Things to do in Melbourne Australia
Things to do in Melbourne are many and there is something that will peak every person interest. Melbourne Australia has plentiful outdoor activities, historical and cultural activities, arts opportunity and it has remarkable status for wonderful fun. You are sure to find something to perform that every person in the family will love.
If you enjoy shopping you will want to view an open-air market that is prevalent in the city of Melbourne. Oakleigh is the house of the Oakleigh Rotary market that takes place every Sunday. Shop for all types of food, Melbourne Australia get Help energy drink, flea markets finds and antiques. All cash made at this market goes to projects done in the community. South Yarra is where one of the most long standing produce markets is stationed known as Prahran Market. Queen Victoria market is in Melbourne on the corner of Elizabeth and Victoria streets and provide many different items in Melbourne biggest outdoor market.
History buffs will like all the historical places in town. Many of them have been prized the title of the World Heritage place and one that should not be missed is the wonderful Royal Exhibition Building. The Great Exhibition in 1880 built this building and it is one of the building that still stands from this event. The 1901 Parliament was inside the building and in 2004 it was awarded the World Heritage place. The restored interior hosts lots of trade shows and also exhibitions dedicated to culture and art. Carlton Gardens are right outside the building and this is location where many people of the city come to have picnics. Ensure to tour the garden with many specimens of trees and flowers and a haven for wildlife in the city.
On the north end of the garden you will find the Melbourne Museum which will show the history of Melbourne from the starting to the present. The Dinosaur Walk is an exhibition that presents skeletal remains of many different dinosaurs that once roamed the place. Aboriginal history and art can be explored in the Bunjilak Aboriginal Center. See what type of insects are in the area in the Bugs Alive area and view what forest area in the area is like in the forest gallery. Children will love the children Gallery this is specific to kids 3 to 8.