- Melbourne Star Observation Wheel
- Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium
- Puffing Billy
- Microflite Scenic Tours
- Steam Railway
Best 5 Attractions in MelbourneMelbourne · 5 Items · Cliff Cornell
Handpicked by a Melbourne Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best 5 Attractions in Melbourne'.
Melbourne Star Observation Wheel is one of only 4 giant observation wheels in the world, and it's certainly a place that must be on your to-do list when visiting Melbourne. Visitors will enjoy stories of Melbourne, including its history, culture and the unique design of the Wheel through displays and story panels, and the in-cabin audio will provide you with interesting facts about Melbourne an... More info
Discover the magical world under the sea. Explore four exciting underwater worlds at the modern Melbourne Aquarium, including the Rainforest Adventure, home to archerfish, turtles and frogs in the tropical north and the extraordinary 360-degree Oceanarium, where you can stand in the midst of a giant fish bowl, with exotic sharks, stingrays, fish and turtles swimming around you. There's also ... More info
Travel on a century-old steam train and enjoy magnificent views. Journey back in time on the best preserved steam train in Australia, Puffing Billy, and follow the original mountain track from the foothills of Belgrave to the mountain town of Gembrook in the scenic Dandenong Ranges, 40km east of Melbourne. This historic route is the last of five original experimental railway lines created to de... More info
Take off from our exclusive helipad. Situated opposite luxurious Southbank and Crown Casino this is the place to impress your Business relations, friends or the love of your life. For a city departure, fly straight over the Yarra River past the MCG, Flinders Street Station and Southbank as you approach the helipad. For a Moorabbin departure, cruise the MCG and further North to the Royal Exhibitio... More info
Sunday fun on an historic steam train. Travel from Moorooduc to Mornington Peninsula and back on the K163, a beautifully restored vintage steam locomotive and carriages. Watch the driver, Eric, as he drives the open steam engine and see coal filling the upper large box and water loading into the tank. The coal stokes the fire and the water creates the steam that makes enough pressure to move th... More info
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