Melbourne

Melbourne is the second largest city and the cultural capital of , with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens.
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The of Melbourne is the city's cultural, entertainment and financial heart. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

, also known as Tullamarine Airport, is the largest and most important airport in Melbourne and the state of , . Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

The of Melbourne consists of a number of suburbs and localities within the Yarra municipality. Photo: Nicolás Boullosa, CC BY 2.0.

The of Melbourne include the areas of Airport West, Caroline Springs, Essendon, Flemington, Footscray, Keilor, Melton, Point Cook, Sunshine, Sydenham, Werribee, Williamstown and Yarraville. Photo: Rexness, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Tourist attraction
The is a World Heritage-listed building in Melbourne, Victoria… Photo: Diliff, CC BY 2.5.

Stadium
The Melbourne Cricket Ground, also known colloquially as "The G", is an Australian sports stadium located in , Melbourne, Victoria. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Art gallery
The , popularly known as the NGV, is an art museum in Melbourne, , Australia. Photo: Lakeyboy, Public domain.

Stadium
Docklands Stadium, also known by naming rights sponsorship as Marvel Stadium, is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment stadium in the Docklands area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Photo: Joe.Bekker, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Destinations

The of Melbourne include Boroondara, Box Hill and Glen Waverley, Manningham and Nillumbik, Ringwood and surrounds. Photo: Orderinchaos, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The of Melbourne include Ascot Vale, Broadmeadows, Brunswick, Bundoora, Coburg, Epping, Hume, Ivanhoe, Moonee Ponds, Nillumbik Shire, Northcote, South Morang, and Tullamarine. Photo: Bidgee, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Melbourne's is a vibrant and diverse area, home to a number of cultural and social icons of Melbourne. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is a vibrant beachside suburb of Port Phillip, in south-eastern inner Melbourne, . Photo: Tiimta, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a city in , . It has a beautiful beach, vibrant street art, many restaurants, bars and shops. Photo: Tiimta, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is an area and municipality in Melbourne, just south-east of the City Center. Photo: Jorge Láscar, CC BY 2.0.

The southeast of Melbourne is a eclectic mix of multicultural suburbs offering flavourful Asian and European foods and quaint seaside towns in which to relax. Photo: Jjron, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Melbourne's contains a number of suburbs and places worthy of a visit. Photo: Korkut Tas, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Town
is an inner suburb of Melbourne, , Australia, 3 km east of Melbourne's Central Business District in the local government area of the municipality.

Town
is an inner suburb of Melbourne, , , 4 km south-east of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the Cities of and local government areas. Photo: Donaldytong, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 3 km south-west from the Melbourne central business district.

Melbourne

Latitude
-37.8142° or 37° 48' 51.2" south
Longitude
144.9632° or 144° 57' 47.4" east
Population
4,970,000
IATA airport code
MEL
United Nations Location Code
AU MEL
Elevation
58 metres (190 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 21579127
Geo­Names ID
2158177
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Melbourne
  • Afar: Melburn
  • Afrikaans: Melbourne
  • Albanian: Melburni
  • Amharic: መልበርን
  • Arabic: Melbourne
  • Arabic: ملبورن
  • Aragonese: Melbourne
  • Armenian: Մելբուռն
  • Asturian: Melbourne
  • Azerbaijani: Melburn
  • Bashkir: Мельбурн, Австралия
  • Bashkir: Мельбурн
  • Basque: Melbourne
  • Belarusian: Мельбурн
  • Belarusian: Мэльбурн
  • Bengali: মেলবোর্ন
  • Bhojpuri: मेलबर्न
  • Bosnian: Melbourne
  • Breton: Melbourne
  • Bulgarian: Мелбърн
  • Burmese: မဲလ်ဘုန်းမြို့
  • Catalan: Melbourne
  • Cebuano: Melbourne (kapital sa estado)
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  • Central Bikol: Melbourne
  • Central Kurdish: مێلبۆرن
  • Chechen: Мельбурн
  • Chinese: Melbourne
  • Chinese: 墨尔本
  • Chinese: 墨爾本
  • Chuvash: Мельбурн
  • Corsican: Melbourne
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  • Czech: Melbourne
  • Danish: Melbourne
  • Dimli (individual language): Melbourne
  • Dutch: Melbourne
  • Eastern Mari: Мельбурн
  • Egyptian Arabic: ميلبورن
  • English: Greater Melbourne
  • English: Melbourne, Australia
  • English: Melbourne, Victoria
  • English: Melbourne City
  • Esperanto: Melburno
  • Estonian: Melbourne
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  • Galician: Melbourne
  • Georgian: მელბურნი
  • German: Melbourne
  • Greek: Μελβούρνη
  • Gujarati: મેલબોર્ન
  • Hakka Chinese: Melbourne
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  • Hebrew: מלבורן
  • Hindi: मॆल्बोर्न्
  • Hindi: मेलबॉर्न
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  • Hungarian: Melbourne
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  • Ido: Melbourne
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  • Italian: Greater Melbourne
  • Italian: Melbourne
  • Japanese: メルボルン
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  • Kabyle: Melbourne
  • Kalaallisut: Melbourne
  • Kannada: ಮೆಲ್ಬರ್ನ್
  • Kannada: ಮೆಲ್ಬೋರ್ನ್
  • Kara-Kalpak: Melburn
  • Kazakh: Мельбурн
  • Kazakh: Мельбурн қаласы
  • Kirghiz: Мельбурн
  • Korean: 멜버른
  • Korean: 멜번
  • Ladino: Melbourne
  • Lao: ເມລເບີນ
  • Latin: Melbournum
  • Latin: Melburnia
  • Latvian: Melburna
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  • Lithuanian: Melburnas
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  • Macedonian: Мелбурн
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  • Malay: Melbourne
  • Malayalam: മെൽബൺ
  • Maori: Marapana
  • Maori: Marepana
  • Maori: Merepana
  • Maori: Poipiripi
  • Maori: Poipiripiri
  • Marathi: मेलबर्न
  • Min Dong Chinese: Melbourne
  • Min Nan Chinese: Melbourne
  • Mongolian: Мельбурн
  • Nauru: Melbourne
  • Nepali: मेलबर्न
  • Newari: मेलबर्न
  • Northern Frisian: Melbourne
  • Northern Sami: Melbourne
  • Norwegian: Melbourne
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Melbourne
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Melbourne
  • Occitan (post 1500): Melbourne
  • Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܡܠܒܘܪܢ
  • Ossetian: Мельбурн
  • Panjabi: ਮੈਲਬਰਨ
  • Papiamento: Melbourne
  • Persian: ملبورن
  • Picard: Melbourne
  • Piemontese: Melbourne
  • Pitcairn-Norfolk: Melban
  • Polish: Melbourne
  • Portuguese: Melbourne
  • Quechua: Melbourne
  • Romanian: Melbourne
  • Russian: Мельбурн
  • Samoan: Melepone
  • Samogitian: Melborns
  • Sanskrit: मेलबॉर्न
  • Santali: ᱢᱮᱞᱵᱳᱨᱱ
  • Saterfriesisch: Melbourne
  • Scots: Melbourne
  • Scottish Gaelic: Melbourne
  • Serbian: Мелбурн
  • Serbo-Croatian: Melbourne
  • Sicilian: Melbourne
  • Silesian: Melbourne
  • Sindhi: ميلبورن
  • Sinhala: මෙල්බර්න්
  • Sinhala: මෙල්බෝන්
  • Sinhala: මෙල්බෝර්න්
  • Slovak: Melbourne
  • Slovenian: Melbourne
  • South Azerbaijani: ملبورن
  • Spanish: Melbourne
  • Swahili: Melbourne
  • Swedish: Melbourne
  • Tagalog: Melbourne
  • Tahitian: Melbourne
  • Tajik: Мелбурн
  • Tamil: மெல்பர்ன்
  • Tamil: மெல்பேர்ண்
  • Tamil: மெல்போர்ன்
  • Tatar: Мельбурн
  • Telugu: మెల్బోర్న్
  • Thai: เมลเบิร์น
  • Tibetan: མེར་བུན
  • Turkish: Melbourne
  • Turkmen: Melburn
  • Twi: Melbourne
  • Uighur: Mélburn
  • Uighur: مېلبۇرن
  • Ukrainian: Мельбурн
  • Urdu: ملبورن
  • Uzbek: Melburn
  • Veps: Mel'burn
  • Vietnamese: Melbourne
  • Volapük: Melbourne
  • Võro: Melbourne
  • Waray (Philippines): Melbourne
  • Welsh: Melbourne
  • Western Frisian: Melbourne
  • Western Panjabi: میلبورن
  • Wu Chinese: 墨尔本
  • Yakut: Мельбурн
  • Yiddish: מעלבארן
  • Yoruba: Melbourne
  • Yue Chinese: 墨爾本
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