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Old 03-28-2017, 07:35 AM
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St Kilda is really nice, with its cute little colorful houses on the beach. There are lots of nice cafes there too.


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Hello,

I'm new here, please provide some 'must visit" places in Melbourne ?

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Melbourne is a fantastic city, I would recommend not to miss the Graffiti lanes, The Great Ocean Road, Brighton Beach boxes and all the events that the city usually has offers.


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You don't really need to go outside the city and inner suburbs. I'd say explore the CBD, see all the nice shopping centres and try out a few places to eat. Then makre your way over to Chapel St in Windsor/Prahran and check out the nightlife, always fun and enjoyable with many great places to eat too. Brighton Beach is good for a quick stop by if you do not want to be driving out far to the Ranges or Yarra Valley.


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Hello Asianguyen.

I think you should consider these wonderful places. This is some of the places i have in mind right now.

Queen Victoria Market. Oh yes, nothing beats on trying local delicacies in other places. Plus, you can also buy souveinirs that are handmade arts and crafts.

12 Apostles at Great Ocean Road. The Twelve Apostles are giant rock stacks that rise majestically from the Southern Ocean and are the central feature of the rugged Port Campbell National Park.

Eureka Skydeck 88. Experience the lovely view of Melbourne from the highest viewing platform. And don't forget "The Edge". Face your fears.

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Thanks I never seen these some places before .. so thanks again to sharing information


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If you like hiking, I recommend Werribee and Grampians (a bit further)


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