Very nice place with a variety of shops! Close to many other places which was very good. Clean and tidy which was very good.
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This is certainly a hub of Melbourne shopping. Shops everywhere. Seach and you are sure to find what you want or need. And whilst we were there - Sales. Some of the specials were much better than at the DFO near the Melbourne Convention Centre.
Visited the station to enquire about overnight trains to Sydney. Lively station and many people passing through, lots of places to eat and drng in the station. The staff were friendly and gave lots of information. Booked the airport bus from there and were impressed...More
Visited on many occasions whilst I was abroad in Australia. Connections to Frankston in 2017. Easy to manage transport. The payment system is easy to understand. Prepaid. Coonections used to go to various venues, I found it all like secondd nature. Lots of eating places,...More
We were on our “Melbourne pub crawl,” and several folk recommended the pub “in the glass dome,” so off we went. Now, while we were there, primarily to explore the MC Lion Hotel, an “English-style pub,” we spent some time in the Melbourne Central complex....More
Melbourne Central was once a Japanese department store, which shut up shop. It is now a meeting place for young people from everywhere, particularity RMIT University and the University of Melbourne, and other assorted institutions. Lots of fast food and lots of shops. It's a...More
Forget the shops, I love coming into Melbourne Central for the busker entertainment. The day I was there last, there was a young man on an electric violin. He is such a talent, had me mesmerised for almost 3/4 hour. An absolute pleasure to waste...More
The shopping mall is a great place to visit on any occasion to Melbourne. I love the place for the quality cinema and the availability and range of shops positioned here that i can always find a great card or gift for a birthday or...More
Not sure about the shopping although the food court looks pretty terrific. But I happened to arrive at 3 pm just as the clock struck (it's huge!!) And then it sang Waltzing Matilda. Fabulous! ! Then directly behind you the glass cone rises above the...More