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123 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Email: melbourne@paspaley.com.au
Website: www.paspaley.com
9173171 Phone Number: 61 03 9639 8880
Fax Number: 61 03 9639 8820

As the only truly authentic Australian luxury brand, Paspaley Australian South Sea pearls are internationally recognised as the finest and most valuable pearls in the world. Behind the simplicity and singular beauty of Paspaley Australian South Sea pearls is a journey that began more than 75 years ago on the remote and unspoiled coastline of northern Australia. Paspaley's involvement in pearling dates back to 1935 when Nicholas Paspaley Senior MBE, first collected mother-of-pearl shell in Australia's Northern waters. He established a family passion that has evolved to become the world's leading South Sea pearling company. Paspaley nurtures its pearls on a remote network of over 20 farms, stretching more than 2500 kilometres across the pristine waters off the North West coast of Australia. This is about the same distance as London to Moscow. Only the finest Australian South Sea pearls are used in Paspaley's exclusive jewellery collections and are the inspiration for the breathtaking designs that are the hallmark of Paspaley boutiques. Their beauty is illuminated by precious stones such as diamonds, rubies and emeralds set in either white or yellow gold and platinum. Paspaley's artisan jewellers combine traditional time-honoured techniques, hand craftsmanship and innovative technology, adorning pearls with the finest materials to create coveted jewellery to cherish for generations. Whilst the hallmark of Paspaley is the classic strand, Paspaley has led the world in contemporary pearl jewellery design, in many ways redefining how pearls are worn. Paspaley boutiques showcase an unrivalled range of pearl jewellery from simple pearl pendants, earrings, bracelets, cufflinks and rings to elaborate one-of-a-kind pearl and diamond colliers fit for royalty.

The Meat Hall (pictured) is the oldest building on the Market site - built in 1869 - preceding hte official opening of the Queen Victoria Market by 9 years!

Queen Victoria Market

Cnr Victoria & Elizabeth Streets, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Email: info@qvm.com.au
Website: www.qvm.com.au
9030861 Phone Number: 61 03 9320 5822

The Queen Victoria Market has been the heart and soul of Melbourne for more than a century. A historic landmark spread over two city blocks, this vibrant and bustling inner-city Market is where Melburnians shop for everything from Australian fruit and vegetables, and local and imported gourmet foods, to cosmetics, clothing and souvenirs.

Jawbone Marine Sanctuary

Jawbone Marine Sanctuary

Accessed via Bayview St, Williamstown, Victoria, 3016
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/jawbone-marine-sanctuary

Jawbone Marine Sanctuary, named after its shape, is located in Williamstown and protects 30ha of coastal waters. The little promontory, west of the beach at Williamstown, has been fenced off from the rest of the world for over 80 years by a coastal rifle range. This forgotten and unspoilt place is now considered a haven for coastal and marine life right next to Melbourne. Patches of all marine habitats from northern Port Phillip Bay are packed into this small area. On the west of the promontory, there is saltmarsh and the largest occurrence of mangroves within Port Phillip Bay. They also happen to be the only mangroves in Victoria which grow on a basalt coast. Offshore there are areas of fine clayey sand and patches of seagrass. The eastern side has a complete set of rocky environments. There are areas high up on the shore that only occasionally get wet from storm waves and submerged boulders and ledges that lie below the lowest tides. The soft basalt rock has weathered into smaller rocks and pools that support a full range of tidal life. In between the clay and rock lie some small sandy beaches. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Victoria Golf Club

Victoria Golf Club

1 Park Rd, Cheltenham, Victoria, 3192
Email: info@victoriagolf.com.au
Website: www.victoriagolf.com.au
9131827 Phone Number: 61 03 9584 1733

The Victoria Golf Club is acclaimed by golfers all over the world for its fine hospitality and superb world championship course. Situated in the heart of Melbourne's rolling sand belt country, in the beachside suburb of Cheltenham, it offers a sporting experience on par with the world's best. The beautifully landscaped par 72 course is designed to challenge both the amateur and professional golfer and was the host club for the 2002 Australian Open Championship. The Clubhouse has 15 spacious and comfortably appointed rooms, each with full ensuite facilities, for residential accommodation. Each room also offers views of the grounds and the course. With hospitality equal to the course, Victoria's stately, three storey, fully air conditioned clubhouse exudes comfort and a welcoming, congenial atmosphere.


Villa Alba Museum

44 Walmer St, Kew, Victoria, 3101
Website: www.villaalbamuseum.org
9097952 Phone Number: 61 03 9852 8886

Villa Alba Museum is an 1880 Italianate mansion in Kew adjacent to Studley Park. It is lavishly decorated with painted ceilings and walls with trompe l'oeil being used and 40 foot panoramic murals of marine views of Sydney and Edinburgh of national significance. Restoration of the house which is to be a resource centre for interior design and decoration is ongoing. The garden is also in the process of re-instatement in its late Victorian form.

Collingwood Childrens Farm

Collingwood Children's Farm

St Heliers St, Abbotsford, Victoria, 3067
Email: enquiry@farm.org.au
Website: www.farm.org.au
9129565 Phone Number: 61 03 9417 5806

Collingwood Children's Farm is only five kilometres from the centre of Melbourne, nestled on a bend of the Yarra River lies seven hectares of paddocks, gardens, orchards, rustic buildings and shady trees. Open every day of the year. Visitors can milk the cow at 10am and 4pm, bottle feed young lambs (seasonal), wander around, feed the animals, help with farm chores, go into the paddocks with the sheep and goats, cuddle a guinea pig, waddle with the ducks, feed the chooks, look for eggs or just sit and unwind under a shady tree or on the banks of the Yarra River. A Farmer's Market is held on the second Saturday of every month and family Day with pony rides, tractor rides and a reasonably priced barbecue is on the first Sunday of every month. The Farm Cafe offers a variety of foods catering for adults and children.

Fed Square New Years Eve

Federation Square

Corner Swanston & Flinders St, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Email: info@fedsquare.com
Website: www.fedsquare.com
9042795 Phone Number: 61 03 9655 1900

It's increasingly hard to imagine Melbourne without Federation Square. It is home to major cultural attractions, world-class events, tourism experiences and an exceptional array of restaurants, bars and specialty stores, this modern piazza has become the city's meeting place. Since opening in 2002, Fed Square has become one of the most visited attractions in Melbourne with more than 10 million visits a year. The Ian Potter Centre: National Gallery of Victoria Australia, presents the history of Australian art from the Colonial period and the Heidelberg School through to contemporary art, as well as a suite of galleries dedicated to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is the first centre of its kind in the world, ACMI celebrates the moving image in all its forms, such as film, television and digital culture. Federation Square host over 2000 events each year, it buzzes with cultural festivals, exhibitions, event launches, performances, forums, films, concerts and fashion shows. Life at Fed Square is so rich that there's sure to be something exciting going on whenever you visit! Taste Melbourne's culinary diversity at one of Federation Square's sixteen diverse restaurants, cafes and bars. From espresso bars and burger grills to Northern Chinese and authentic Australian cuisine, there's something to suit all tastes and budgets. Art-lover, film buff or souvenir hunter, you will love shopping at Fed Square. Federation Square's cultural attractions and bustling event calendar are also supported by a great range of tourism experiences, including guided tours, bicycle hire, Yarra River cruises, sightseeing day tours and free tourism services at the Melbourne Visitor Centre.

Wacky Worm Coaster

Wonderland Fun Park

120 Pearl River Rd, Harbour Town , Docklands, Victoria, 3008
Email: fun@wonderlandfunpark.com.au
Website: www.wonderlandfunpark.com.au
9141051 Phone Number: 61 03 9602 1311
Fax Number: 61 03 9602 1455

Wonderland Fun Park is a fantastic inner-city fun park conveniently located at Harbour Town Shopping Centre in the Docklands. The Park offers many great rides and attractions throughout the year such as the Dodgem Cars, The Grand Carousel, The Jurassic Adventure Inflatable, The Bungee Trampoline, The Wacky Worm Coaster, The Crazy Wave and the all new Drop Zone! Wonderland Fun Park is also a fantastic venue for Birthday Parties, Corporate Family Days, Corporate and Family Christmas Parties, school groups and other special occasions. Wonderland Fun Park also hosts a range of live shows throughout the year suitable for all of the family. For further information please contact Wonderland Fun Park or view their website.

Kingston Heath Golf Club

Kingston Heath Golf Club

Kingston Rd, Moorabbin, Victoria, 3189
Email: info@kingstonheath.com.au
Website: www.kingstonheath.com.au
9131940 Phone Number: 61 03 8558 2700
Fax Number: 61 03 8558 2728

Kingston Heath is one of the Golf Clubs of the world famous Melbourne Sandbelt and has hosted numerous national championships including nine Australian Opens. The Club is the host of the 2009 Australian Masters. The course is currently ranked number 20 in the world and number 11 outside of the United States and is regarded by many, including some of the world's best golfers, as one of Australia's finest golf courses. Kingston Heath is one of the smallest courses of world renown. The difficulty of the course is centred around its bunkering, which is visually stunning. It is full of all the strategic interest golfers expect of a fine course. A hugely long course at over 6800 yards when it opened, it is now on the short side of what is regarded as 'championship' length but its genius is that it can still defend itself against the finest players. More importantly, it is a course to constantly stimulate and challenge those who play it with regularity.

Brimbank Park

Brimbank Park

Keilor Park Drv, Keilor East, Victoria, 3033
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/maribyrnong-valley-parklands

Just a short drive from the heart of the city is the Maribyrnong Valley Parklands featuring Brimbank Park and Horseshoe Bend Farm. The parklands offer ideal settings for picnics, walks along the extensive network of trails, fishing, canoeing and bird watching, all set within peaceful parklands surrounded by prolific birdlife. Things to see and do - Watch for the many water birds and enjoy the scenic walking tracks or stop in at the cafe - Enjoy meeting the animals at Horseshoe Bend Farm - Walk along the Australian Plant Trail and experience the colour and beauty of plants suitable for growing in the Keilor area - Cycle along the wide paths. The main trail follows the river and forms a circuit of 4.3 kilometres. It links to the Maribyrnong River Trail, making it possible to walk or cycle from Keilor along the river as far as Footscray Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.