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Introduction of Melbourne

Melbourne is the capital city of the state of Victoria, along the picturesque Yarra River, the capital of Victoria and one of the most artistic, fashion and elegant destinations in Australia. Melbourne's urban environment is very elegant, has won the co-country award, and has been rated as the "the world's most suitable city for human habitation" for many years by the co-country.

Melbourne, who lived here in the first place in 1835, was founded in 1835, after the arrival of the European colonists, and was renamed Melbourne in 1837 to mark the British prime minister, William Lamb, the second generation of Melbourne, a population of 10,000 in the city of 1840. Melbourne's first aborigines live on the current yala river and phillips island.

From a stylish roof cocktail bar with a bird's eye view of the city to a secret roadway full of elegant cafes and creative street art, Melbourne is littered with diverse urban features, historical buildings and lush urban gardens. More than 180 alleys and streets are hidden behind the well-planned urban main roads, forming a complex network full of novel clothing boutiques, art galleries, small cafes, private bars and restaurants. Whether you take a tram to the tree-lined St. Kodak Avenue (St Kilda Boulevard), to go shopping in the trendy church street (Chapel Street), or to go to Chinatown (Chinatown) at midnight to taste dumplings, Melbourne has its own characteristics and is a great place for you to explore freely.

Melbourne is known as the "all-in-one movement" and "the cultural capital of Australia" of Australia, hosting a number of world-class sports events, in the summer of 1956, in Melbourne, the first city in the southern hemisphere, and the Commonwealth Games in 2006, Melbourne also hosts world-class sports events, such as the Australian Open Tennis and the World's Formula 1 Australia Grand Prix; Melbourne is also the home of the Australian-style football (AFL), The Melbourne Cups Carnival, the most famous horse-racing event in Australia, will be held in the city's iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground in winter.

Melbourne is also the national cultural, commercial, educational, entertainment, sports and tourism center, leading Australia in clothing, art, music, television production, film and dance, and even has some influence over the world.


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Airport(s) of Melbourne

  • Melbourne Airport (Code: MEL)
  • Avalon Airport (Code: AVV)


Visitor centre of Melbourne

  • Addr: 90-130 Swanston Street Corner Little Collins and, Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000
  • Tel: (03) 9658 9658
Alias:
猫本、墨村
State:
Victoria
Population:
4,353k (2016)

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