This page provides you with more information on this exciting and ever growing part of the City of Melbourne Australia.
The Dockland Precincts provide you with an opportunity to eat well, drink well, play well and have a fantastic time conveniently close to the Melbourne CBD.
Whether it be a day out with the family or a leisurely stroll with your loved one, this place has to be seen to be believed.
Always vibrant and interesting with incredibly beautiful boats and luxurious yachts moored in the sheltered docking bays, the views are mouth watering.
Amazing architecture surrounds you and there are markets, street performers and street sculptures to keep you entertained.
This is just one of the amazing street sculptures that you will find spread throughout the melbourne Docklands. There are murals, modern art and interactive displayes for you and your family to enjoy. All making excellent subject to be photograhed with.
Kylie Minogue Statue Welcomes You To Docklands
Free Melbourne Visitor Shuttle
Hop on and hop off the free shuttle bus at any of the stops at key city destinations.
The Shuttle takes you to Harbour Town shopping centre at Waterfront City.
Runs daily from 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Catch the free City Circle Tram to Docklands or take one of the following city trams:
Tram 30 via La Trobe Street
Tram 70 via Flinders Street
Tram 86 via Bourke Street.
To reach Victoria Harbour – catch tram 48 via Collins Street.
The City Circle Tram Travels To The Docklands
Southern Cross Station (formerly Spencer Street Station) is Melbourne’s main rail interchange for suburban, regional and interstate trains.
Southern Cross Station is located right on Docklands’ doorstep.
Exit the station at the northern end to walk across the Bourke Street Pedestrian Bridge via the Etihad Stadium concourse, to Docklands’ Harbour Esplanade.
You can also exit the station on the corner of Spencer and Collins streets and walk across the Collins Street Bridge to Docklands Park.
Click here for information on Public Transport timetable - http://ptv.vic.gov.au , for both trains and trams.
Storm Over Docklands Park Melbourne Australia
Getting there by water
Take a water taxi from the Crown Entertainment Centre or charter a boat.
You can cruise into Melbourne via the fabulous marina facilities at Docklands.
Bring your boat to berth at Docklands any time of the year to dine at fabulous restaurants, cafes and bars within the Dockland Precincts.
Marina access is easy from Port Phillip Bay.
There are four Docklands marinas offering public berthings for day trippers, overnighters or for extended stays.
Call the Melbourne Docklands Marine Office: (03) 9658 8738 for further information.
Ever changing and such an exciting part of Melbourne, this area has to be explored regularly.
The city of Melbourne, Australia is changing on a daily basis. With the old buildings being replaced with massive tall skyscrapers and old derilect areas being reclaimed, it truly is one amazing city to explore. From the inner city to the outskirts of this amazing and exciting city there is constant change going on.
This T-shirt celebrates just this idea and the basis of the design is an example of the amazing street sculpture that can be found scattered throughout the city streets.
You may like to enjoy a leisurely cruise up the Yarra River and check out the Melbourne Docklands from a different perspective.
For More Information On This Tour And How To Avoid The Crowds.
Click The Image Below
The Stadium Precinct
The Etihad Stadium is a predominant feature overlooking the Victorian Harbour and Central Pier District.
This stadium has the ability to have both open and closed roof configurations enabling it to stage many sporting and entertainment events such as:
The Melbourne Docklands Etihad Stadium
The Stadium Precinct is also home to the Seven Network's Melbourne digital broadcasting center.
The Precinct is linked to the Southern Cross Station and the Melbourne CBD by the Bourke Street pedestrian bridge built over the railway lines.
Over The Bourke Street Bridge To The Docklands
The Yarra's Edge Precinct
Modern, up market, progressive and inspirational, all this adds up to the Yarra's Edge Precinct.
This Precinct is an extension of the Crown Promenade and South Wharf and houses top restaurants, cafes, a luxurious day spa, art galleries and a world class marina.
The amazing Webb Bridge allows pedestrian traffic to link across the yarra River to Victoria Harbour and the Docklands Park.
The design is a representation of the Koorie fishing traps, drums, baskets and the winding flow of the Yarra River below.
The Webb Bridge On The Yarra River South Wharf
This Precinct also houses an excellent Melbourne Shopping experience in the Direct Factory Outlet (DFO) South Wharf.
Excellent specials and discounted direct from the factory clothing, shoes and accessories.
DFO South Wharf Melbourne Australia
Batman's Hill Precinct
Public Spaces, innovative architecture, new retail outlets and early Melbourne History rolled into one here at the original landing site of this great city, Melbourne Australia.
The Historic Goods Shed No.2 has been extensively renovated and now houses the Fox Classic Car Museum
Tuesday: 10am - 2pm
Wednesday: 10am - 2pm
Thursday: 10am - 2pm
Saturday: 10am - 1pm
The Enterprize Tall Ship is a replica of the first ship that brought British settlers to Melbourne in 1835.
Public sails are held throughout the year around Port Phillip Bay
Charter or sleep onboard as you sail off on an overnight voyage to Geelong, as an example.
The Enterprize brought British settlers to Melbourne in 1835.
You cab sign on as part of the crew or sail in comfort as a passenger.
Click here for more details on The Enterprize Tall Ship Cruises
Shed 2 North Wharf Road
Docklands VIC 3008
The Enterprize Tall Ship - Docklands
Melbourne Flames is a Dragon Boat club based in Docklands, Melbourne.
Located at Shed 2 on the North Wharf.
Visitors to the Docklands often see these Dragon Boats out on the Victoria Harbour either competing in competitions, training or just celebrating events like the Chinese New Year.
Dragon Boat Festival Docklands Melbourne
The ultimate destination for watching fireworks on New Years Eve has to be the Docklands.
With over 5000 public car parks and Public transport so convenient, it is THE place to take the family to see in the New Year.
Fireworks over the Melbourne Docklands
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