Surrounded by century-old elm trees in the heart of the city, Park Hyatt Melbourne offers a warm residential ambiance, exceptional levels of personalised service and all the luxuries required for the discerning traveller.
Sophisticated and contemporary, the hotel captures the very essence of Melbourne. Award winning radii restaurant and bar delivers bold flavours through an approachable and inspired menu served by expert culinary chefs in open kitchens.
The lower level of the hotel boasts a spectacular circular ballroom with supporting function facilities. The magnificent Trilogy and adjoining garden hosts floor to ceiling glass walls that open onto the perfectly manicured Trilogy Garden making it the perfect venue for a variety of functions.
On the ninth floor is Park Club Health and Day Spa providing exceptional facilities and service. Pamper yourself with one of the deluxe treatments or unwind with a swim in the 25m indoor lap pool. This award winning spa provides a blissful and relaxing escape for you to enjoy. Guests also enjoy full access to other facilities available.
One of only 36 Park Hyatt Hotels worldwide, Park Hyatt Melbourne is designed to ensure that the experience of guests cannot be surpassed....
Situated in historic, beautiful East Melbourne, Georgian Court offers quality accommodation within a tastefully decorated 100-year-old Terrace Home in the shadows of magnificent Elm trees. A variety of room sizes and styles will suit the most discerning guest. Our slogan is "Bed & Breakfast in the City" and a substantial buffet breakfast is included in the tariff. Only 5 minutes by tram, or 20 minute walk through the Fitzroy Gardens to the City and all major attractions. Surrounded by Fashion Boutiques, Bargain Shops, International Restaurants and a few minutes walk to the MCG and Rod Laver Arena, Georgian Court becomes the centre point of your Melbourne visit. Easy public transport via tram, train or bus to City Centre.
Located in leafy East Melbourne and just a short walk to the MCG, Tennis Centre and the CBD. Take a stroll through the beautiful Fitzroy Gardens. Cosmopolitan Bridge Road is just a short walk away with Fashion Outlets, Restaurants and Cafes.
Birches Serviced Apartments offer 24 stylish, pet friendly self-contained apartments in the heart of East Melbourne within walking distance to the CBD, Richmond and up and coming Fitzroy. Birches Serviced Apartments is situated amongst beautiful tree-lined streets and an abundance of gorgeous parks.
The apartments contain fully operational kitchens, free Wi-Fi and Foxtel. On site there is secure parking.
Birches provides easy access to Melbourne's sporting precinct, incorporating the MCG, Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and AAMI Park. Etihad Stadium is a single tram ride away. Football and Cricket fans are regular guests to catch their favourite team in action.
Birches is well situated for you to take advantage of Melbourne's cultural scene too. Melbourne's Theatres and the National Gallery of Victoria and Melbourne Museum are easily accessible from East Melbourne. Many concerts and shows are held at Hisense Arena.
The friendly staff guarantees high quality service to ensure your stay is enjoyable and that you leave with fond memory's of your visit to Melbourne. Birches Serviced Apartments is one of the most reputable names in self-catering accommodation in Melbourne.
If you are seeking self-contained apartments to make your next visit to Melbourne a homely experience, whether it is for business or a holiday, or even visiting loved ones at the nearby hospitals; you will feel at home at Birches.
There are few events in the Australian sporting calendar that evoke as much passion as Test cricket, and the Boxing Day Test is at the pinnacle. Be a part of the action at the MCG.
Bring the whole family along to day three of the Test, and buy a Family ticket for four and only pay for two adults. Buy a Family Pass to get two free children's tickets (aged 15 or under) with your two full priced adult.
The MCG has lowered food prices for the season, making a day at the cricket more affordable.
The Johnston Collection incorporates an Exhibition-House, Reference Library and Shop.
The exhibition-house 'Fairhall' has a superb collection of Georgian, Regency and Louis XV art and antiques regularly rearranged within a domestic setting.
It offers three guided tours per day Monday to Friday at 10:00am, 12.00-noon and 2.00pm. After hours tours are available on the second Saturday of each month at 10.00am and 12-noon and the third Thursday evening of each month at 6:00pm. Each tour runs for approximately 90 minutes.
The Johnston Collection is located in a residential area of East Melbourne. Visitors are brought to 'Fairhall' in The Johnston Collection courtesy bus from a pick up point at the Pullman on the Park Hotel in East Melbourne. Bookings are essential and can be made online or by calling the number provided.
With an exciting program of regular rearrangements of 'Fairhall' exhibition-house, lectures and special events, there is always a reason to visit and discover The Johnston Collection....
Located in the sporting and cultural hub of leafy East Melbourne opposite iconic sporting venue the Melbourne Cricket Ground and walking distance from the CBD, Mantra on Jolimont is the definitive crowd pleaser for guests who value convenience and comfort.
Ideal for business and leisure travellers alike, Mantra on Jolimont Melbourne offers the ultimate in flexibility with studio and one bedroom apartments that can interconnect to provide comfortable two bedroom accommodation.
All one bedroom apartments include lounge and dining areas and fully equipped kitchens to provide the ideal home away from home, while studios and one bedroom apartments share a laundry with washing machine and dryer and feature 32 inch LCD televisions, in-house movies and tea and coffee-making facilities.
Guests of Mantra on Jolimont Melbourne enjoy fabulous services including 24-hour reception, room service, wireless internet access, babysitting, daily room servicing, car parking (fee apply and spaces are subject to availability upon arrival) and foreign currency exchange.
Guests can also splash out in the outdoor heated swimming pool, work out in the new fully equipped gymnasium or dine in the on-site restaurant which serves modern Australian cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere....
The Old Treasury is regarded as one of the finest public buildings in Australia. Completed in 1862, it was the major government office in Melbourne throughout the 19th century, and second only to Parliament House as the centre of state affairs.
Designed by a 19 year old architect, John James Clark, it is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of Renaissance Revival architecture in Australia.
Until 1992, the building housed a succession of government departments including the city office of the Victorian Governor.
Restored and opened to the public as a museum in 1994, The Old Treasury Building provides an ideal orientation to Melbourne for visitors wishing to understand and explore the city's history, architecture, art and contemporary life.
The Old Treasury Building houses three permanent exhibitions, Built on Gold, Victorian Archival Treasures and Growing Up in the Old Treasury....
The best of Melbourne will be on show as spring turns to summer, as the Sunday Age City2Sea, presented by Westpac returns on Sunday 20 November, 2016.
Over 12,000 entrants are set to tackle the five kilometre and 15 kilometre courses. The five kilometre course will see entrants take off from St Kilda Road, around the picturesque Albert Park, before finishing at St Kilda?s Catani Gardens.
The 15 kilometre course will have participants take off from Yarra Park in the shadows of the Melbourne Cricket Ground before ending up at the iconic sea-side finish line.
For more information on how to register, or to find out more about the 2016 event, visit the website....
Open every day, explore Australia's favourite stadium by taking a guided MCG tour. Experience the inner sanctum of the MCG, walk on the hallowed arena and learn the secrets of the 'G on this very affordable experience.
Highlights of this must-see tour include the famous MCC Long Room, MCC Library (founded in 1873), MCG tapestry, player change rooms, cricketers' viewing room, Ron Casey media centre, portrait of Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar, a walk on the arena, Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre, City Terrace with view's of Melbourne's skyline.
Note: some areas on the tour route are subject to availability and alteration.
Learn from their knowledgeable tour guides, and understand what makes the MCG the heartbeat of Melbourne. Combine your behind-the-scenes MCG tour with a visit to the National Sports Museum for a truly memorable experience....