Melbourne is one of Australia's leading and most livable cities. Situated on Port Philip Bay, this diverse city has many of Australia's tallest buildings, in a skyline so spectacular it is known throughout the world.
Visitors to Melbourne can dine at world-class restaurants, shop in luxurious department stores, take a tour along scenic coasts or green countrysides, and even play golf five minutes from the city center.
Melbourne is also a multi-cultural city with many restaurants and cafes. Many festivals and celebrations are held throughout the state. Soon Melbourne will be home of Australia's second tallest building, the 300-meter Eureka Tower.
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- City of Melbourne (457)
- Darebin (1)
- Frankston (1)
- Glen Eira (2)
- Greater Dandenong (1)
- Hobsons Bay (2)
- Knox (1)
- Manningham (1)
- Monash (2)
- Moonee Valley (6)
- Moreland (3)
- Port Phillip (74)
- Stonnington (17)
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No. of Buildings
|1||Eureka Tower||975 ft||2006|
|2||120 Collins Street||869 ft||1991|
|3||101 Collins Street||853 ft||1991|
|4||Rialto Towers||824 ft||1986|
|5||Bourke Place||735 ft||1991|