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Melbourne Airport: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Living Legends: The International Home of Rest for Champion Horses


Melbourne Airport's closest tourist attraction: historic homestead and gardens, coffee shop, retired champion racehorses surrounded by parklands with over 1,000 wild kangaroos and over 100 species of Australian native birds.

At Living Legends you can meet and mingle with retired champion racehorses such as Apache Cat, Zipping, Silent Witness and Melbourne Cup winners Might and Power, Brew, Efficient and Rogan Josh.

Enjoy Devonshire Tea or coffee in the Woodlands Historic Homestead, smell the roses in the heritage gardens; walk, run, climb or ride your bikes in the surrounding 1,500 acres of bush-land complete with kangaroos and abundant native bird life. Bring a picnic basket, plan a day trip- it's a place where people of all ages can relax and enjoy our legends in beautiful parklands.

Located six minutes door to door from Melbourne Airport with free parking, public tours of horses available at 11:00am and 2:00pm daily.

An ideal destination for visitors with a Melbourne Airport layover or stop off. Local pick up, tour booking and fully catered formal and informal function packages available year round.

An ideal destinations for all ages- schools, service clubs, and community groups: more details visit the website.




Oaklands Road
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 4.7K from Melbourne Airport

Bulla Hill Railway


Bulla Hill Railway, operated by Tullamarine Live Steam Society, is located about eight kilometres from Melbourne Airport and offers scenic miniature train rides.

The railway is situated in a parkland area with picnic tables, children's playground and private picnic area with five picnic shelters, two electric barbecues and a kiosk at the station. There is ample free parking right outside the station building. Wheelchair access to the station and picnic area and a disabled toilet is also available to visitors.

Entry to Bulla Hill Railway is free, although to ride the train there is a small admission price. For more information see the website.

Bulla Hill Railway operates from 12-noon to 4:00pm on the first and third Sunday of each month.

Please note that enclosed footwear must be worn if you wish to ride on the trains.




15 Green Street
Bulla, VIC, 3428

Located 5.3K from Melbourne Airport

Maribyrnong Valley Parklands


Just a short drive from the heart of the city is the Maribyrnong Valley Parklands featuring Brimbank Park and Horseshoe Bend Farm. The parklands offer ideal settings for picnics, walks along the extensive network of trails, fishing, canoeing and bird watching, all set within peaceful parklands surrounded by prolific birdlife.

Note: Horseshoe Bend Farm is not open to visitors.

Horseshoe Bend Farm is a popular destination for visitors of all ages. During the week it is regularly occupied by young families, play groups, primary schools and older recreation groups.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.




Horseshoe Bend Road
Keilor, VIC, 3036

Located 5.6K from Melbourne Airport

Greenvale Reservoir Park


The grassy slopes of the park are popular with large groups for picnics and games. Trails wind through the park, offering glimpses of native birdlife and views of the water.

The park offers over 53 hectares for visitors to take in, explore and enjoy. Features include walking paths, large open spaces, picnic facilities and free gas barbecues.

You can enjoy the peaceful surrounds and the tranquil views of the reservoir or simply relax under a tree and enjoy a sunny afternoon. The sound of birds and the breeze through the trees provides a relaxing change to the hustle and bustle of everyday city life.

One of the features of the park is 'Brodies Lakes'. This series of three ponds is ideal for observing birdlife and incorporating other wetland activities.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.




Somerton Road
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 5.9K from Melbourne Airport

Woodlands Historic Park


Woodlands Historic Park provides a fascinating glimpse of the landscapes and wildlife seen by European settlers in the 1840s. The park has a 150-year old homestead, Indigenous canoe trees, native woodland and grassland. The fenced 'Back Paddock' is a great spot to see kangaroos, birds and other wildlife.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.




Somerton Road
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 5.9K from Melbourne Airport

Brimbank Park


Just a short drive from the heart of the city is the Maribyrnong Valley Parklands featuring Brimbank Park and Horseshoe Bend Farm.

The parklands offer ideal settings for picnics, walks along the extensive network of trails, fishing, canoeing and bird watching, all set within peaceful parklands surrounded by prolific birdlife.

Things to see and do
- Watch for the many water birds and enjoy the scenic walking tracks or stop in at the cafe
- Enjoy meeting the animals at Horseshoe Bend Farm.
- Walk along the Australian Plant Trail and experience the colour and beauty of plants suitable for growing in the Keilor area.
- Cycle along the wide paths. The main trail follows the river and forms a circuit of 4.3 kilometres. It links to the Maribyrnong River Trail, making it possible to walk or cycle from Keilor along the river as far as Footscray.


Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.




Brimbank Park
Keilor East, VIC, 3033

Located 6.2K from Melbourne Airport

Organ Pipes National Park


The Organ Pipes, a set of basalt columns formed by the cooling and cracking of molten lava, are the most well known feature of the park. Enjoy a picnic, a walk and the spring wattle blossom.

The park is an excellent place for picnics, walks, bird observing and photography. Stand on the viewing platform - the basalt Keilor Plains all around you are part of one of the world's largest lava flows.

Walk down the path to view the 'organ pipes' - a set of basalt columns formed by lava. Look for yellowish sandstones and mudstones across the creek 200 metres downstream from the 'organ pipes'.


Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.




Organ Pipes Road
Keilor North, VIC, 3037

Located 6.3K from Melbourne Airport

Animal Land Children's Farm


Animal Land Children's Farm - the ultimate family experience.

What makes Animal Land so popular with families is that you get to actively hold, pat, feed, ride, milk and truly experience what farm life is like.

Your country life experience begins as you get to meet, greet and interact with all of your favourite farmyard animals including cows, sheep, goats, pigs, ducks, chooks, ponies, alpacas, donkeys, deer, turkeys, peacocks, rabbits, guinea pigs and more.

You will enjoy non stop entertainment as you participate in all the farms fun filled activities including milking a cow in the dairy, having a hand led pony ride, taking a tractor ride, feeding the animals and nursing the baby animals too.

Collect the eggs from the chooks, feed the ducks on the dam, go ponding, plant a tree and have a go at growing some seedlings. Even try your luck at farm sports such as poopa scooping.

Located just 30 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, this unrivalled day of family fun is in easy reach.

Animal Land is famous for the sensory experience it offers visitors of all ages and a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with some really cute farm animals.




200 Duncans Lane,
Gate 2
Diggers Rest, VIC, 3427

Located 9.5K from Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport: Events

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience at Country Place Hotel


The Faulty Towers The Dining Experience offers a fabulous weekend getaway including dinner, show, bed and breakfast. The fun starts as the audience waits to be seated and then hurtles along for two hours of fully immersive, highly improvised comedy theatre. Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve up some madcap mayhem and a three-course meal with the audience playing the part of their restaurant diners.

Chaos in the dining room. Enter the world of the snobbish, manic Basil, his domineering wife Sybil and their hopelessly language-challenged waiter, Manuel.

Be one of the steady stream of bemused guests trying to make Manuel understand what it is you want. Ask for an ice bucket and you may just be presented with a nice bucket. A simple procedure like opening a bottle of wine can become a huge drama, and maybe during all this you might get some service, Faulty style of course.


Event Dates
2017
      9th Dec
      10th Dec


180 Olinda Creek Road
Kalorama, VIC, 3766

Located 3.0K from Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport: Travel Tips

Melbourne Airport Visitor Information Centre


Melbourne Airport Visitor Information Centre assists visitors with a range of tourism services including accommodation reservations, tour bookings and telecommunication services (SIM cards and recharge vouchers are available for purchase).

Visitors can find information on car and campervan rental and reservations, transportation services, public transport advice, shuttle service to and from the airport to your hotel including Skybus, Frankston and Peninsula Airport Shuttle, Airport Bus Dandenong and Airport Bus Eastside and limousine and interstate bus/ flight reservations.

The Centre also offers discounted attraction ticket sales, special needs assistance (wheelchair rental available) and general flights and airport terminal information.




Arrival Drive,
Melbourne Airport Visitor Information Centre
Melbourne Airport, VIC, 3045

Located 1.3K from Melbourne Airport

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