On the edge of the River Yarra, Federation Square brings
together the city's arts and cultures, with galleries, cafés,
award-winning restaurants, events and festivals surrounded by some
of the most unique architecture in the world.
Flinders Street Station
Built in 1854 Flinders Station is a cultural landmark in
Melbourne, in the heart of the city next to the River Yarra, the
station covers two blocks. The Melburnian idiom "I'll meet you
under the clocks" refers to the row of clocks above the main
entrance to the station, which indicate the departure time of the
next train on each line. This is a popular meeting place, at the
corner of two of the city's busiest thoroughfares. On an average
weekday the station sees 110,000 people going in and out.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
The Melbourne Cricket Ground is Australia's largest stadium
broadcasting live sport worldwide, such as the Olympic Games, the
Commonwealth Games, Test Cricket and Australian Football.