Sep
24
2017

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

Are you planning a trip to one of the world’s most liveable cities anytime soon? There are many great Melbourne attractions that you can’t say no to. We’ve done the ground work to help you figure out what you should be adding to your holiday bucket list.

Begin your journey by sussing out DriveNow’s website for Melbourne Airport cheap car rental deals before adding one of these top Melbourne attractions to your itinerary.

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

It’s the Southern Hemisphere’s only giant observation wheel. There’s no way you can visit Melbourne and miss seeing an incredible birds eye view of the city. The 40 storey high structure offers 360 degree views of the city. Visit during the day, at sunset, or night to see this amazing city from a different perspective.

St Kilda Beach

If you’re visiting Victoria in the summer, then you simply must make St Kilda Beach one of your must-see Melbourne attractions. Thousands of people line the golden, sandy beach when the weather is perfect, making it the hub of Port Phillip Bay. There’s people roller blading by, others licking an ice cream while children scream with joy on the Luna Park rollercoaster ride nearby.

National Gallery of Victoria

Melbourne is an amazing place for art lovers. The National Gallery of Victoria is Australia’s oldest, largest and most visited art museum. It houses an extensive collection of 70,000 paintings, sculptures and fascinating displays. Here you can learn about Australian, Indigenous and international history and culture.

Highlights of Melbourne Cruise

Cruise down the Yarra River during the day or sunset to capture the city’s beautiful skyline. The boat ride takes you past the lush river gardens, Herring Island, Docklands and the iconic Westgate Bridge. You’ll appreciate these amazing Melbourne attractions from a different perspective, all while a narrator fills you in on each landmark’s significance.

Brianna Piazza

Brianna Piazza is an Australian television reporter and part-time travel blogger. Originally from Melbourne, she's currently living in Cairns where she works for WIN News and spends her weekends exploring the outdoors Far North Queensland.

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