Melbourne

Melbourne: Things to Do

The Best Sights and Experiences

Park Regis Griffin Suites is centrally located 5 minutes from St Kilda and 7 minutes from iconic Melbourne Shopping district Chapel Street. A tram stop number 27 is located directly opposite the hotel and provides easy access to popular Melbourne attractions including Crown Casino, and Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), both within 12 minutes’ drive.

Regarded as the cultural capital of Australia, Melbourne’s endless amount of art, food, sport, and shopping culture sets it apart from the rest of the world. Embrace Melbourne’s fantastic range of attractions and events as you go and explore the region! every culture has created the progressive fusion style which defines Melbourne’s food and culture.

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Great Ocean Road Beach

Great Ocean Road Tour

Driving along the Great Ocean Road, you’ll have the chance to take in Australia’s stunning coastline scenery as well as spot wildlife in their natural habitats, including kangaroos, koalas, and various bird species. Learn More

Phillip Island

Phillip Island Tour

Begin with a midday visit to the photogenic Brighton Beach bathing boxes. From there, you can travel to Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, where you’ll have the chance to learn about kangaroos, koalas, bandicoots, and Tasmanian devils. Learn More

Yara Valley Vineyard

Yarra Valley Wine Tour

Yarra Valley begins with a visit to a boutique orchard. Stop at Yarra Valley Dairy for a taste of produce and cheese. Enjoy the Lunch at Rochford Wines, where you can choose between four set meals as you enjoy coffee, tea, or a glass of wine. After lunch, you can travel to Victoria’s oldest vineyards at Yering Station. End the tour with a chocolate tasting at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie, where you can watch chocolatiers at work. Learn More

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium

Sea Life Melbourne

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium in central Melbourne, Australia. It is located on the banks of the Yarra River beside and under the Flinders Street Viaduct and the King Street Bridge. Learn More

Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo

Journey through a world of wildlife in the heart of Melbourne. Over 320 species from around the world call Melbourne Zoo home. Stroll through the lush rainforests, where tigers roam and monkeys swing from tree to tree. Come eye-to-eye with orang-utans in their special elevated home and walk the Trail of Elephants. Spot unique Australian wildlife including koalas and kangaroos set against stunning native flora, and head into an underwater world showcasing playful Victorian little penguins and fur seals. Learn More

Albert Park Golf Course

Albert Park Golf Course

Just 2km from Melbourne’s busy CBD and situated around the racetrack of the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, Albert Park is a Championship Golf Course not to be missed. Learn More

Aquatic Centre

Aquatic Centre

Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre is home to world-class aquatic facilities that are accessible to everyone at any level. Learn More

Southgate

Southgate Melbourne

Southgate offers a diverse range of menus and dining experiences, all with a spectacular backdrop of Melbourne’s city skyline. From great celebrations, intimate dinners or drinks with colleagues and friends. Southgate has a range of restaurants, bars and café’s to suit the occasion. Learn More

Lygon Street

Lygon Street

Lygon is one of Melbourne’s best-known streets, but it cops a lot of unfair flack. It’s true that the Italian restaurant precinct – which roughly occupies the blocks between Carlton’s Queensbury and Elgin streets – has its fair share of tourist traps, but there are plenty of great restaurants hidden among the chequered tablecloths. Learn More

Chinatown Melbourne

Chinatown

Chinatown is an ethnic enclave in the Central Business District of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Centred at the eastern end of Little Bourke Street, it extends between the corners of Swanston and Spring Streets, and consists of numerous laneways, alleys and arcades. Learn More

Chapel Street Melbourne

Chapel Street

Chapel Street’s a melting pot of, well, melting pots, with every cuisine imaginable lining its expansive street. Sometimes it can be a little overwhelming trying to choose the right foodie destination to satisfy your rumbling tum, especially because the famed street is three suburbs long. Learn More

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Park Regis Griffin Suites is centrally located to connect you with iconic attractions, destinations and local activities. Our interactive map below allows you to click on our recommendation locations to visit when staying at Park Regis Griffin Suites.