A Local’s Guide to Melbourne

Melbourne is Australia’s second most populated city known for its artistic and diverse culture. “The wide mix of multicultural people and the amazing harmony between all of them makes Melbourne an amazing place to live”- Fleet Presentation Officer, Sajin Abraham Melbourne extends along the Yarra River towards the Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges to the east. It is well known for its cafes, art and night life. When we ask the Melbourne team where the best places to visit they recommenced:

• 12 Apostles at Apollo Bay

• Phillip Island (Penguin Parades)

• Dandenong Ranges

• Melbourne Eye

• Luna Park

• Eureka Skydeck

• Lake Mountain

• Queen Victoria night markets

Chantelle Mushonga, Fleet Presentation Officer, says “Brunswick Street has a lot of artsy and hip cafes and restaurants.”

Khalid Ibrahim, Fleet Presentation Officer, also suggests “Lygon Street for all your Italian cravings!”

If you need a place to stay in Melbourne why not check out Sofitel- recommended by Sophronia Taupau, Fleet Presentation Officer. Melbourne is the perfect place to stay for those seeking to visit a busy city enriched with diversity and a range of fun activities.