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Melbourne

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Melbourne, Victoria at your doorstep.

Creative, multicultural and sports-mad are some of the words used to describe Australia’s tolerant and friendly southern city. With beautiful architecture and a laid-back pace, It is reminiscent of some of Europe’s stately cities, the conservative and refined atmosphere belying Melbourne’s growing vibrancy as the cultural capital of the country.

The wide range of people from different countries who call Melbourne home are to thank for the city’s buzz. Fine restaurants, wonderful cafes and casual eateries of all cuisines abound, as do art galleries, museums and performance venues. The city centre straddles the Yarra River, with the grid-like CBD streets on one side and the Southbank precinct of cafes and shopping on the other. Melbourne icons and hotspots here include the historical Flinders Street Station, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Queen Victoria Market and the many gardens, parks, arts venues and museums.

Wider Melbourne showcases its many different faces and cultures. St Kilda is a hip and happening beachside suburb with great nightlife and a strong gay scene, the University district is famous for Italian food, the Inner East is bohemian with a lot of boutique shopping, Stonnington is high-end and fashionable, and Port Melbourne is an historic port area. Melbourne’s contrasting suburbs make up a lot of its charm.

A campervan hire from Melbourne presents many options. The Great Ocean Road between Melbourne and Adelaide is a famously scenic route, and the coast heads towards Sydney in the other direction. The outback and historic gold rush country lies inland. Wherever one chooses to go, stately and cultured Melbourne will make a great first impression of Australia.

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