City Centre



Melbourne fast-paced City Centre attracts the most tourists and temporary visitors. Its Victorian architecture, cafes, and boutiques make this neighborhood a fine place to spend a full day. The city’s colonial-era railway station, Flinders Street Railway Station, is best known for the several clocks that hang over the main entrance, making it a popular meeting spot. Federation Square is likewise a popular and modern-looking meeting place. Another recognizable landmark is Eureka Tower, which is the tallest residential building in the southern hemisphere and features panoramic views of the city. The Docklands precinct is full of shops and restaurants, while the Queen Victoria Market provides a vast array of produce and souvenirs. Finally, take a stroll along the pretty promenade strewn with bars and restaurants and a Sunday market in Southgate.