Federation Square

Ever since this landmark cultural and entertainment destination was opened to the public, Melburnians and visitors have been gathering here. Locals have embraced Fed Square as a true reflection of their city, with rich cultural experiences, a diversity of places to eat and drink, unique shopping and a wealth of information to welcome visitors. Fed Square is where cultures meet, friends meet, minds meet and worlds meet.

Home to The Atrium, The Ian Potter Centre of the National Gallery of Victoria, BMW Edge Amphitheatre, The Australian Racing Museum and much more, you can discover the full story and complete range of experiences on the Federation Square website.

National Gallery Of Victoria

Founded in 1861, The National Gallery of Victoria is Australia’s oldest public art gallery. Stretching from the top of St Kilda Road across the Yarra River to Federation Square, the museum is only a short tram ride away from your Melbourne accommodation, Hotel Lindrum.

Queen Victoria Market occupies 7 hectares within the Melbourne Central Business District. There are 140 leasehold premises and over 600 periodical licence stallholders. It is a well-known historical and cultural icon for the City of Melbourne, and it’s the largest and most original retail market in the metropolitan area.

Queen Victoria Market

Offering all sorts of fresh and quality products, jewellery and handmade crafts, Queen Victoria Market is a true Melbourne icon. This story began 140 years ago, and it has a somewhat colourful and controversial note to it.

Home to The Atrium, The Ian Potter Centre of the National Gallery of Victoria, BMW Edge Amphitheatre, The Australian Racing Museum and much more, you can discover the full story and complete range of experiences on the Federation Square website.

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Catch a Melbourne Storm game while staying at Lindrum. The Melbourne Storm is the most famous rugby team in the state. People from all over Victoria and home, city fans come to the games to cheer on their favourite team to victory. International travellers that love rugby, also come to catch a game and see the popular Melbourne Storm in action.

Bourke Street Mall

Take a deep breath and dive into the bustling hive of commerce that is the Bourke Street Mall, emerging hours later, arms laden with shopping bags and head reverberating with the sounds of the street's lively buskers. Melbourne's retail heart links Swanston and Elizabeth streets and is only open to trams and pedestrians. Listen out for the bells of approaching trams as you drift between department stores and the flagships of Forever New, Sportsgirl and Zara.

Crown Melbourne

Set alongside the Yarra River in Melbourne’s vibrant Southbank precinct, Crown is Melbourne's premier entertainment venue. Attracting over 18 million visitors each year, Crown Melbourne offers a brilliant combination of luxury, warm service and non-stop excitement. Crown is home to three iconic hotels surrounded by restaurants, shopping, entertainment, opulent day spa, and the excitement of the casino. Experience the unsurpassed opulence of Crown Towers, the contemporary luxury of Crown Metropol, or the relaxed style of Crown Promenade.

Eureka Skydeck 88

Nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe inspiring views from the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere at Melbourne's Eureka Skydeck 88. Eureka Skydeck 88 is Melbourne's must see attraction. Two dedicated lifts propel visitors to level 88 in under 40 seconds. Only Skydeck 88 can take you to The Edge, a switchable glass cube which slides out from the building, with you inside.

Rod Laver Arena

Rod Laver Arena is is one of the world's premier sport and entertainment venues, located in Melbourne Park on the banks of the Yarra River and just a short walk from the city centre. Every January the Australian Open is held at Melbourne Park, with Rod Laver Arena being renowned as 'Centre Court', where headline matches are played and stars are born. Throughout the year Rod Laver Arena holds a range of concerts and events, including the most famous and critically acclaimed international music acts, as well as family shows, dirt bikes and wrestling.

Arts Centre Melbourne

Arts Centre Melbourne is both a defining Melbourne landmark and Australia's largest performing arts centre. For more than 30 years, Arts Centre Melbourne has been Melbourne’s leading venue for world-class theatre, dance, music and more. In the Theatres Building, directly under the venue’s iconic Spire, are three separate theatres – the State Theatre, which boasts one of the world’s largest stages and hosts performances by Opera Australia and The Australian Ballet, the Playhouse and the intimate Fairfax Studio.

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Melbourne Gardens

Attracting over 1,900,000 visitors annually, Melbourne Gardens is a treasured part of cultural life and a valuable asset to the heritage rich city. With its stunning vistas, tranquil lakes and diverse plant collections, the Gardens are a place of continual discovery and delight. Enjoy the Aboriginal Heritage Walk, a Free Guided Walk, a ride on the Garden Explorer or Punting on the tranquil Ornamental Lake, all set against a beautiful backdrop and just moments from the city.

Marvel Stadium

Marvel Stadium is the most versatile, flexible and technologically advanced stadium in Australia, boasting a free high density Wi-Fi network, a 1500 strong high definition Internet Protocol Television network and a fully retractable roof. Widely considered the busiest stadium in the world, Marvel Stadium hosts as many as 80 arena sports and entertainment events as well as 600 non-event day functions annually in its function spaces.

Yarra River

Board one of the many river craft at Southgate or Princes Walk or travel along the Yarra in your own boat to visit attractions such as Melbourne Park for the Australian Tennis Open, the Royal Botanical Gardens and Herring Island Park. The Yarra River is now the undisputed social heart of marvellous Melbourne. A Melbourne icon, the river is the focus for numerous spectacular events including the famous Moomba festival, rowing regattas, the Melbourne Festival and Dragon Boat Festivals.

Her Majesty’e Theatre

Her Majesty's Theatre, one of Melbourne's most iconic venues for live performance, has been entertaining Australia since 1886. Newly restored and with ongoing renovations and improvements - including new and more comfortable seats throughout the auditorium, a modern stage house, enlarged orchestra pit and upgraded backstage facilities - Her Majesty's Theatre continues to be a truly dynamic venue, hosting musicals, plays, opera, dance, comedy and more.