Ranked as one of the world’s most liveable city Melbourne is very much about lifestyle with its artistic cultural and intellectual heritage which distinguishes itself from other cities. There are a range of galleries and museums, and the city proves a canvas for artistic expression, having the laneways constantly filled with street art. 

The multicultural population in Melbourne contributes to the city’s unique vibe and atmosphere. The city has one of the most world-renowned universities and research facilities, and has became a home to over hundred different cultures. Residents include young professionals, international students and senior citizen couples looking to enjoy everything the city has to offer. Melbourne is also known as the world’s most popular tram corridor and has the largest urban tramway network in the world. Visitors can ride for FREE on the maroon City Circle tram.

Melbourne Travel Tips: Melburnians love to party, hence the city is a vibrant one with the year-round calendar events to offer. From music festivals, football matches to art gallery events at the Arts Centre, the flagship of the performing arts in Victoria and focal point of the cultural precinct located at St. Kilda. Melbourne is also renowned for its outdoor bars and bars with spectacular views, bars overlooking the water and pubs with lively beer gardens. This individualistic city’s sensational cityscape is dotted with interesting architecture, neoclassical facades and contemporary towers. 

Being a multi-cultured city filled with one of the best food qualities in the world, the city has massive selection of dining cuisines to choose from. From fresh-food stalls in Queen Victoria market to authentic Vietnamese Pho along Swanston street, good Dim Sum in Chinatown to the best Italian eateries along Lygon street, not to mention the popular fish & chips within the CBD area. 

Discover Melbourne – from its creative exciting city centre to buzzing neighbourhood hubs, world class wineries, natural springs, peninsulas, spectacular coastline and alpine villages.