Melbourne is a metropolis that oozes elegance, with prime malls, wine and eating, contemporary hotel accommodation and conference facilities, along with boundless possibilities to encounter the arts, amidst museums, exhibits, spotlight displays and an extended schedule of performances occurring throughout the year. This vibrating metropolis attracts travelers to several of its famous sites such as the Royal Melbourne Zoo, Queen Victoria Market, the National Gallery of Victoria, MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground), and Federation Square.

Melbourne is also a haven for extravagant resorts, relaxing hotels, world-class convention and conference hubs that are ideal for entertaining conventions for all manner of gatherings. From modest to massive gatherings and conferences, organizers are certain to obtain a conference place that satisfies all their specifications.

Notwithstanding the regional propensity for complaining about the city’s civic transportation, Melbourne persists as one of the most reliably connected municipalities in Australia. Like most significant metropolises, Melbourne has trains and buses, although something that Melbourne is especially recognized for is its widespread tram system. Irrespective of whether one chooses to go by tram, take the bus or catch a train, they can go about anywhere in Melbourne without a car. All they require is an adventuresome vitality and what is known as a "myki card", which is the city's reusable state transportation pass that can be bought or topped up at any of the city's cosmopolitan train terminals as well as at any of the many tram depots and bus stops.