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Melbourne Olympic Park


Melbourne&OlympicParks, as the name implies, is a collection of two venues: Melbourne Park and Olympic Park. Both are adjacent to each other and located in the same Melbourne sports and entertainment district. The parks host a large number of national and international events, such as international tennis tournaments, soccer matches, rugby union matches, motocross races, ice skating, concerts, etc. Melbourne and Olympic Park mainly include venue facilities such as Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena, Melbourne Park Function Center, and Margaret Court Arena.

Victoria Arts Centre

The National Gallery of Victoria is adjacent and houses a world-class collection of Australian, Aboriginal, Asian, European and pre-Columbian art. There are also over 100 separate art galleries in Melbourne.    The Art Centre houses the Art Gallery of Victoria, which is the largest art gallery in Australia with a collection of 25,000 works. The architecture of the art center is admirable, with a large atrium and a stained glass ceiling lobby, and is well worth seeing.  Introduction The Victorian Arts Centre has become an icon of Melbourne, with its soaring spires rising to the sky, situated on both sides of the Yarra River, it is the largest performing arts center in town and a major area of social and artistic activity in Melbourne, with the State Theatre, the Entertainment Centre, the George Fairfax Studio, the Melbourne Concert Hall, the Museum of Performing Arts, the Westpac Gallery and the Sydney Melody Stage.

From Flinders Station, cross the Princess Bridge and walk five minutes along St. Kilda St. to the new archway on the right, inside which is the Victorian Arts Centre.


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