Set on the shores of picturesque Port Phillip Bay, the southern-most city of mainland Australia is Melbourne; a creative, exciting city with always something new to discover.
There is something uniquely intriguing about Melbourne; it transforms the everyday into an immersive experience. It rewards the visitors who take the time to explore and uncover its secrets in the labyrinth of interconnecting streets and laneways.
Melbourne has a cultural depth and multicultural diversity people expect from a major global city but with a relaxed attitude that makes it easy for visitors from anywhere around the world to feel at home. The city is exciting, constantly changing and evolving with many new restaurants, hotels, events and attractions opening throughout the year.
Delegates to Melbourne will have no trouble filling their downtime when in town for the ASM, and for those who want to explore further afield the unique natural beauty of regional Victoria is just a short trip away.
Pack plenty of sunscreen and a hat. Melbourne’s summers are dry with hot spells and cooling afternoon breezes off Port Phillip Bay. Average highs are around 25°C (77°F), though temperatures can occasionally soar past 30°C (86°F). Overnight temperatures are cooler and remain fairly stable.
Temperature: 16°C (61°F) to 26°C (79°F)
Melbourne Official Visitor Guide App
The Melbourne Official Visitor Guide is the best way to explore Melbourne’s hidden gems; from laneway bars to world class events and festivals, everything you need to know is just a tap away.
With exclusive offers to Melbourne’s best attractions, travel, event and entertainment information useful tips and insights, this free App makes it easy to discover the very best of Melbourne.
You can install the Melbourne Official Visitor Guide for Android devices from the Google Play store. If you have an Apple device, install the Melbourne Official Visitor Guide from the iTunes Store.Download Visitor App for iPhone Download Visitor App for Android