Close this search box.
Close this search box.

Melbourne & Region Map 13th edition

$9.95 inc GST

3 in stock

The Melbourne and Region map features a primary map of Greater Melbourne (1:115,000) that includes highways, major roads and local streets, as well as 24-hour fuel, parks and caravan parks. On the reverse is a Melbourne CBD map with accommodation, shopping and other places of interest pinpointed, along with train and tram network maps and a Melbourne Region map.

Key Features:
Highways, major roads and local streets
Points of interest
Travel Information
Caravan Parks
24 Hour Fuel
Tram lines
Railway stations
Suburbs Index
Shopping centres
Sporting venues
Tram and Train network maps

The cosmopolitan capital of Victoria, Melbourne is a city of distinct districts: each with its own particular appeal. For a different view of the city head to the observation deck at the Eureka Skydeck for 360° views. A cruise along the Yarra River provides yet another perspective. Set around Port Phillip Bay, the city can easily be explored on the many tram routes. Amid the hustle and bustle of the CBD are numerous cafes, restaurants, boutique fashion shops, theatres and galleries where visitors can easily while away the hours. Browse through the exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria. Other highlights include the Melbourne Zoo and the Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium. Down at the St Kilda foreshore, talk a wander along the beach or sample some of the fish and chips.

If you are into sport, then you are in luck because major national and international sporting events are frequently held at venues including the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Etihad Stadium, Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena, Flemington Race Course and Visy Park. It’s also possible to tour the MCG or visit the National Sports Museum. Horse racing is another popular sport, and not just for the ‘big one’ – Melbourne Cup. The Australian Racing Museum and Hall of Fame have all you’d ever want to know about the history of racing. Take a step back in time at the Melbourne Museum, Polly Woodside and Gold Treasury Museum. The Scienceworks Museum and Planetarium is a must-visit too. Other fascinating insights into the city’s past can be gained at the Old Melbourne Gaol and Cook’s Cottage.