Unfortunately, when we arrived in Melbourne, we were just in time for the renovation and closure. However, someone posted information leaflets here, pointing us to a temporary visitor center. As always, I did a lot of homework before I left for Melbourne, but I was very lucky that we came to this visitor center first. The staff were very helpful and we left the visitor center with an information leaflet about a few streets in the city center. We walked through the graffiti alley according to the information in the manual and liked it very much.
In Melbourne, any visitor center has kind people there to help you. This is a larger visitor center near Flinders Station and Federation Square, so getting here is easier. You can get more information here. It is underground, but there is a convenient elevator. If you are going to Melbourne for the first time and want to know where to go, this is the best place to report on the first day. You can come here to ask any questions you have, and you will get all the answers you need.
This visitor center is right next to the train station and diagonally across from St. Paul's Cathedral. The attractions are relatively concentrated, so this day you can measure the city of Melbourne with your steps. There are also horse-drawn carriage tours on the street, very happy
Located in Federation Square, it is very conspicuous, as long as you go to the square you can see it. The first floor above ground, the first underground floor, the main function is the first underground floor. The area is fairly large, with an information desk in the middle. About 4 or 5 staff members are responsible for making travel reservations, car reservations, giving directions and selling Myki cards. People waiting for consultation need to line up to call, just like domestic banks, which do not have special Chinese services. The visitor center provides a lot of promotional materials that introduce the tourist routes in Melbourne and Victoria for free. There are also many souvenirs for sale. The prices are more expensive and the things are average. You can buy them here. After all, the types are still abundant. There are cups, medals, postcards, glasses, puzzles, t-shirts, koalas, kangaroo stuffed toys, key chains, flying back, etc. The cheapest cup mat is about 2 Australian dollars. Just stop by when visiting Federation Square.
If you don't have any travel ideas, I suggest you come here first when you are in Merburn. Here are many routes for Melbourne tourism. As a poor traveler, there are many free plans for you to walk through the history and scenery of Melbourne. There are also many local souvenirs to buy.
It’s very convenient and useful. I took some brochures. The above descriptions are very detailed. The staff are also very enthusiastic to answer our questions. There are also souvenirs that can be bought back for the family.