5 Reasons to visit Melbourne

27 July 5 Reasons to visit Melbourne-01

Don’t miss out this Spring’s annual event! Be mesmerized by the beauty of almost 1 millions Tulips across 25 acres of farmland before you. Apart from this astonishing scene, look out for their live performances, activities, markets stalls and traditional foods everyday. Experience different cultures from around the world, including Turkish, Dutch & Irish every other week.

Details:
10am until 5pm daily
8th September until 4th October, 2016
The Tulip Farm, 357 Monbulk Rd, Silvan, Victoria


27 July 5 Reasons to visit Melbourne-03

It is said that the best way to explore a city is by walking. So definitely stroll through the laneways in Melbourne which the home to the some of the best street arts in the world. Explore the famous street arts at ACDC Lane and Hosier Lane. Abundance of awesome galleries, fashion boutiques, cafes and bars are hidden in this laneways too. Need a coffee fix? Head down to Degraves Street or Centre Place.


27 July 5 Reasons to visit Melbourne-02

One of the Australia most beautiful scenic coastal drive has to be the Great Ocean Road. Along this 243 kilometers long coast, you will be able to discover the emblematic 12 Apostles, Bays of Island and stunning waterfalls. Strap on your walking shoes and hike through the untamed landscapes of the Great Ocean Walk. Alternatively, stroll along the Bells Beach barefooted and enjoy the panoramic coastline.


27 July 5 Reasons to visit Melbourne-04

Indulge yourself in food and wine accompanied by the stunning scenery at Yarra Valley. It is the home to Australia’s finest pinot noir and sparkling wines. Sample some wine and as you tour the wineries, with up to 80 wineries, you will be spoilt for choice. Take this opportunity to meet the people responsible for making Melbourne’s region’s fresh produce reputable around the world. Enjoy the local fresh produce, from fresh salmon and caviar, organic fruits and vegetables to handmade cheeses. Experience the Tractor Fruit Tasting Tour at Rayners Orchard where you get to handpick and taste the different type of seasonal fruits.


27 July 5 Reasons to visit Melbourne-06

Lets bring you closer to the wild now. Just a 90 minutes drive & it will bring you to the Australia’s wildlife. Be sure to check out the renowned Penguin Parade & watch these cute little penguins returning from ashore after a day of fishing. Not just that, on this Wildlife Island, you get to come up close with Koalas at the Koala Conservation Centre and also hand feed Kangaroos at the Maru Koala and Animal Park. Travel back in time and discover the placid Churchill Island Heritage Farm or hop on a boat to see the home to Australia’s largest wild Fur Seal colonies at Seal Rocks.


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