Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and the second-most populous city in Australia, with a history of Aboriginal and European settlement dating back to 1803. It is a leading financial centre, cultural hub and tourist destination, known for its landmarks, sports, arts and liveability.
Melbourne is the capital of Victoria, Australia, and the world’s most southerly city with a population of more than 1,000,000. Learn about its history, population, map, climate, and facts from Britannica.
Melbourne is Australia's cultural and dining capital, with a vibrant laneways scene, a rich Aboriginal culture and a diverse arts and culture scene. Explore its bustling laneways, trendy neighbourhoods and sophisticated foodie scene to get a taste of what Melbourne is all about. Find out where to shop, eat, stay and play in Melbourne and nearby destinations.
Entry page to the official North America website of Visit Victoria. Find out about destinations, accommodation, festivals and events, attractions and touring routes in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. This site also provides accommodation information and booking services.
Find the best attractions and tours in Melbourne, Australia's second-largest city, with photos, ratings, and reviews from travelers. Explore popular destinations like the Royal Botanic Gardens, the City Circle Tram, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, and more.
Melbourne is a city with many layers and histories to uncover, from high culture to local life. Explore its coffee scene, street art, art galleries, parks and gardens, dining scene, and more with this guide from Lonely Planet. Discover the best things to do in Melbourne for every season and interest.