Melbourne Map

Melbourne is a large and sprawling metropolis. For the first-time visitor it can be a little daunting to wrap your head around, where should you visit? Which regions are important and where you should you miss? The below Melbourne map reveals all the key regions to visit:


Melbourne's Central Business District is at the heart of the city action. Tall skyscrapers and heritage buildings stand side by side, crowding the streets and lanes to form a dense, vivid and eclectic cultural centre. In the city of Melbourne tourists will find major attractions such as the Queen Victoria Market, Eureka Tower, Federation Square, Flinders Street Station, Chinatown and Melbourne Central. Beyond the attractions, the city offers great insight into thriving city life and ambiance with plenty of laneways, independent retailers, cafes, restaurants and galleries woven through the streets and ready to be explored. Drop in at the central Information Centre for a detailed Melbourne map to help you explore the bustling district.

Inner Region

In the patchwork of former working-class neighbourhoods and ritzy suburbs that form Melbourne's Inner Region, there's a lot to be discovered. Take the tram down to St Kilda's beachside esplanade and visit historic Luna Park or one of the many iconic venues that call St Kilda home. Catch an AFL match at the MCG in the inner-city suburb of Richmond. Here you'll experience an eclectic culture with a number of great music venues, pubs and shopping outlets (check out Bridge Road). In South Yarra you'll find some of the finer parts of Melbourne, with high-end dining and shopping lining Toorak Road and Chapel Street.

Outer Region

In the outer suburb of Brighton, tourists will encounter some of Melbourne's famous beaches including the colourful and historic Brighton Bathing Boxes. Head further down the coast for a day or two of discovery on the Mornington Peninsula (spas and wineries await) or travel inland to visit Healesville Sanctuary or the breathtaking Grampians region.


Those seeking airport accommodation will be pleased to come across myriad hotel options in Tullamarine, just minutes from Melbourne International Airport. Catering to every kind of budget and endeavour, TravelOnline offers comprehensive packages with transfers and dining available.

Melbourne Location Map and Major Towns