to do and see, however when visiting somewhere new, it is important to get out of the city. Leaving the city allows you to gain a deeper understanding of the people, culture and place you’re visiting. We’ve gathered the top 5 best day trips from Melbourne to help you do just that. Let’s hit the road! The best Melbourne day trips The best Melbourne day trips allow you to see more of Australia. They will get you up close to flora and fauna. Great food is
Hanging Rock is a favourite day trip amongst Melburnians. It’s mostly visited by locals, so it is somewhat of a hidden gem. It’s only 1 hour from the city and even closer to Melbourne airport. The drive is easy and relaxing and once you’re there you’ll be taken aback by the natural beauty of the area. If you love geological wonders, or unique locations, then Hanging Rock reserve is for you.