Top Melbourne Attractions


Your hen’s getaway to Melbourne will see you enjoying drool-worthy meals, champers and cocktails in this city renowned for art, culture, and divine food.


Melbourne is brimming with activities that suit everyone. You and your besties can indulge in a cooking party, wellness and day spa, and a makeover party. You can visit an array of art galleries and venture to Melbourne Zoo, and if cuteness is your thing, then a trip to Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Penguin Parade is a must. And you’ll be immersed in nature with the serenity of lakes and diverse plant collections with a trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens, joining 1,900,000 visitors annually who descend upon this beautiful natural wonderland.


Our packages are truly Wicked, which range from the mild to the wild. You can choose any activity or build your own package – the options are endless but fun, well, that is guaranteed!

To ensure you experience everything great about Melbourne, we have compiled a list of the top ten things you should do while you’re in the city.


See Spectacular Views at Melbourne Skydeck

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You’ll be dazzled when visiting the Melbourne Skydeck, which houses the highest observation deck in the southern hemisphere. Standing at 300 metres high, you’ll take in the stunning city views. And why not head for speciality cocktails and a theatre experience at the renowned Bar 88, where a ‘Cocktails in the Clouds’ special is on offer?


Fall in Love with Art

Victoria National Gallery

Melbourne is famed for its brimming art scene, and a trip to the National Gallery of Victoria is a must. It’s the country’s oldest and most-visited gallery, with a collection of over 70,000 pieces from Australia and worldwide. The city is also known for its street art, so why not take a self-guided walk through the city’s laneways, where you’ll see the city’s best artworks? The tour is approximately 3km and takes around two hours to complete – and there’s even an AC/DC Lane named after the iconic rock band, scattered with rock ‘n’ roll, memorabilia. How cool is that?


Enjoy a Bottomless Cocktail Cruise on the Yarra River

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What better way to explore the stunning Yarra River than with a luxury cruise with free-flowing drinks? You’ll love every minute of this cruise with a floating bar, a pumping sound system and tunes that will get you into the groove. There’s an outdoor beer garden deck and the cocktail selection is sure to impress. It’s a wonderful opportunity to take jaw dropping Insta pictures as the sun sets in the twilight.


Take a Stroll over St Kilda Pier


With stunning views of the Melbourne skyline, a trip to St Kilda Pier is a tourist’s delight. You can take a simple stroll over the pier, go cycling, rollerblading or fishing. You can also enjoy a BBQ or picnic at its facilities. And for a day out basking in the sun, St Kilda is the place to be.


Get Back to Nature with a Trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens 


Sitting on 38 hectares, the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria was founded in 1846 and sits on the Yarra River. You’ll enjoy the lush scenery of trees, garden beds, lakes, and lawns. Admission is free, and there are even complimentary group tours. With two cafes, outdoor pavilions, a visitor centre, and a gift shop, you won’t be at a loss for things to do.


See a Wide Range of Animals at Melbourne Zoo

Girraffes Melbourne Zoo

If you love seeing animals at play, you’ll thoroughly enjoy a trip to Melbourne Zoo. Located 4 kilometres north of the centre of Melbourne, the zoo is home to 3742 animals, comprising of 243 species from Australia and around the world. Walking through the zoo, you’ll see monkeys swinging from tree to tree, and you can walk the Trail of Elephants. To make the most of your trip, allocate two to three hours to see the vast range of animals and bird life.


Experience the Ultimate High Tea at Hopetoun Tea Rooms 

High Tea Hopetoun Tea Rooms

Live it up like a queen with a High Tea experience at Hopetoun Tea Rooms. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into 19th-century England as you tuck into drool-worthy savouries such as smoked salmon sandwiches with dill cream cheese, cucumber and roquette, to name just a few. For those with a sweet tooth, you’ll enjoy a Green Tea profiterole – cream puff with white chocolate and green tea ganache, or a Raspberry Pistachio Opera – Raspberry and vanilla almond sponge layered with mascarpone cream, raspberry and pistachio paste.


Taste Fine Wines with a Yarra Valley Winery Tour 


Wine lovers will rejoice with a trip to Victoria’s wine country. You’ll visit the Balgownie Estate, Steels Gate Winery, Greenstone Vineyards, and Yering Farm – the most popular wineries. You’ll also enjoy wine tastings, a delicious lunch and learn about the art of winemaking. Expect to savour over crisp chardonnays, shiraz, and pinot noirs. 


Head to the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere

Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market is a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike. The markets in the CBD cover over seven hectares and feature over 600 small businesses. From Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, you’ll find everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to local and imported gourmet foods, including delectable meats and fine cheeses. You’ll also find stores selling clothing, accessories, and souvenirs.


Watch Adorable Penguins at play at Phillip Island

Penguins Phillip Island

It’s technically not in Melbourne, but a 90-minute drive away from the CBD, but a trip to Phillip Island is so worth it. It’s home to the largest Little Penguin colony in the world. The penguins have inhabited the area for thousands of years, and you’ll see them arrive nightly after spending their days out in the sea looking for fish. The sight of these cute birds in their natural habitat is magical.


We’re sure you’ll fall in love with Melbourne and everything it offers.

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