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About Melbourne


Melbourne CBD is as much an artistic entertainment hub as it is a business district; best known for its many laneways, vibrant street art, cultural diversity, and excellent dining options to suit all tastes.

Imagine Lighthouse steps directly onto the bustling city streets; where entertainment, eateries and art laden laneways provide endless opportunities for curious minds and leisure enthusiasts.

Things to do in Melbourne


Melbourne is best known for its many laneways, vibrant street art, cultural diversity, 
and excellent dining options to suit all tastes.


Discover the artistic brilliance that Melbourne has to offer…

Home to some of the country’s most famous street art – Centre Place is a must see for all those who want to celebrate self-expression.  The laneways in Centre Place include AC/DC Lane, Croft Alley and of course Hosier Lane.

ACMI is the Australian Centre for the Moving Image and always has something fascinating and eye-opening when it comes to TV, film, games, art and digital culture. 


In a city that is famous for its laneways…

Degraves Street is arguably one of the best on offer. Settle in for a glass of red or choose from fine dining to casual eateries (where grandmas traditional recipes from generations past are honoured and savoured).  

Stepping through the grand red entrance of Melbourne’s ChinaTown will have you entering a whole new world of Asian eateries, bars and fashion boutiques. Just steps away from Imagine Lighthouse – this is a must see for an authentic, sensory Asian experience.


As your ideal Melbourne base, Imagine Lighthouse dares you to explore all the night has on offer... 

Whether you’re searching for hidden jazz bars, underground whisky bars, or wanting to listen to live music and dance the night away - Melbourne is home to some of Australia’s most talked about and popular nightlife attractions.

Want to know more?... Ask our friendly staff at reception to guide you if you’d like to know our favourite spots!


Oh, the places you’ll go! There is fun to be done!

The Queen Victoria Markets are Melbourne’s iconic open-air markets; home to fresh produce, specialty shopping, passionate foodies and chic stall-eateries. Running since 1878, the markets are filled with a rich history and stories of times past (which the locals will gladly share with you should you ask). 

Capture the Melbourne sunrise from a hot air balloon! Watch the sun light up the city skyline in style – perfect for romantic getaways or those wanting a different perspective of the city. 


Take a stroll around Flagstaff Gardens. A popular spot for office workers to take their lunchbreaks; the stretches of lawn are paired with mature eucalypts, Moreton Bay figs, avenues of elm trees, a bowling lawn, rose beds, tennis courts, sculptures and electric barbecues. A short 500 m walk from Imagine Lighthouse, a picnic lunch at Flagstaff Gardens is a great way to spend some down-time while on business in Melbourne.

Want to experience Melbourne like a local? Locally run walking tours are becoming an increasingly popular way to see the city for curious minds. 


Mixing history and fashion is easy in Melbourne city.

Take a walk through the stunning architecture of the 1800s in the Block Arcade and Royal Arcade.  

If you’re looking for the who’s who of high-end fashion, be sure to check out the ‘Paris End’ of Collins Street; where designer clothing, style, glamour and impressive architecture sit nestled in the tree lined street.

Getting Around Melbourne

Discover the sights of Melbourne from Imagine Lighthouse

With Imagine Lighthouse conveniently located in central Melbourne, you can explore some of the best city sights by foot.  Or for a complete Melbourne experience – the iconic trams are a great way to see the city.  Other transport options are taxis, buses, trains and car hire.  

If you would like more information on car hire – talk to our friendly reception staff about Europ Car, Hertz and Avis car rentals that are all on Franklin Street (200 m away).

  • Queen Victoria Markets 200 m
  • Free Tourist City Centre Tram 250 m
  • Bourke Street Mall 600 m
  • Chinatown 1 km
  • Flinders Street Station 1.3 km
  • National Gallery of Victoria 1.7 km
  • Crown Casino 2.3 km
  • Convention and Exhibition Centre 2.5 km
  • Rod Laver Arena 2.5 km
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground 3.4 km
  • Melbourne Airport 23 km