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Melbourne is the cosmopolitan capital city of Victoria, a state which offers accessible country experiences enchanting wildlife and unique natural attractions.
 
Melbourne – A cosmopolitan, stylish and festive city
 
  • City Circle Tram – Free transport around the perimeter of the city aboard a famous Melbourne burgundy-coloured tram.
     
  • Federation Square – In the heart of central Melbourne featuring the Melbourne Visitor Information Centre, lan Potter Centre-NGV Australia, Australian Centre for the Moving image, restaurants, bars and retail shops.
     
  • Queen Victoria Market – A Bargain hunter’s paradise for fresh produce, fruit and vegetables, fashion items, and Australian souvenirs.
     
  • Crown Entertainment Complex- A world of entertainment featuring quality restaurants, bars, night clubs, exclusive shopping, cinemas and casino.
     
  • Victorian Arts Centre – Offers the best in Australian and international performing arts located on banks of the Yarra River.
     
  • International Cuisine – A variety of food to reflect a multicultural population – Chinatown, Lygon Street (Italian), Victoria Street (Vietnamese), and cosmopolitan Southgate and St Kilda for contemporary shops and dining.
     
  • Shopping – Includes international labels on Collins Street, young Australian designers in south Yarra, factory outlets in Richmond, local arts and crafts at Sunday market and major department stores in the city and suburban shopping centers.
 
Country Victoria
 
  • Great Ocean Road – Scenic coastal drive featuring spectacular rock formations of the Port Campbell National Park (The Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, and London Bridge).
     
  • Phillip Island – A natural playground, abundant with wildlife including birds, koalas, seals and fairy penguins.
     
  • Sovereign Hill – Step back in time to the Gold Rush era – pan for gold, ride a stagecoach, and experience life in the 1850s.
 
It is reported that in 1943 a flight of 24 RAAF Wirraways flew under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with one of the pilots changing his flight path at the last moment to go over the top of the Bridge only just clearing it in time.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge construction started in 1924 and took 1400 men eight years to build at a cost of £4.2 million
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