Le Meridien at Rialto
In the block between William and King Sts, the Le Meridien at Rialto is an imaginative five-star hotel behind the facades of two...
Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium
This aquarium is home to rays, gropers and sharks, all of which cruise around a 2.2-million-litre tank, watched closely by visitors in a...
Miles of marble and plenty of pamper at this traditional hotel spa. You can’t go past the luxuriously large (25m) indoor pool and two...
One of the city's most sophisticated bars, Lui offers the chance to sample the views and excellent bar snacks (smoked ocean trout...
Get your reservation in for a meal at this sexy subterranean space. It pays homage to the richness and complexity of Middle Eastern and...
400 Flinders St · interesting places nearby
Immigration Museum information
The Immigration Museum uses personal and community voices, images and memorabilia to tell the many stories of Australian immigration. Symbolically housed in the old Customs House, the restored building alone is worth the visit: the Long Room is a magnificent piece of Renaissance revival architecture.
After exiting the museum, head across the river via Sandridge Bridge to check out the steel Travellers sculptures , which depict the story of arrival that belongs to many Melburnians; Gayip, the only sculpture to sit on land rather than on the bridge, represents Indigeneous Australians from the area.