Victoria's capital situated in the south of Australia at the Yarra River is the second biggest city after Sydney on the continent. An internship in the trendy metropolis promises interesting and a culturally diverse experience!
Melbourne's Federation Square offers everything one desires. Next to movie theatres, restaurants, cafés and bars you find a lot of tourist attractions as well as events and festivals. Its architecture alone makes it worth a visit!
City Circle Tram
To get an overview of Melbourne you best hop on the legendary, old fashioned tram. It offers the opportunity to get to know Melbourne a lot better as it drives past attractions in Flinders Street, Spring Street, La Trobe Street and Harbour Esplanade. And the best thing about it: it's for free!
Crown Entertainment Complex
Melbourne's Crown Entertainment Complex offers a variety of restaurants, cafés, bars and nightclubs next to a luxurious 5 Star hotel and the biggest casino in the southern hemisphere.
Eureka Skydeck 88
The Eureka Tower is the highest residential skyscraper in the world. You can enjoy a phenomenal view over the city from its "Skydeck 88" on the 88th floor. Get a true thrill in "The Edge", a glass cube hovering 300 meters above ground! You better not be afraid of heights!
The aquarium with 2.2 million liters of water is home to sharks, ocean turtles and various other sea dwellers from the southern ocean.
You can find the most interesting information about Melbourne`s history and development in this museum. Next to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre and a "living" forest you will also be fascinated by an exhibition of living bugs and insects.
Melbourne Observation Deck
The deck is on the highest skyscraper in the southern hemisphere, the Rialto Tower. Don't miss a faboulous view of Melbourne from the 55th floor, 253 m above ground!
Queen Victoria Market
A true institution among tourists and locals! The Queen Victoria Market is Melbourne's oldest and biggest market with a colorful mix of street musicians, interesting souvenirs and gourmet meals. It is a shopping haven, historical landmark and tourist attraction!
Royal Botanical Gardens
The Royal Botanical Gardens is one of Melbourne's most popular tourist attractions. It covers 35 ha land and offers a divers vegetation with over 50,000 plants and flowers. Next to the beautiful fauna in one of the most beautiful parks in the world you will be able to enjoy a lot of events the whole year round.
Picture this Ballooning
Go on a hot air balloon ride and have a phenomenal view of Melbourne and then have breakfast on the 35th floor of the Sofitel. Don't forget to make a booking!