1) TREASURYGARDENS this is a tribute to JFK. This is a natural rock; it has a water fountain too. When John F. Kennedy was assassinated, a special committee way back in 1963 was tasked to ask the public to contribute on how to conceptualize his memorial. The city Architects and the Superintendent of Parks put the plan into the JohnF.K.MemorialTreasuryGardens. Raymond B. Ewers is the famous sculptor of this memorial and Right Honorable Lord Mayor of Melbourne, in the year 1965 was the one who unveiled the rock.
2) ST. KILDA'S NATIONAL THEATRE is a theatre built way back in 1929, it could accommodate 3000 people back then, but it was reduced in 1928 to 2550 seats. It is where ballerinas and dramatists gather, and you can see lots of Victorian Arts here. Don’t forget to bring your camera, and reserve a ticket at the theatre once you get to Melbourne.
3) UNIVERSITIES AROUND MELBOURNE are full of modernists sculpture.
Earnest and Fannie Kaye Fax had a memorial sculpted here by their very own daughter Kaye. The universities in Melbourne showcase different types of magnificent art works.
4) DAYLESFORD/HEPBURN SPRINGS it is 90 minutes drive from Melbourne.
The scenery is unbeatable, because it is authentically Australian. This is an awesome place, a real stress buster. If it is possible, you may opt to stay 2 to 3 days here, it’s the best place to go visit and have fun with family and friends.
5) GREAT OCEAN ROAD is a real iconic Australian spot. This is actually a place super close to Melbourne, and sometimes it is considered as part of Melbourne. For a tourist, you should journey along this road and along the way discover spectacular Victorian coastline and the 12 Apostles. The 12 Apostles are giant rocks standing in the ocean and you can marvel at them as you drive along the Great Ocean Road.