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Melbourne Star Starring Melbourne
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Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

101 Waterfront Way, Docklands, Victoria, 3008
Email: contactus@melbournestar.com
Website: www.melbournestar.com
9196707 Phone Number: 61 03 8688 9688

Reach for the sky with a ride on Melbourne's newest star attraction, Melbourne Star Observation Wheel. The Melbourne Star Observation Wheel, located in Melbourne's waterfront precinct of Docklands, takes visitors on a 30-minute ride in fully enclosed glass cabins and offers extraordinary bird's-eye views of the city and surrounds, including Port Phillip Bay and as far away as Mount Macedon and the Dandenong Ranges.   Set your camera to landscape and take in views of up to 40 kilometres away during the day, or slow down the shutter speed in the evening to snap the city's night lights and see the observation wheel lighting up Melbourne's skyline.   Learn about Melbourne's history, culture and eccentricities from the Tales of Melbourne information panels before you board and reach expert level with the audio commentary in the observation cabins.   Cabins accommodate up to 20 people at a time, so grab some friends and take a flight of fancy for a new perspective of the city. Every visit to Melbourne should start at the Star. For more information on Melbourne Star please view the website.

The Cast of Dracula's
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Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant

100 Victoria St, Carlton, Victoria, 3053
Email: melbbookings@draculas.com.au
Website: www.draculas.com.au
9129000 Phone Number: 61 03 9347 3344
Fax Number: 61 03 9347 6790

Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant is Australia's longest-running and most successful theatre restaurant, having entertained over three millions guests over 30 years. Who would have thought that a horror themed comedy venue would be such a scream. Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant first opened in Drewery Lane, hidden in Melbourne's back streets in an old warehouse, based on the successful Rocky Horror Picture Show, zany characters and haunted castle interior thrilled crowds. From the moment you arrive the entertainment begins. Be greeted at the door by crazy, wonderful characters who will guide you up the stairs to the Graveyard Cocktail Lounge. You will dine in gothic splendour on the three course dinner punctuated by the crazy antics of the weird waiters and talented performers, as you sink your teeth into a night of comedy, puppetry, magic and illusion. After the show there is dancing, souvenir photographs, shopping and cocktails to top off an unforgettable evening Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant unique combination of comedy skits, carnival style novelty acts, mind-blowing puppetry and Berlin Burlesque all set to slick live music will ensure you have an unforgettable evening. After the show, souvenir photographs, shopping at the Shop of Horrors and cocktails with the cast will complete your evening of 'Thrillertainment'.

Eureka Skydeck 88
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Eureka Skydeck 88

7 Riverside Quay, Southbank, Victoria, 3006
Email: info@eurekaskydeck.com.au
Website: www.eurekaskydeck.com.au
9102507 Phone Number: 61 03 9693 8888
Fax Number: 61 03 9693 8899

Nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe inspiring views from the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere at Melbourne's Eureka Skydeck 88. Eureka Skydeck 88 is Melbourne's must see attraction. Two dedicated lifts propel visitors to level 88 in under 40 seconds. Only Skydeck 88 can take you to The Edge, a switchable glass cube which slides out from the building, with you inside! Apart from the unforgettable panorama, Skydeck 88 entertains the entire family with a host of activities and fascinating facts. Touch and discover Serendipity, the six metre long interactive Table of Knowledge; follow the scrolling LED floor displays; match the directional sounds to the Melbourne landmark or simply step on to the Terrace and expose yourself to the outside elements. Located in Southbank, Eurecka Skydeck 88 will change the way you look at Melbourne and beyond!

Wacky Waters
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2365 Plenty Rd, Whittlesea, Victoria, 3757
Email: info@funfields.com.au
Website: www.funfields.com.au
9030768 Phone Number: 61 03 9716 1078
Fax Number: 61 03 9716 1891

Funfields is more than just a waterpark and is conveniently located 40 kilometres from Melbourne City. Funfields is set in a picturesque park setting with undercover shelters, 19 electric and gas barbeques, Funfields Outdoor Café with plenty of food, drinks, ice cream and great coffee as well as of shady trees. Funfields offers a tantalising mix of both wet and dry rides. Enjoy the Alpine Toboggan Slide, Go Karts, Swinging Pirate Ship and Bumper Boats or test your skills at the Crocodile Creek 18 Hole Mini Golf Course. When you're ready to cool off head over to Wacky Waters, a magical aquatic playground with over 20 interactive features and Australia's only Hydro Storm™ If slides is more your thing then you're spoilt for choice at Funfields. The Blackout and Wipeout raft waterslides offer two exciting and very different experiences. Then there is the two Splashdown Waterslides and for the extreme thrill seekers our newest attraction Typhoon. The Typhoon is the World's Longest Pro Slide CannonBowl ride! There is also lots of fun for the younger Funfielders who can enjoy the Formula Fun Mini Go Karts and Mini Bikes, Snakes Alive, Burnout and the Pony Express Carousel. If you're not up for a picnic or BBQ The Food @ Funfields Outdoor Café offers a stunning range of food, drinks, ice cream and great coffee. Whether it's fast or slow, wet or dry, there's something for everyone at Funfields!

Ornamental Lake at RBG Melbourne
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Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

Birdwood Ave, South Yarra, Victoria, 3141
Email: rbg@rbg.vic.gov.au
Website: www.rbg.vic.gov.au
9044251 Phone Number: 61 03 9252 2300
Fax Number: 61 03 9252 2442

Attracting over 1.8 million visitors annually, the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne is a treasured part of Melbourne's cultural life and a valuable asset to the heritage-rich city. With its stunning vistas, tranquil lakes and diverse plant collections, the Gardens are a place of continual discovery and delight. The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne is home to both amazing and diverse plant collections such as camellias, rainforest flora, succulents and cacti, roses, Californian species, herbs, perennials, cycads and plants from Southern China. The newly opened Guilfoyle's Volcano in the Gardens offers visitors a fabulous new precinct to explore. The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne also provide a natural sanctuary for native wildlife such as the black swans, eels, bell birds, cockatoos and kookaburras. A popular attraction is The Ian Potter Foundation Children's Garden. The Children's Garden has everything that children could possibly want to help them discover the natural world: plant tunnels that they can crawl through, rocks that they can climb and a bamboo forest in which they can hide. The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne holds a number of walks and tours which introduce visitors to the history, cultural significance and horticultural diversity of Melbourne's finest garden. Located at Observatory Gate, the Visitor Centre is the meeting place for all tours. Information Officers will inform visitors about special features, tours and activities to suit their needs. Visitors can enjoy the magnificent Gardens setting whilst feasting on delicious meals at the Terrace Tearooms and the Observatory Café. The award-winning Gardens Shop is the place to shop for botanical-inspired souvenirs and gifts including stationery, skincare, books and greeting cards. During the warmer months, the Royal Botanic Gardens becomes a vibrant cultural venue with outdoor cinema, theatre performances, and exhibitions regularly scheduled.

Luna Park by night
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Luna Park Melbourne

18 Lower Esplande, St Kilda, Victoria, 3182
Email: justforfun@lunapark.com.au
Website: www.lunapark.com.au
9147514 Phone Number: 61 03 9525 5033
Fax Number: 61 03 9534 5764

Luna Park Melbourne is Melbourne's ultimate destination for fun. Ideally located next to St Kilda beach, Melbourne's Luna Park is always a great day out for the young and the young at heart. Melbourne's Luna Park is a galaxy of amusements and sensations. From the jaw dropping, eye ball popping super thrill rides like the Pharaoh's Curse and the Enterprise, to the exhilarating rides like the Scenic Railway Roller Coaster, Twin Dragon and the Coney Island Top Drop you're bound to have an awesome time. Soak up the spectacular carnival atmosphere while having loads of fun and enjoy delicious food and drinks or test your skills and luck on the carnival games. Please refer to the website for more details.

Award winning Wallaby Walk at Moonlit Sanctuary
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Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park

550 Tyabb Tooradin Road, Pearcedale, Victoria, 3912
Email: info@moonlit-sanctuary.com
Website: www.moonlitsanctuary.com.au
9012362 Phone Number: 61 03 5978 7935
Fax Number: 61 03 5978 7934

Inspired by the work of famous British conservationist Gerald Durrell, Moonlit Sanctuary is now home to 50 Australian species. Many including about 80 wallabies, free to roam through the bush and give visitors a rare natural encounter. Others are housed in large natural enclosures, including endangered creatures such as the strange-looking bush thick-knees bird whose calls haven't been heard on the Mornington Peninsula for more than 60 years. Cuddle up to koalas, feed kangaroos and wallabies, meet endangered species all in a beautiful bushland setting at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, winner of the Victorian Tourism Awards in Ecotourism. Only 50 minutes drive from the centre of Melbourne. At night, Moonlit Sanctuary comes alive in a remarkable way, with world-famous lantern-lit tours. Owls and other night birds are active, tiny feather-tail gliders and giant yellow-bellied gliders swoop around, and quolls, pademelons and bettongs forage for food. Visitors are amazed that even animals such as wallabies are much more active and responsive at night. Pademelons, southern bettongs and quolls, endangered fluffy gliders, squirrel gliders and Tasmanian Devils are also protected at Moonlit Sanctuary, receiving the Sustainable Cities award for Preservation of the Environment. Colourful parrots abound, waterbirds are at home in extensive wetlands and visitors can sample the flourishing bush foods garden. Meet critically endangered orange-bellied parrots and regent honeyeaters. You can visit Moonlit Sanctuary via a Bunyip Tour or Gray Line day tour to Phillip Island, or transfers from city hotels are available for evening tours.


The Australian Ballet

Level 5, 2 Kavanagh St, Southbank, Victoria, 3006
Email: customerservices@australianballet.com.au
Website: www.australianballet.com.au
9049944 Phone Number: 61 13 0036 9741

Founded in 1962, The Australian Ballet is one of the country's flagship arts companies. Each year the company performs classical and contemporary works by major Australian and international choreographers, and new commissions that explore the development and future of this dynamic art form. The Australian Ballet's diverse repertoire reflects the company's vision: caring for tradition, daring to be different. One of the busiest ballet companies in the world, The Australian Ballet annually presents approximately 200 performances in cities and regional areas around Australia, in addition to regular international touring. Versatility, technical excellence and a warm, friendly style are the trademarks of The Australian Ballet; qualities that have earned both critical and audience acclaim. In 1836, La Sylphide revolutionised ballet, popularising dancing en pointe and giving audiences their first glimpse of the Romantic ballerina, unattainable and unearthly. The Scottish dreamer James is fascinated by a woodland sprite, and spurns his fiancée to follow her. Intent on capturing the ethereal beauty for his own, he accepts the help of a vengeful witch, who leads him to his downfall. This poignant two-act work will be paired with Marius Petipa's glittering party piece Paquita, the last flowering of the Romantic ballet and a chance for The Australian Ballet's dancers to display their sparkling technique.

Westgate Park

Westgate Park

Todd Rd, Port Melbourne, Victoria, 3207
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/westgate-park

Westgate Park offers a range of attractions and activities within close proximity to the city. Located along the eastern banks of the Yarra River under the Westgate Bridge, the park offers spectacular views to the mouth of the Yarra and the city skyline. Enjoy a picnic lunch with friends or family or cycle along the Yarra River or the Port Melbourne foreshore. 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.

Nioka Bush Camp

Nioka Bush Camp

Gordons Rd, South morang, Victoria, 3752
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/plenty-gorge-parklands/things-to-do/plenty-gorge-parklands-nioka-bush-camp

Nioka Bush Camp is a quiet retreat away from the stresses of city life. Stay overnight in the great outdoors, camping or in bunkhouse accommodation. Explore the sights and sounds of of the bush on a pleasant bushwalk. The wildlife is varied and you might catch a glimpse of an Eastern Grey Kangaroo or a Sugar Glider. Facilities provided include toilets, hot showers, non-powered campsites, bunkhouse accommodation, water, campfire ring (byo firewood), barbecues, hall with wood heater and kitchen. Access the camp off Gordons Road via Plenty Road in South Morang. Camping at Nioka Bush camp is by prior booking only. You can book online or call. 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.