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Cook's Cottage

Cook's CottageNearby City

4.3/5236 Reviews
Famous Residences
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
To commemorate the discoverers of Australia: the famous British navigator James Cook, the Australian industrialist Sir Russell bought Captain Cook's parents in the former residence of Yorkshire, England, as a gift to the Melbourne citizens. Captain Cook’s Cabin is therefore the only building in Melbourne that was truly built in the 18th century. In fact, Captain Cook has been exploring the unknown land for the rest of his life, and he probably never stepped in this former residence in Yorkshire.
Carlton Gardens

Carlton GardensNearby City

4.4/559 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
City Park
Open all day. (Local time)
You can't miss Carlton Gardens, a World Heritage Site, on your next trip to Melbourne, Australia. Although you must travel to the outskirts of the city to visit, it is well worth the trip as these gardens encompass the Royal Exhibition Building and Melbourne Museum. You can enjoy the contrast the gardens provide from the city of Melbourne, as here you can hike, walk, play tennis and cycle. While you hike, cycle, or simply enjoy nature, your kids can attend the Children's Traffic School and learn about safety. Best of all, your visit to the Carlton Gardens boasts free admission.
The Royal Exhibition Building

The Royal Exhibition BuildingNearby City

4.6/5100 Reviews
Exhibition Hall
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
The Royal Exhibition Building, the only Australian architecture listed on the United Nations World Heritage, was designed for international exhibitions held in Melbourne from 1880 to 1888. The building, with its overall Byzantine style, incorporates Italian Renaissance architectural elements. This important cultural landmark survived in the 1960s, when many people suggested it be dismantled because of years of erosion, and later voted down the proposal by the margin of one vote.
Old Port Authority Building

Old Port Authority BuildingNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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Historical Site
Tasma Terrace Gift Shop and Gallery

Tasma Terrace Gift Shop and GalleryNearby City

4.2/55 Reviews
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Historical Site
Overnewton Castle

Overnewton CastleNearby City

4/53 Reviews
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Gibsons Steps

Gibsons StepsNearby City

4.6/562 Reviews
Ancient Trail
Geological Sites
Open all day (Local time)
Melbourne General Cemetery

Melbourne General CemeteryNearby City

3/51 Reviews
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Central Deborah Gold Mine

Central Deborah Gold MineNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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Historical Site
Bristol Hill Lookout

Bristol Hill LookoutNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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Historical Site
Observation Deck