FLINDERS STREET STATION
}Melbourne’s eqivalent to Central Station, designed by the winner of a 1899 competition. Melburnians use the clocks on the front of this grand Edwardian hub of Melbourne's suburban rail network as a favoured meeting place....more
Federation Square is a central and unifying public space, a landmark and a cultural magnet bringing together exquisite gardens, innovative architecture and engineering. Filling an entire city block....more
Docklands is a new up and comming shopping and residential precinct. It is a little out of the way but there is a free tram and easy parking to help you get around. There are some great restaurants as well as a nice boardwalk for a relaxing stroll after a meal. There is an outside shopping mall that is quite pleasent to walk around (not advised on a rainy day).
Just up the road from Flinder Street Station, City square holds a lot of events throughout the year including fundraisers and the anual City Christmas Tree. Just behind City Square is The Westin that over looks the courtyard and it is lined with coffee shops. This is a great spot for a break on a warm day or as a meeting point when shopping with friends.