There is so much to see and do in Melbourne! To help you plan your city program, we’ve put together a list of links to the activity venues we think are some of the best places to visit.
For a more comprehensive list of all that Melbourne has to offer, we have prepared a Program Planning Guide which details the activity venues and landmarks within Melbourne’s CBD and surrounding suburbs. Activities suitable for school students, including approximate costs and walking/travel details from City CYC, are provided within this guide. We have prepared some suggested programs which can be found at the back of this guide.
Please note, City CYC does not make any activity venue bookings on behalf of schools. However we are more than happy to assist with creating a suitable program for your school group. We recommend that you book your activities as soon as you have locked in a camp date, as many venues book out quickly.
For further assistance with planning your program, please contact our Groups Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Australian Center for the Moving Image
|Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne||(03) 8663 2200|
Eureka Sky Deck
|7 Riverside Quay, Southbank||(03) 9693 8888|
National Sports Museum
|Gate 3, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Brunton Ave, Richmond||(03) 9657 8879|
|Nicholson St, Carlton||(03) 8341 7777|
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre
|30 Aughtie Dve, Albert Park||(03) 9926 1555|
Old Melbourne Gaol
|377 Russell St, Melbourne||(03) 8663 7228|
Parliament of Victoria
|Spring St, East Melbourne||(03) 9651 8911|
Queen Victoria Market
|Cnr Elizabeth St & Victoria St, Melbourne||(03) 9320 5822|
Shrine of Remembrance
|Birdwood Ave, Melbourne||(03) 9661 8100|
State Library of Victoria
|Cnr Swanston St & Latrobe St, Melbourne||(03) 8664 7002|