About: Melbourne, second most populous in Australia, is the most populous city and capital of the Australian state of Victoria. Melbourne is distinguished as a UNESCO City of Literature and a hub for street art, music and theatre. The area of Melbourne is 9,990 km² and the population was 4.82 million in 2017. The coordinates of the city are 37.8136° S, 144.9631° E. The altitude of the city is at an elevation of 31 meters above msl. The main airport of the city is Melbourne Airport and the address is Departure Dr, Melbourne Airport VIC 3045, Australia.
|Yarra River||Flinders Street railway station||Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria|
|Yarra Valley||Federation Square||Queen Victoria Market|
|Puffing Billy Railway||Dandenong||Melbourne Zoo|
|Port Phillip||St Kilda Beach||Luna Park|
|National Gallery of Victoria||Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium||Eureka Tower|
|Melbourne Cricket Ground||Crown Melbourne||State Library of Victoria|
|Shrine of Remembrance||Healesville Sanctuary||Werribee Open Range Zoo|
|Royal Exhibition Building||Dandenong Ranges National Park||St Paul’s Cathedral|
Temperature: The month wise highest and lowest temperatures for the city are shown below:
Rainfall: The rainfall in mm for the city is shown below:
|Balloon Rides||Boat Tours||Wine Tours and Tastins||Siteseeing Tours|
|Bike Tours||City tours||Nature & Wildlife Tours||Private Tours|
|Adventure Sports||Eco Tours||Walking Tours||Cultural Tours|
|Rappelling Tours||Day Trips||Canoeing & Kayaking||Segway Tours|
Best season to visit: The best time to visit is during March to May and September to November.
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About Australia: Australia is 6th largest country area wise and is the largest country of Australian continent. Oceania is the region comprising of the Australian continent and many other islands in the Pacific. The total no. of countries in Australian continent is 14 nations including Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and others.
Australia, the smallest continent, is officially known as the Commonwealth of Australia. Australia is also the world’s sixth-largest country by total area. The neighbouring countries of Australia include Papua New Guinea; the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to the north-east; Indonesia and East Timor to the north; and New Zealand to the south-east.