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What to do and see in Melbourne

Route through Melbourne:


Melbourne is perhaps the most European city in Australia. As it is relatively small and manageable, instead of visiting a few monuments here and there, it's better to tour the entire city. We recommend taking the circular tramline. It's free and makes a loop around all of Melbourne (with audio guide). The most essential visits are: crossing Princess Bridge to Queen ...

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Visit to Santa Kilda in Melbourne:

Santa Kilda, Melbourne

Brief description: Santa Kilda is one of the most emblematic and fashionable suburbs in Melbourne. Famous for its location on the bay, it has interesting views and a good beach for sunbathing and swimming in summer. It is worth to go to the pier to see the penguins, very friendly with the visitors. Very close to the beach are the iconic Palais Theater and the Luna ...

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From Melbourne to Port Campbell on the Great Ocean Road (283km / 176mi):

Great Ocean Road

Brief description: panoramic road that leaves Melbourne and runs south along the Australian coast. Very famous for the natural beauty of the coast and beaches for surfing. But, in comparison with the tropical waters of Queensland, the water is icy cold! We recommend stopping along the way at a beach or two for a walk and watching the surfers. Don't miss Bells ...

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Return from to Port Campbell to Melbourne (229km / 142mi):

Brief description: return to Melbourne following the interior route in this case. On the way we recommend stopping to rest in Winchelsea, a pretty little town with a small lake. You can also stop at one of the wineries along the way and buy a bottle of Australian wine! How to get there: take Great Ocean Road heading west. Then branch off onto Cobden-Port Campbell Rd ...

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