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Located in hip, funky North Melbourne, Melbourne Metro YHA is the perfect base for you to explore exciting Melbourne, just minutes walk from the famous Queen Victoria Markets and close to all the action of the CBD. North Melbourne is known for quirky bars featuring an array of cocktails made by hipster bartenders with man buns and luscious beards, divine eateries with Insta-worthy food that’ll get you all the likes and Mörk Hot Chocolate – hands down the best hot chocolate you’ll ever try. 

 

If you head in to the CBD, you’ll be spoilt for choice with where to eat, where to get your coffee and where to drink and have a good time. There’s rooftop bars, hole in the wall bars hidden down graffiti covered laneways, bars with standing room only, bars in the middle of the river, bars with video games and bars hidden behind bookcases. In case you can’t tell, Melbourne likes a good bar or two.

 

Melbourne is always busy, bustling and never goes quiet, even in the depths of winter. It’s famous for festivals (comedy, art, film – we could go on!), markets, gallery events, theatre, concerts, sporting events and so much more – you’ll never be bored in Melbourne. 

 

If do you need some inspiration, ask our staff – many have lived here for years and can help you experience Melbourne like a local.

At the hostel

After work knocks offs

Start the weekend the right way with drinks on our rooftop and a FREE BBQ.

When:
Fridays, 6pm
Where:
Rooftop
Cost:
$0

Free bbq

Come along to our rooftop BBQ for free snags and awesome vibes. Everything tastes better when it's free!

When:
Sunday, 6pm
Where:
Rooftop
Cost:
$0

Free Yoga

Relax and find your inner ohm with our twice a week yoga classes. If you're bursting with energy, try our Acroyoga classes on Wednesdays for an alternative yoga experience!

When:
Yoga - Monday 1pm & Wednesday 5pm. Acroyoga - Wednesday 6pm
Where:
Rooftop
Cost:
$0

Meet and Greet Night

Make new friends and chat with old ones at our weekly meet and greet event! Enjoy amazing rooftop views, FREE wine and cheese and board games - now featuring Cards Against Humanity.

When:
Tuesdays at 8 PM
Where:
Rooftop
Cost:
$0

Pool competition

Talented with a pool cue or just super lucky when it comes to sinking pool balls into pockets? Then step right up and try your hand at our pool competition with great prizes to be won!

When:
Wednesday, 7pm
Where:
Ground floor lounge
Cost:
$0

Pub Crawl

Explore some of Melbourne’s best bars on our legendary Thursday night pub crawl! For only $20 you get VIP entry into 3 bars and 1 club, pizza, shots and a great time. Register at reception before 6:00 PM.

When:
Thursdays from 6:00 PM
Where:
Reception
Cost:
$20

Safari Pete travel auction& info night

Want to know more about Australia or bid on tours at up to 50% off retail price? Join us for the weekly Safari Pete travel auction and information night with free wine and lots of giveaways.

When:
Most Mondays at 8 PM
Where:
Ground Floor
Cost:
$0

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$135
per person

Great Ocean road 1 day reverse tour

Beat the crowds to the 12 Apostles by taking the reverse tour and enjoy spectacular ocean views on the return journey to Melbourne.

If you would like to beat the crowds to the 12 Apostles this reverse tour is for you! In the morning the tour will travel to Port Campbell through country Victoria, while all the other tours head straight to the coast.

You will arrive at the 12 Apostles hours before the other buses and will be able to get those perfect photos without having to compete for the best vantage point. If you were thinking about adding on a helicopter flight at the 12 Apostles, the reverse tour option will reduce your waiting time and give you more time at the coastal viewing points and boardwalks. Admire the mighty limestone stacks from the cliff side trails, walk down onto the sand in Loch Ard Gorge and learn the history of the shipwreck coast. 

Enjoy the spectacular ocean views, ancient rainforest and wildlife as your wind your way along the Great Ocean Road back towards Melbourne. Take a 30 minute walk through the serene forest of towering trees at Maits Rest. Keep an eye out for wildlife as you travel through the trees but don’t stress if you can’t spot any! At Kennett River the bus will make a stop to spot wild koalas and some brightly coloured birdlife. 

You will stop in Torquay for a pizza dinner before returning to Melbourne. 

Got some spare time in Melbourne? Add on the Eureka Skydeck and Edge Experience for awe spiring views from the highest public viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere! 

 

What you need to bring: Water, hat, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, warm and cool weather clothing

 

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When booking please advise if your pick up is Melbourne Metro YHA or Melbourne Central YHA in comments section

$340
per person

Great Ocean Road, Grampians And Phillip Island 3 Day Adventure

Visit 3 iconic destinations in Victoria; The Great Ocean Road, Grampians & Phillip Island! Encounter unique Australian wildlife, enjoy a scenic drive & experience great walks.

This package includes our 3 favourite locations in Victoria;
- The Great Ocean Road: One of the world’s most scenic drives
- Grampians National Park: Victoria's best hiking destination
- Phillip Island: Home to the adorable penguin parade

You will have 1 day enjoying the highlights of Phillip Island followed by 2 days travelling along the Great Ocean Road and through the magnificent mountain ranges of the Grampians National park. You can do this tour: Melbourne to Adelaide, Adelaide to Melbourne or a Melbourne round trip.

Phillip Island 1 day tour
Enroute to Phillip Island you will stop at an Australian Wildlife park to get up close and personal with animals including koalas, emus, wombats and Tasmanian devils. You will even get the chance to hand feed the kangaroos! Once you have arrived on the island you will explore the spectacular coastline from the boardwalks and lookout points set amongst natural sea bird gardens at the Nobbies. As the sun sets, watch hundreds of little penguins make their way across the beach at the famous Penguin Parade. 

Great Ocean Road & Grampians 2 day tour
Day 1 - Enjoy the views as you wind your way along the Great Ocean Road. You will explore an ancient rainforest, spot wild koalas and travel through rolling hills as you make your way to the breathtaking 12 Apostles. At the end of the Great Ocean Road you will head inland to Halls Gap. Overnight in the Grampians 
Day 2 - Start the morning with a hike to get your blood pumping, spotting the wildlife as you go. Visit the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre then spend the afternoon in the great outdoors, exploring lookouts and magnificent waterfalls in Grampians National Park. As the day comes to an end, to you will take the inland route back to Melbourne OR transfer onto Adelaide.

What you need to bring: Sunscreen, water bottle, hat, appropriate clothing for warm and cold conditions, a small blanket/scarf and beanie can be a good idea for the Penguin Parade in winter as it gets cold on the beach.

Important
Adelaide to Melbourne itinerary is in reverse and starts the day travelling along the Murray river.
A medium fitness level is recommended for this tour due to being a nature based walking tour.
Photography is not permitted at the penguin parade.
Parts of the itinerary may be altered or omitted due to seasonal changes
Accommodation included at Grampians only, you will need a night in Melbourne between the Phillip Island tour and Great Ocean Road/Grampian tour

When booking please advise of your pick up location in comments section

$285
per person

Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island & Mornington Peninsula

Discover the breathtaking coastlines and unique wildlife of Victoria on this 2 day tour of the Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island and Mornington Peninsula.

Can't decide if you should visit the famous penguin parade at Phillip Island or head down the Great Ocean Road to the iconic 12 Apostles? Why not both?

Day 1
Departing Melbourne you will take the inland route to Port Campbell, heading straight to the 12 Apostles. Stroll along the board walks and check out the various lookout points to admire the magnificent size of the limestone stacks. You can head down to the beach at Loch Ard Gorge and Gibson Steps to get the sand between your toes. As you wind your way along the Great Ocean Road you will get the chance to walk through an ancient rainforest, spot wild koalas and visit small coastal towns. Overnight at Bellarine Holiday Park.

Day 2
Start the morning with a ferry transfer from Queenscliff to Sorrento, keeping an eye out for dolphins as you cross the bay! Along the way to Phillip Island you will visit the brightly coloured bathing boxes at Portsea and stop in at Moonlight Sanctuary to encounter some of Australia's most adorable native animals. Explore the spectacular coastline of the island from the boardwalks and lookout points set amongst natural sea bird gardens at the Nobbies. As the sun sets, watch hundreds of little penguins make their way across the beach at the famous Penguin Parade. 

What you need to bring: Water, hat, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, toiletries, rain jacket, camera, swimwear, towel, appropriate clothing for warm and cold conditions, a small blanket/scarf and beanie can be a good idea for the Penguin Parade in winter as it gets cold on the beach.

Important
Photography is not permitted at the penguin parade.
Luggage is limited to a 5KG overnight bag.

When booking please advise if your pick up is Melbourne Metro YHA or Melbourne Central YHA in comments section

$522
per person

Greyhound pass Melbourne - Cairns

Travel Australia's famous East Coast in comfort with this Hop on Hop off Greyhound pass. Exclusive discount, save $27 when you book with YHA!

Travelling Australia's East Coast is a popular route for backpackers and using this hop-on hop-off coach pass is a perfect way to do it!

Greyhound makes travelling easy with daily departures so you can travel when it suits you. Once your pass is issued, you have the flexibility to reserve seats up until 24 hours before each departure either online or by phone. Greyhound coaches are safe, comfortable and offer free WIFI and USB chargers at every seat.

Stop at all the must see destinations; Sydney, Byron Bay, Hervey Bay and Airlie Beach! 

Why rush? Take your time to discover some of Australia's best kept secrets along the way… Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Lennox Head, Townsville or Mission Beach.

BUY NOW AND SAVE. You have 6 months from date of purchase to start travelling. Once you start you have 3 months.

Pass is valid:

  • For 3 months (90 days) from the date of first departure from Melbourne or Cairns
  • For use on Greyhound Services on the East Coast between Melbourne and Cairns
  • Hop-on hop-off unlimited times in one direction only

There are also Sydney to Cairns or Brisbane to Cairns Greyhound passes available.

$270
per person

Melbourne to Adelaide package

Take the scenic route between Melbourne and Adelaide. Discover the beauty of the Great Ocean Road and Grampians on this 2 day journey.

On this tour you will get to travel on one of the world’s best scenic drives; The Great Ocean Road, and hike through the magnificent mountain ranges of the Grampians National park as you make your way to Adelaide. 

Day 1:
The Great Ocean Road winds over 200kms of spectacular coastline with incredible ocean views. You will explore an ancient rainforest, spot wild koalas and travel through rolling hills as you make your way to the breathtaking 12 Apostles. Add on a helicopter flight for a unique view of the 12 Apostles. At the end of the Great Ocean Road you will head inland to Halls Gap. 
Overnight at the Grampians.

Day 2:
Start the morning with a walk to get your blood pumping in Victoria's best hiking destination, Grampians National Park. Keep an eye out and with any luck you will spot some of the unique Australian wildlife that call this area home. Visit the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the local indigenous history. Then spend the afternoon in the great outdoors exploring spectacular lookouts and waterfalls  As the day comes to an end, you continue onto Adelaide.

What you need to bring: Water, hat, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, warm and cool clothing, flashlight, toiletries, rain jacket, camera, towel, insect repellent, spending money and a sense of adventure

IMPORTANT: 
Adding on the helicopter flight may reduce your viewing time at the 12 Apostles main lookout
Luggage Limit is 20kg per person. 

When booking please advise if your pick up is Melbourne Metro YHA or Melbourne Central YHA in comments section

$1299
per person

Melbourne to Alice Springs package

Explore the diverse landscapes of Australia on this epic adventure. Drive along the Great Ocean Road, sleep underground in Coober Pedy, hike the Flinders Ranges & admire Uluru.
This epic 10 day adventure will show you the diverse landscapes of Australia as you travel from Melbourne, through the centre of the country, up to Alice Springs. Experience the Great Ocean Road, Grampians National Park, Barossa Valley wine region, Flinders Ranges, Coober Pedy, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon and Uluru.

Itinerary:

Overnight at Melbourne Metro YHA Hostel

Day 1 - Admire the spectacular scenery as you wind your way along the coast. After a lunch stop in a charming seaside town, you will get a chance to stretch your legs on a walk through an ancient rainforest. Arrive at the 12 Apostles at sunset and be awestruck by the mighty limestone stacks. (Lunch, Dinner)

Day 2 - After an early breakfast you will make your way back to the 12 Apostles to see them in the morning light, before the crowds. You will arrive at the Grampians National Park in the afternoon to enjoy some hiking before visiting the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 3 - Further explore the Grampians National Park; MacKenzie Falls, the Balconies Lookout. Travel onto Adelaide through the hills and arrive at approximately 7.00pm. (Breakfast, Lunch)

Check into Adelaide Central YHA Hostel for 2 nights.

Day 4 - Free day in Adelaide OR add on Barossa Valley tour for extra $100: Explore the Barossa Valley and enjoy tasting some of the best food and wine in Australia. This tour blends historical wineries, wonderful regional food and breathtaking scenery.

Day 5 - Start your journey up the centre of the country. Enter the Southern Flinders Ranges and enjoy a hike up Dutchman’s Stern for stunning views of the Spencer Gulf and surrounding plains. (Lunch, Dinner)

Day 6 - Visit the underground mining town of Coober Pedy; a landscape similar to Mars and home to 80% of the world’s opal. Take a tour of an opal mine and check out some of the town’s unique underground attractions. Tonight you sleep like the locals– underground. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 7 - Travel north onto Uluru. On arrival you will set up camp then check out your first Uluru sunset. Nothing really prepares you for the beauty of the glowing rock! (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 8 - Enjoy a walk around the base of Uluru and learn about the Aboriginal people at the Cultural Centre. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 9 - At Kata Tjuta, hike the majestic Valley of the Winds with its incredible ancient rock formations.(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 10 - Experience the fantastic views of Kings Canyon on this 3 hour hike. Feel dwarfed by the huge sandstone walls and the immense canyon floor. Continue onto Alice Springs and arrive at approximately 6:30pm. 

Overnight at Alice Spring Backpackers Hostel

Day 11 - Check out of the hostel and finish your trip.
What you need to bring: Hat, sunscreen, walking shoes, insect repellent, 2L water bottle, swimwear, towel and sleeping bag (or hire one for $30). Otherwise, bring all the usual stuff – and, most importantly, a sense of adventure!

IMPORTANT:
A medium fitness level is recommended for this tour due to being a nature based walking tour. 

 

$1999
per person

Melbourne To Darwin 14 Day Overland Tour

Take an incredible overland journey from Melbourne to Darwin on this EPIC 14 day road trip. Visit the Great Ocean Road, Grampians, Adelaide, Barossa Valley, Kings Canyon, Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Katherine Gorge

Take an incredible overland journey from Melbourne to Darwin on this EPIC 14 day road trip. Visit the Great Ocean Road, Grampians, Adelaide, Barossa Valley, Kings Canyon, Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Katherine Gorge. 

Itinerary:

Spend 2 nights at Melbourne Metro YHA

Day 1 (Friday) - Admire the spectacular scenery as you wind your way along the Great Ocean Road coast. After a lunch stop in a charming seaside town, you will get a chance to stretch your legs on a walk through an ancient rainforest. Arrive at the 12 Apostles at sunset and be awestruck by the mighty limestone stacks. (Lunch, Dinner)

Day 2 (Saturday) - After an early breakfast you will make your way back to the 12 Apostles to see them in the morning light, before the crowds arrive. You will make your way to the Grampians National Park in the afternoon to enjoy some hiking before visiting the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 3  (Sunday) - Further explore the Grampians National Park; visit MacKenzie Falls and the Balconies Lookout. Travel onto Adelaide through the hills and arrive at approximately 7pm. (Breakfast, Lunch)

Check into Adelaide Central YHA for 2 nights.

Day 4 (Monday)- Explore the Barossa Valley and enjoy tasting some of the best food and wine in Australia. This tour blends historical wineries, wonderful regional food and breathtaking scenery. Enjoy a second night at Adelaide YHA. (Lunch)

Day 5 (Tuesday) - Start your journey up the centre of the country. Enter the Southern Flinders Ranges and enjoy a hike up Dutchman’s Stern for stunning views of the Spencer Gulf and surrounding plains. Marvel at the beauty of the Milky Way as you sleep under the starts in a swag. (Lunch, Dinner)

Day 6 (Wednesday) - The highlight for some is visiting Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage, where you can meet the rescued kangaroos and baby joeys! Visit the underground mining town of Coober Pedy; a landscape similar to Mars and home to 80% of the world’s opal. Take a tour of an opal mine and check out some of the town’s unique underground attractions. Tonight you sleep like the locals– underground. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 7 (Thursday)  - Travel north onto Uluru. On arrival you will set up camp then check out your first Uluru sunset. Nothing really prepares you for the beauty of the glowing rock! (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 8 (Friday) - Enjoy a walk around the base of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and learn about the Aboriginal people at the Cultural Centre. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 9 (Saturday) - At Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), hike the majestic Valley of the Winds with its incredible ancient rock formations.(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 10 (Sunday) - Experience the fantastic views of Kings Canyon on this 3 hour hike. Feel dwarfed by the huge sandstone walls and the immense canyon floor. Continue onto Alice Springs and arrive at approximately 6:30pm.(Breakfast, Lunch)

2 nights at Alice Springs YHA

Day 11 (Monday) - Free day in Alice Springs

Day 12 (Tuesday) – It's time to head into the Tropics! 80% of the Northern Territory lays north of the Tropic of Capricorn. Next on the tour is the Devils Marbles (Karlu Karlu) which are a collection of gigantic granite boulders magically balanced on top of one another. The day ends at historic Banka Banka Cattle Station where you will camp in tents and swags for the night. (Lunch, Dinner)

Day 13 (Wednesday) – Visit the iconic Daly Waters Pub, an important watering hole for explorers and drovers in days gone by. Later in the day you can take a soak in the Mataranka Thermal Pools, a lush oasis fringed by paperbark trees and near where you camp overnight. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 14 (Thursday) – An early start with a short drive to the Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park. You may like to take a boat cruise or paddle a canoe (not available all year due to seasonal conditions) through the peaceful water (both optional and additional cost). In the afternoon, relax and watch the changing landscape as you travel onto Darwin and arrive in the early evening. (Breakfast, Lunch)

2 nights at Darwin YHA – Melaleuca on Mitchell

 

What you need to bring: Sleeping bag, water bottle, hat, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, warm and cool clothing, flashlight, toiletries, rain jacket, camera, swimwear, towel, insect repellent, spending money and a sense of adventure!

Note: We recommend selecting a start date on a Friday, which allows for the best combination of tour options. If you would like more than 2 nights at Melbourne Metro YHA, add this request in the comments when booking and we will confirm availability and costs with you.

$799
per person

Melbourne Welcome Package

Everything you need for your first week in Australia! It's our most exciting and unique arrival package - designed by backpackers, for backpackers.

Created for travellers by travellers, this is so much more than a normal welcome package.

Adam and Darryl backpacked the country before settling here for good. They are now adopted Aussies and want to welcome you to your travel adventure with this perfectly organised and action packed week.

 They thought of all the things you could dream of in a first week in Australia:

•       2 day/1 night getaway that includes a surf lesson, wine tasting, Australian Wildlife Park AND Phillip Island penguins.

•       Riverside welcome meal and farewell rooftop BBQ

•       Bar crawl including 4 drinks and pizza!

•       Guided city exploring tour

•       Incredible food and drink tour of this foodie city

•       Beautiful St Kilda beach day including paddle boarding

 

Not only that but they also include everything you really NEED in that first week:

•       Stress free arrival with airport pickup and 7 nights accommodation

•       Tax file number, bank account and phone sim set up

•       Expert guides and fellow travellers forming your new Aussie family

•       Employment help and lifetime Welcome to Travel Membership

 Sounds like the best week ever right? We think so! While the action starts on a Monday the first included night is a Sunday. Landing earlier? That’s fine, we can add extra nights for you too.

The departure dates are below. Secure your departure for January 2018 through to March 2018 now for only $799, save $100!

The airport shuttle can be arranged for any day. You just let us know and we make it happen.

Want to know more? The Welcome to Travel team are available on Skype to answer any questions you might have.

$135
per person

The Grampians national park 1 day tour

Explore one of the world's oldest and most spectacular mountain ranges. Spot native wildlife, learn about local Aboriginal culture and hike the trails to breath taking lookouts.

The Grampians National Park is one of the world’s oldest and most spectacular mountain ranges. The area is home to an abundance of native wildlife, rich in local Aboriginal history and is Victoria’s premier hiking destination. 

En-route to the Grampians you stopover at the township of Beaufort to enjoy your morning tea and give your legs a bit of a stretch. You then travel into the heart of the Grampians National Park where breathtaking mountain views await. 

As you drive through the region your experienced guide will point out unique wildlife including kangaroos, emus and a vast array of birdlife. Visit the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the local indigenous art and heritage. 

Experience the majestic views and scenery from Reeds Lookout, then hike the trails to the remarkable Jaws of Death/Balconies. Then get some time to relax and cool off at the base of Mackenzie Falls or Silverband Falls. 

Return to Melbourne, stopping along the way for dinner (own expense). 

What you need to bring: water bottle, hat, sunscreen, warm clothes, comfortable walking shoes. 

IMPORTANT: A medium fitness level is recommended for this tour due to being a nature based walking tour.


When booking please advise if your pick up is Melbourne Metro YHA or Melbourne Central YHA in comments section

$130
per person

Wilsons Promontory 1 day tour

‘The Prom' is Victoria’s best kept secret. Located at the southernmost point of mainland Australia, it will inspire with its panoramic views, pristine beaches and coastal forests.

‘The Prom' or Wilsons Promontory, is one of Victoria’s best kept secrets. The southernmost point of mainland Australia, it is truly one of the most beautiful spots in the state and makes for a great day tour!

You will experience breathtaking views where the mountains meet the ocean and hike spectacular walking tracks. Enjoy 3-4 hours of hiking the trails such as Mt Bishop, Vereker Outlook or Pillar Point (easy – medium graded walks). Take a walk on Squeaky Beach and be amused by the 'singing sands' as you go. 

With a bit of luck you will see a diverse range of Australian wildlife throughout the national park such as emus, kangaroos, wombats and echidna's.

What you need to bring: Comfortable walking shoes, large water bottle, lunch (you will make a stop to purchase lunch if needed), sunscreen, hat, swimwear and towel

IMPORTANT
Must have a medium level of fitness as this is a nature walking based tour.

When booking please advise if your pick up is Melbourne Metro YHA or Melbourne Central YHA in comments section

FREE things to do in North Melbourne

  1. Melbourne is well known for it's abundance of gardens, so grab your mates, pack a picnic and relax in the sunshine while you eat until your heart's content. We recommend the Royal Botanical Gardens, Carlton Gardens or Flagstaff Gardens.
  2. Tour the arty alleyways, starting at Hosier Lane (opposite Federation Square) and follow the laneways heading north from there.
  3. Visit Federation Square - there's always a festival happening, a weekend market to peruse, a variety of activities going on or something on their big screen to keep you entertained for hours.
  4. Gallery hop between The National Gallery of Victoria, The Ian Potter Centre, ACMI and The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art - all for free!
  5. Head to the Queen Victoria Market to browse the local produce, handmade crafts and secondhand treasures. The Rose Street Artists markets in Fitzroy ooze with Melbourne creativity, and it's free to have a look.
  6. Cycle the city for nothing. Blue bike kiosks are spotted all around the city for visitors and tourists to explore. There's a holding deposit to ride, but the first 30 minutes are free. Start riding from Freshwater place on Southbank and pedal towards Sandridge Bridge for the best Yarra River views.
  7. For an easy, breezy and beautiful beach, head to St. Kilda. The sea front promenade and St Kilda pier have lovely views of the seascape and adrenaline-seeking kite surfers.
  8. Head to the Koorie Heritage Trust’s Cultural Centre in Federation Square. A permanent social history exhibition is complemented by changing exhibitions by new and established Aboriginal artists.

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