Melbourne Tour in Australia Travel
Melbourne Melbourne is the state capital and largest city in the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-largest city in Australia after Sydney. Melbourne was the capital city of Australia from 1901 until 1927. Melbourne is also home to some of Australia's biggest sports events including: the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival (including the 'race that stops the nation', the Melbourne Cup), the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, the Australian Tennis Open and the AFL Grand Final. Melbourne hosted the first Olympic Games in the southern hemisphere in 1956, as well as the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

The city's tourism information centre is located at Federation Square. The Fitzroy Gardens in East Melbourne has many attractions including Captain Cook's Cottage. Along St Kilda Road there are many cultural attractions, including the National Gallery of Victoria, the Shrine of Remembrance, King's Domain and the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, the Arts Centre, and Victoria Barracks. Southbank on the southern bank of the Yarra River attracts locals and tourists alike for its mix of dining, shopping and recreational facilities.

There are many skyscrapers in Melbourne, including Eureka Tower and the Rialto Towers. Both buildings feature observation decks and facilities for hosting tourists.

Melbourne is also surrounded by many wine-producing regions.
Melbourne Tour Attractions
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