Melbourne attracts a wide cross-section of visitors, who come for a variety of reasons. Melbourne has a large number of events and attractions which are available throughout the year, These include: Federation Square, Eureka Skydeck, Melbourne Observation Deck, Melbourne Museum, Royal Exhibition Building, Crown Casino, Melbourne Aquarium and Lunar Park Melbourne.
Melbourne contains all manner of pubs, bars, and nightclubs. The CBD contains a wide variety of venues, from the ubiquitous faux-Irish pubs and more traditional Aussie hotels, through some very upmarket wine bars, serious jazz venues on Bennetts Lane, fashionable nightclubs and dance venues (where the Melbourne Shuffle was born), are often hidden away down obscure grungy alleys.
The restaurant strips, particularly Brunswick Street have their own bars, some of which are the best rock venues in Melbourne. King Street, on the southern side of the CBD, was traditionally a nightclub strip and still hosts several, but many are now exotic dancing venues. Chapel Street, Prahran, is perhaps the trendiest, most upmarket nightlife strip. Bayside St Kilda is the home of several huge music venues including the famous Esplanade Hotel (known as 'the Espy'), the Prince of Wales, and The Palace. Popular activities in and around Melbourne include a wide variety of Day Tours, Wine Tours, Hot Air Ballooning, Cruises, Harley Tours, Bushwalking and Surfing.
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