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Melbourne is a bustling city in Australia filled with fantastic attractions, colorful neighborhoods, trendy restaurants, and fantastic shopping districts. While exploring all Melbourne has to offer, be sure to check out the Central Business District, commonly called CBD. This is so much more than stuffy office buildings; instead, it is a lively hub of cultural collisions. Stroll along some of the streets and take in the amazing graffiti artwork in what is commonly referred to as Melbourne Street Art. Head over to Queen Victoria Market or Federation Square and enjoy strolling through shops and checking out street vendors. Stop by the Ian Potter Center, where you can view Australian art and even have a chance to purchase a few pieces to take home with you.
The Melbourne Central Business District was created in 1837 when surveyor Robert Hoddle created a central grid that had its boundaries at La Trobe Street, Spencer Street, Spring Street, and Flinders Street. The tree-lined streets make the perfect border for the district, and the tram lines were designed to follow along those streets. Several malls are situated throughout and offer a plethora of various types of goods ranging from household goods to high fashion. The Melbourne Central Shopping Center sits atop an underground railway station, making it convenient for locals and visitors to get from place to place. When looking for a little green space, look no further than the Yarra River and the parklands dotted along its shores.
Fun Fact: The Central District of Melbourne has its own Chinatown, created during the 1850s gold rush.
No matter why you are visiting Melbourne or how long you will be here, make time to visit Melbourne CBD and surrounding neighborhoods. Here are a few things to do while in or near the Central Business District.
Hop on a vintage City Circle Tram and see the city from a whole new perspective
Lace up your walking shoes and follow the Melbourne Historical Trail to see some of Melbourne’s oldest buildings
Stop for a few minutes and watch street performers put on a show; the biggest and best performances are usually found right outside the General Post Office
Take in a show at Regent Theater, Forum, or Her Majesty’s Theater
Stroll through Queen Victoria Market which opened its doors in 1878 making it the oldest market in Melbourne
Take a tour of the State Library Victoria, the oldest public library in Australia
Wander through Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria and breathe in the fragrant flowers and plants found within
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Locals and tourists have discovered the convenience of using Bounce when needing a place to stow your bags or other belongings. You will be doing a lot of walking or riding on trams and rails, leaving little room for bulky bags to be brought along. Pack your essentials in a smaller bag that will be accepted in most places and set up a time to drop the rest of your things at a nearby Bounce location for the day. Do a little shopping and then stow your collection of shopping bags with Bounce while you go enjoy a nice leisurely lunch. Bounce is here to make your life a little easier.
You will want to get out and explore all that Melbourne has to offer once you have wandered through the Central Business District. Don’t weigh yourself down with bulky baggage or shopping bags. Use the Bounce app to find a location near you and drop your bags for the rest of the day while you sightsee.
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The street art found throughout Melbourne is not found in one particular location. Take the walking tour and be amazed at the artistry of these graffiti artists. The Melbourne City Council set aside specific areas throughout the city where graffiti artists can tag walls and create artwork. Melbourne even has a map of the street art locations available for download. Many of the street artists act as guides through the city. Whether you are setting out on your own or have joined a tour group, prepare to be amazed by the colorful artwork that showcases the up and coming artists of Melbourne. Be sure to start your walking tour in the Melbourne Central Business District and then head over to Fitzroy, Collingwood, and Cremorne. Since you will be walking through the streets of Melbourne, you will want to leave your belongings with Bounce to not be slowed down.
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Located at the corner of Swanston and Flinders streets, this historic railway station is still in operation and maintains and services the entire city of Melbourne. The railway station opened in 1910, and the entrance to the station is one of the most photographed places in all of Melbourne. Drop your bulky bags with Bounce, and check out some of the trendy shops filled with fascinating souvenirs and necessities for travelers. Sit down to a tasty meal at one of the restaurants inside the station. Once you have explored Flinders Street Railway Station, head across the street to Federation Square, and check out the Australian Center of Moving Image. The architecture of Federation Square will take your breath away.
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Step inside the cellblock where hardened criminals once lived and experience a day in the life of a convict at the Old Melbourne Gaol. The infamous Ned Kelly was sentenced to death by hanging and stayed at the prison, awaiting execution. During its years of operation, there were 133 executions. The prison was in operation from 1842 until 1929. Today, it is a museum that offers visitors a chance to step back into the 1800s and imagine life inside the prison. You can even sign up for a ghost tour and search for some of the tortured souls that roam through the halls of the Old Melbourne Gaol. Most of the ghost tours are held at night, so bring your flashlight and your courage for a night you will not soon forget. Bring your camera but leave your bags with Bounce while you tour the prison.
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There are multiple locations in the Melbourne CBD area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Flinders Street, SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium, and Skybus Airport Shuttle and all over Melbourne.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Melbourne CBD.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Melbourne CBD area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Melbourne CBD and in the broader Melbourne area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Melbourne CBD are BreakFree Heritage on Little Bourke, Crown Towers Hotel, and Adara Collins Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Melbourne CBD are Nomads Melbourne, United Backpackers, and Flinders Station Hotel.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Melbourne CBD are Cookie, Crystal Jade, and Vue De Monde.
Check out the nearby Fitzroy Gardens, Docklands, and Queen Victoria Gardens.
While nearby, you can check out Old Melbourne Gaol, Melbourne Town Hall, and Immigration Museum.