Melbourne Victoria - Place to Live
Melbourne is consistently voted the world’s most liveable city and business in Victoria are quick to tell visitors that commercial companies are what makes this city such a great place to live from their including restaurants (‘400 Gradi makes the world’s best margherita pizza, you know!’) to the laneway bars and cafes (‘better than Sydney’).
But what makes a city really liveable is, Melbourne having waterproofing contractors that can fix leaking balconies, and the stuff you can enjoy without spending a lot.
Places of Interest in Melbourne
1. Melbourne City Circle Tram
The City Circle Tram in Melbourne is a boon to Melbourne visitors. It operates daily along a city circuit passing a number of Melbou1.6rne attractions.
Not only is travel completely free on the Melbourne City Circle Tram but you get a running commentary on the places of interest along its route. You can get off the tram at any of its stops, so you can visit particular attractions at close hand, and catch the next one.
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2. Queen Victoria Market
Victoria Market is Melbourne’s major & must visit tourist destination, offering a variety of fruit and vegetables, meat, poultry and seafood, gourmet and deli foods as well as specialty delicacies.
It also has a large non-food related market, selling a diverse range of clothing, shoes, jewellery and handmade art and crafts.
The friendly competition between stallholders, and their concern for customers, is what gives the Market its Old World charm and the addictive power to draw millions of visitors each year.
Opening Hours :
Tuesday & Thursday 6am – 2pm / Friday 6am – 6pm / Saturday 6am – 3pm / Sunday 9am – 4pm
Closed on Monday & Wednesday.
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3. Flinder's Street Station
Flinders Street Station is among Melbourne’s most recognizable landmarks & the busiest suburban railway Station in the southern hemisphere.
The Melburnian idiom “I’ll meet you under the clocks” refers to the row of clocks above the main entrance, which indicate the departure time of the next train on each line
4. Penguin Parade
The Penguin Parade is Australia’s most popular wildlife attraction and home to the largest Little Penguin colony in the world.
Every sunset, the hundreds to over a thousand wild Little Penguins emerge from the sea and march across the beach to their sand dune burrows.
The Little Penguin is the world’s smallest (and cutest) penguin and the Penguin Parade is the best place to experience this completely natural phenomenon. The water around Victoria and Melbourne's penguins requires best waterproofers in Melbourne.