Melbourne is Australia's second largest city, and the capital of the south-eastern state of Victoria, located at the head of Port Phillip Bay. Melbourne is Australia’s cultural capital, with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens.
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The city centre of Melbourne represents the city's cultural, entertainment and financial heart.
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The inner east of Melbourne is made up of a number of suburbs and localities, within the municipality known as Yarra.
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Altona is a suburb of Melbourne, 13 km southwest of Melbourne CBD. It is home to Julia Gillard, the first female Prime Minister of Australia.
Inner north
Melbourne's inner north is the city's home of intellect, espresso and literature.
Eureka Skydeck 88 is a scenic lookout in Southbank.
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St Kilda is a vibrant beachside suburb of Port Phillip, in south-eastern inner Melbourne, Australia.
Fitzroy Gardens is a park in East Melbourne.
Eastern Melbourne
The Eastern suburbs of Melbourne extend over a large area south of the Yarra River and west of the Dandenong Ranges.
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Melbourne Airport, also known as Tullamarine Airport, is the largest and most important airport in Melbourne and the state of Victoria, Australia.
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Stonnington is an area and municipality in Melbourne, just south-east of the City Center.
Shrine of Remembrance is a monument / landmark in Melbourne.
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Footscray is an inner-city suburb of Melbourne, a few kilometres west of the CBD.
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Frankston is a city in Victoria, Australia. Frankston is a town 40km from Melbourne on the edge of Port Phillip Bay often referred to as the "Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula".
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The Dandenong Ranges are a group of hills forming the eastern boundary of Melbourne, Australia, about 35 km east of the central city.
Royal Botanic Gardens is a botanical garden in South Yarra.
Brunswick is a suburb in inner-north Melbourne. Brunswick is easily reachable by tram and train.
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Wyndham is a region and local council in the outer suburbs Melbourne. It is located to the south-west of the Melbourne CBD.
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Yarraville is an inner-western suburb of Melbourne in the state of Victoria Catch the train on the Williamstown or Werribee line and get off at Yarraville Station.
AAMI Park is a football stadium in Melbourne.
Inner south
Melbourne's inner south contains a number of suburbs and places worthy of a visit.
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Williamstown is a city in Victoria, about 10 km south of Melbourne. Willy, as the locals call it, has an impressive history: the town was founded in 1835 before Melbourne itself and served as the city's main harbour until the turn of the century.
Northern Melbourne
The Northern suburbs include a large area of Melbourne. Melbourne International Airport is located here in Tullamarine, so the suburbs will be the gateway into Melbourne for many.
The South-eastern suburbs of Melbourne include an area around part of the east coast of Port Phillip Bay.
Hosier Lane is a street art in Melbourne.
Western Melbourne
The Western suburbs span a very large area of Melbourne. Historically, it has been considered the poorer, working-class side of the city.
Yarra River is a river in Melbourne.
Rod Laver Arena is a tennis in Melbourne.
Regent Theatre is a theater in Melbourne.
Melbourne Recital Centre is a performing arts venue in Melbourne.
Abbotsford Convent is a cultural center in Melbourne.
Southbank Theatre is a performing arts venue in Southbank.
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