This vase area is divided into precincts, however what makes Docklands unique is Victoria’s maritime history is intrinsic to in the development. It resonates in the precinct current structural designs as well as being able to incorporate historical buildings, wharfs and the seafaring past

Melbourne Docklands is a great example of Melbourne lifestyle. Here you can have a work//lifestyle balance (residential towers/Eco office towers). It shows how culture, (sculptures, artistic urban design and street art) exist with sports, (Etihad sports stadium).

Docklands a short distance from the central business district and is surrounded by stunning water views.  These water views makes Docklands a popular place to eat out. At Melbourne Docklands you will discover an impressive list of restaurants and attractions like Melbourne Star Observation Wheel. There are a variety of Cuisines. From seafood restaurants to Greek restaurants, Chinese restaurants to steak restaurants, Italian restaurants and more.

 The City Circle Tram passes through Docklands, every 10 minutes and is a free. This is a convenient way to get around the Melbourne CBD. This including stops near; Federation Square,  Crown Entertainment Complex, Museums, Galleries, MCG, Exhibition Centre, China Town and Bourke Street mall. It is the perfect mode of transport for tourists, shoppers, workers and families.

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