Melbourne - Itinerary Ideas
This four day itinerary will help you explore the secrets of Melbourne’s precincts and discover a multitude of experiences that only the locals know about. From historic Victorian architecture to tiny laneways and alleys, Melbourne entices with its trams, fine dining experiences, superb shopping, gardens and charming bayside beaches.
Day 3: Morning
Spend the morning at leisure, perhaps visiting the Queen Victoria Market with its fresh produce and multi-cultural vibe.
In the afternoon head to Eureka Skydeck 88 to enjoy 360-degree views of Melbourne from the edge.
Eureka Skydeck is the highest public vantage point in Melbourne, Australia and the Southern Hemisphere. Level 88 is the home to a state of the art Observation Deck offering unparalleled views of the city and surrounds. Visitors are able to take in the 360-degree views. Skydeck 88 is the only observation deck in the world that can thrill you with 'The Edge' - a glass cube which projects three metres out from the building - with you in it - suspended almost 300 metres above the ground.
For dinner you could try Cutler & Co.
Cutler & Co dining room is located in an old metal works factory in Gertude Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne’s first suburb and industrial area. The dining room has space for 32, an extensive cellar wrapped in a four meter high glass box, and a kitchen to make a chef smile.