Melbourne: A City Both Scenic and Cosmopolitan

Overwhelmed by charming laneways, historic museums, striking street arts, unique shops and numerous other treasures, Melbourne is a treat for every inquisitive traveller.

Come, let’s have a look at some wonderful things this city has to offer —

Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens

A masterpiece of Australian and world history, Royal Exhibition Building is one of the oldest remaining exhibition pavilions of the world and a true Melbourne landmark.


St. Kilda Pier

Visit the St. Kilda Pier for the most sensational views of the Melbourne skyline and Port Phillip Bay. Spend your time here strolling, rollerblading, cycling, fishing or spotting the penguins.


Royal Botanical Gardens

Away from the humdrum of the city, find solace at the blossoming beauty of Royal Botanical Gardens.


Hosier Lane

Hosier Lane is the answer to the question, why ‘Melbourne is known as the art capital of Australia’. Take a walk down the bluestone laneway and admire the artworks.


Cooks’ Cottage

Originally built in Yorkshire and brought to Melbourne by Sir Russell Grimwade in 1934, Cooks’ Cottage has a fascinating story to tell.  Explore this delightful English cottage and take a step back in time.


Flinders Street Railway Station

The prominent dome, an arched entrance and ancient clocks make Flinders Street Railway Station one of the city’s most recognisable landmarks.


Degraves Street

A quintessential Melbourne laneway, Degraves Street is known for its amazing artworks, quirky boutiques, chic cafes, year-round alfresco dining, and a lively atmosphere.


The Crown

Try your luck at the in-house casino and enjoy a luxury stay at the Crown, located south bank of the Yarra River.


Morning, Evening, Night: All in a different light

Sunny, Scintillating Days


Pretty, Peaceful Evenings


Glittering, Gorgeous Nights 


Hope these pictures have inspired you to travel to this stunning city. Book your tickets now!