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Melbourne, Australia Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 339
Total Sleeping Rooms 30,819
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,604
Committable Meeting Rooms* 63
Convention Center Space 1,000,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 300,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 300,000 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate AUD $270
Average Daily Meal Cost AUD $210
Average Weekly Car Rental AUD $251
*Maximum for a single hotel

Melbourne, Australia Things to Do and Attractions

Melbourne Museum

Home to eight main exhibition galleries, the Melbourne Museum is the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere. Devoted to the culture and history of Victoria, the museum invites visitors to marvel at the complete skeleton of a blue whale, or stop by

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Federation Square

Art and culture form the beating heart of Melbourne, so it's not surprising to find many of city's top attractions in one place. Federation Square, often referred to as Fed Square, is a thriving tourist plaza and popular meeting place that dazzles

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Queen Victoria Market

As the only surviving 19th century market in the city and the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere, the Queen Victoria Market is the true queen of Melbourn's markets, offering visitors a cosmopolitan shopping haven. Attracting millions

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Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

Melbourne's state-of-the-art aquarium captivates its guests at the 360-degree Oceanarium, home to giant sharks and stingrays that are fed daily in an incredible live show. Other exhibitions and encounters include the Great Barrier Reef, sea jellies,

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Part of Museum Victoria, Scienceworks is at the forefront of interactive and hands-on learning with its stunning assortment of displays, activities, demonstrations, experiments, and tours. Guests can get active in an extreme snowboarding experience

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Luna Park Melbourne

A historic amusement park, located in the stunning beachside suburb of St Kilda, Luna Park Melbourne boasts 18 rides and attractions including the Enterprise, Pharaoh's Curse and G-Force high-speed thrill ride, as well as old favorites such as the

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Fitzroy Gardens

Fitzroy Gardens are a wonderful example of Victorian era landscape gardening, covering 64 acres in the heart of Melbourne. Attracting over two million local and international visitors every year, these gardens certainly reinforce Melbourne's

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Royal Botanic Gardens

Widely regarded as the best botanical gardens in Australia and among the best in the world, a visit to Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens comes highly recommended. Located southeast of Melbourne's central business district, the gardens spread out

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St. Kilda Beach

St Kilda Beach, with its glittering sands and calm safe water, is a popular summer destination for Melburnians. A great place to escape the heat of the city, visitors stop by the beach to relax, swim, sunbathe, or partake in a wide variety of

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Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex

Located on the banks of the River Yarra, the Crown Entertainment Complex is the largest gambling center in the Southern Hemisphere, well able to cater for those who like a bet. Games include traditional standbys of blackjack, craps, pai gow, poker,

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Arts Centre Melbourne

The Arts Centre Melbourne, with its enormous skyward spire, is the flagship of performing arts in Melbourne and a national icon. Comprising two buildings, the Melbourne Concert Hall and the Theatres Building, the center hosts Opera Australia's

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National Gallery of Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria has the largest art collection in Australia, so large that in the mid-1990s it was split between two sites to accommodate it all. NGV Australia in Federation Square showcases Australian art, including colonial, modern

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Widely regarded by food critics as one of the best Lebanese restaurants in the city, Alba is characterized by its special warmth and unique family feel. Patrons can expand their knowledge of Lebanese food with her famous kibbee, or raw, spiced ground

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Colonial Tramcar Restaurant

For a unique meal in Melbourne, guests can hop on the Melbourne Colonial Tramcar Restaurant. This classic 1927 tram restaurant offers traditional silver and white linen service as it cruises though Melbourne's bygone days. The unique restaurant

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Flower Drum

The Flower Drum is Melbourne's most famous Chinese restaurant, making it essential to book well in advance. Diners savor traditional Cantonese fare amid wood statues and silk portraits in the spacious dining room. Flower Drum features two spaces for

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