It is where you embrace the beating heart of this dynamic and vibrant city. Melbourne CBD is a wonderland and honey to those who favors modern and energetic life style with its unbeatable proximities to heaps of restaurants, universities, epic gardens, artful galleries and so much more hidden delights. Melbourne CBD's grid street layout interweaving with multiple public transport networks (train, tram and bus) makes moving around cannot be easier. Within hop-on and hop-off, you may find yourself either getting the freshest produce at Queens Victoria Market or wandering in the picturesque Royal Botanic Gardens, and so much more.
Threading throughout the city, laneways and arcades in the Melbourne CBD area are the places where you may find yourself lost in the endless fun of being embraced by alfresco eateries, one-off boutique shops and cosy little cafes and hidden bars nestling side-by-side. Each arcade and laneway has its own unique features and comparable charm. Each arcade and laneway has its own unique characters and charm, such as the Block Arcade characterizing in its mosaic-tile flooring and glass canopy, Royal Arcade featuring its undercover shopping experience in the vintage interior atmosphere.
Melbourne is known as one of the world's great street art capitals for its unique expressions of art displayed on approved outdoor locations throughout the city laneways. One of the best well known laneways for street art is Hosier Lane. There is no denial that laneways are also diners' paradise. Walking down Hardware Lane, one of the best laneways loved by foodies, it is where one comes to fully understand what foodies' dream paradise really means.
As the heart of the city, Melbourne CBD has its prestige advantage in education and child care resources. With RMIT city campus and Victoria University locating within or just around the CBD boundary, their students of diverse cultural backgrounds contribute to the city's dynamics and energetic day-to-day life. The University of Melbourne is just within 10 minutes' walk to the north, which is definitely a massive bonus to the school zone advantage.
CULTURE & ARTS
We can never imagine a Melbourne without art and culture diversity. It is a city of buzzing with dynamic and cutting-edge arts and cultures. Southbank precinct, home of the Arts Centre, Malthouse, Recital Centre and the National Gallery of Victoria, forms Melbourne's beating cultural heart. Federation Square is where art meets architecture, events and Melbournian's civil life.
Here you can watch inspiring audio visual shows at ACMI or spend a weekend afternoon seeing collections at the Ian Potter Centre. Inside and out, across the city, you will discover the innovation and pounding energy of our local artists and designers.
One of the most loved things about the city is its picturesque parks, gardens and green spaces with a collection of versatile scenes all the year round. Treasury Gardens, City Square, Docklands Park and Flagstaff Gardens, they all have a colourful story to tell and share. There is nothing greater to sooth a mind of hectic pace than water serenity. Docklands esplanade, Birrarung Marr by the Yarra River and Southbank esplanade are where you can take a break and enjoy the moment of peaceful city tranquility by the water.
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