5 Things That Must Be On Your Bucket List When Travelling To Melbourne Like 1 Twitter Janice Cook Follow Aug. 23, 2018, 1:08 p.m. in Life and Styles Views: 1058 Like us on facebook Australia, precisely Melbourne, is an astonishing place for tourists. The country is known for its appealing landscapes and wildlife reserves. Tourism has a fair share in the economy of the entire nation. It is about three per cent of the total revenues that Australia generates every year. Unlike some other metropolis is Australia, Melbourne has a rich history. Founded in August 1835 by the British settlers, the city initially was a colony of New South Wales. It was in 1837 that it was named ‘Melbourne’ by the then Governor of New South Wales. To have some quality time in the city, you can follow the tips mentioned here. Melbourne has something for everyone. Drive the Great Ocean Road It is an Australian National Heritage listed road along the south-eastern coast of Australia. Being a stretch of around 250 kilometers between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford, it takes a couple of hours to be explored.Rather than doing it yourself, take a tour. This way, you will be able to see the entire thing without the stress of driving. If you prefer to drive the car, make sure you complete the trip before it gets crowded. 35th Floor of the Sofitel There’s a skyscraper in Melbourne from where you can enjoy the view of the entire city in exchange for like 20 bucks. Then there is the Sofitel hotel where you can have food and also watch the whole city from the public toilet on its 35th floor.While there’s no replacement for the view, but this is not the only restaurant Melbourne where you can have food. There are certainly other places where you get the yummy food to surprise your tummy. 1000 Steps Kokoda Track Memorial When in Melbourne, you cannot afford to miss this piece of history. It is in the Dandenong Ranges National Park at Mt. Dandenong. Originally, the steps were made of trunks of tree ferns but were later replaced by those of concrete in the year 1950. This was done to make it make it easier for travelers to walk on them. Before starting the journey, get yourself a bottle of fresh water and a trainer. Along the walk, there are 14 plaques that represent the similarity of the first 100 meters of the Kokoda Track; one which is in Papua New Guinea. No matter whether you are interested in it or not, you will undoubtedly love the place. Graffiti Alleys of Melbourne Besides all the other beautiful locations, this one also makes Melbourne a favorite among the tourists. The city has one of the world’s greatest street art capitals where unique expressions of art are displayed on the approved outdoor locations. When you are finally there, gaze at every corner of the place to experience the beauty, and talent of localities. Look up, look a little deeper, look around, and you will see street art all around the pavement. Luna Park Located in St Kilda, it is a historic amusement park in the city of Melbourne. Since its opening in December 1912, it has been operating continuously. This is the first of all the five Luna parks that were built in Australia. Only two of these five are operating; one in Melbourne, and the other in Sydney. From heritage listed attractions to thrilling rides, Luna Park in Melbourne has got it all. It also has a range of function rooms to hire and has venues for weddings, Christmas party events, and kid’s parties. Conclusion Because of its high ranking in the fields of education, healthcare, tourism, entertainment, research & development, sports, Melbourne is considered the most livable city in the entire world. With so many lactations and things to explore from, one can find a lot of things of his interest. No matter which season you visit, you will certainly have a jaw-dropping experience in the city. Not just the city of Melbourne, but the entire country is full of places and things you might not get to see anywhere else in the world. Pack your bags and get ready for the memorizing trip to Melbourne, purchase a travel insurance policy to have a hassle-free trip. Published by Janice Cook Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles DEAR WOMEN Life and Styles Escape from the BS Life and Styles It Is Still August Right?