No matter if you’re a tourist or a long-time resident, Melbourne has a lot to offer to those who know how to look. From sports events to attractive locations and delectable food spots, you may never run out of things to do and places to visit. Here is a list you can follow, so you don’t have to plan everything out on your own.
Melbourne from High Up
When looking for a picture-perfect view, climb up to the Eureka Skydeck for a view overlooking Melbourne. An alternative is hot air ballooning over the city. You feel the fresh wind on your face; at the same time, you’ll have a different but still perfect view.
Sports in the City
The 2016 Australian Football League is in full swing. Get AFL West Coast Eagles tickets from different sellers and resellers in the city. Round 17 of the premiership season started on July 14. The Ticket Merchant says you still have until the end of August to catch the premiership before the finals start. Other sports events to watch are the Melbourne Cup in November and the Spring Racing Carnival in October.
Produce and Bargains
Looking for fresh produce? Look no further than the Queen Victoria Market. You will find great bargains for food that originate from around the world. It’s a nice change of pace from the usual dining experience. Other markets you can visit are the South Melbourne Market and the Sunday Camberwell Market.
Victorian Road Trip
When you have had enough of the city, take a relaxing road trip. Coasting down the Great Ocean Road can take you over 243 kilometres along the Victorian Coast. Rent a car, or take a coach tour or a small group tour.
These are only some of what Melbourne offers. Take the plunge. Even residents can increase their love of Melbourne by knowing everything about it. You can explore right now!