Living & Studying in Melbourne Australia<

Living & Studying in Melbourne Australia

Melbourne is the capital of the State of Victoria. It is situated on the Yarra River and around Port Phillip Bay with its beautiful beaches and water sports facilities. It is a beautiful spacious city with parks, gardens, sporting venues and scenic places With a population of 3.7 million, the city hosts a variety of festivals, cultural and sporting events including the Australian Grand Prix and the Australian Open Tennis which make it one of Australia's top tourist destinations. Melbourne is clean, green and friendly. It was recently voted as the second most liveable city in the world. Melbourne is only a short distance from many beautiful beaches perfect for swimming and water sports, as well as the Victorian mountain regions, where skiing is popular during winter. The city has an amazing range of attractions and activities to keep you entertained all year ‘round.It boasts great events, a passion for food and wine and a fabulous arts scene. Known as a style-setter, Melbourne is home to a non-stop program of festivals, renowned dining, major art exhibitions and musical extravaganzas.

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The City of Melbourne has distinct ‘Precincts’, small pockets in the city with their own unique character, colour and charm. Lygon Street in Carlton is known as Melbourne’s “Little Italy” and is where the city’s famous café culture was born. Little Bourke Street—a slice of Asia in the heart of the city- is the focus of the buzzing Chinatown Precinct, and Lonsdale Street also known as Melbourne’s Greek Precinct makes it one of the world's most multicultural cities.

 

There are now people from 160 nations living harmoniously together.
This broad ethnic mix has brought many benefits to the city including a wide range of cuisines and over 2,500 elegant restaurants, bistros and cafes.

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Bars & Nightlife

Wander the city’s broad boulevards and narrow lanes and you’ll discover a wealth of places in which to drink, catch-up with friends or dance until dawn.

Flinders Quarter

Once home to the rag trade, Flinders Quarter is now Melbourne’s designer paradise where you’ll discover clothes, furniture, craft, art, organic food, film, poetry bookshops, cigar bars, fishing rods, basement jazz and warehouse conversions. The precinct also houses Australia’s largest concentration of commercial art galleries.

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For a Free Guide to Studying and Living in Australia, click here or visit: http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/Sia/en/Home.htm
For more information of the City of Melbourne: www.melbourne.vic.gov.au
For details of holiday destinations around Melbourne: www.visitvictoria.com.au

Attractions and Activities to keep you Entertained all Year 'Round

Eureka Sky deck 88

Have you ever wanted to reach for the sky? Have you ever dreamed of having a ‘birds eye’ view of Melbourne? Prepare yourself for one of the most awe inspiring moments that you will experience in the Southern Hemisphere!

Melbourne Aquarium

Set on the banks of the picturesque Yarra River, this is the only Southern Ocean aquarium in Australia. Created 20 metres under the river's surface is a marine world where you will meet many of the marvellous creatures from our oceans in an interactive, eye-opening experience.

Melbourne Museum

In the heart of Melbourne’s Carlton Gardens, One of Australia's most striking contemporary buildings, Melbourne Museum is an innovative playground of interactive fun. Experience Australia's culture, history and nature through a range of fascinating icons, stories and performances at this award-winning attraction.

Phillip Island Nature Park

Whilst in a constantly growing city, environmental preservation is a Major priority. Phillip island is home to Victoria’s Fairy Penguin Population.
Experience a magical act of nature as the penguins march along the sands of Phillip Island.

Other Attractions

  • Melbourne Observation Deck
  • Melbourne River Cruises
  • Great Ocean Road
  • Victorian Arts Centre
  • Old Melbourne Gaol
  • Federation Square
  • Docklands
  • Botanical Gardens