Experience Melbourne

In close proximity to Plum Serviced Apartments Carlton, you’ll find a host of venues and attractions to give you the full Melbourne experience.

Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton

The Royal Exhibition Building is one of the world's oldest remaining exhibition pavilions. On 1 July 2004, it became the first building in Australia to achieve a World He...

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Queen Victoria Market

The "Queen Vic" is both an historic landmark and a shopping institution which dates back to 1866 (the facade was added in 1878). Part of the complex sits on Melbourne's f...

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Princess Theatre

Designed by one of Australia's most creative architects, William Pitt. An elaborate ornate building, circa 1886, refurbished in the late 1980s for the long running produc...

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National Gallery Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia. Situated over two magnificent buildings – NGV International and NGV Australi...

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Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Australian Gallery of Sport and the Olympic Museum

The MCG is known and loved by cricket fans around the world. It can lay claim to being the home of cricket in Australia. It was here, as early as 1862, that the first int...

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Lygon Street

Lygon Street is a perfect example of Melbourne’s successful multiculturalism. When once you would have only seen Italian restaurants, there are now Thai, Afghan, Malay,...

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Chinatown

Situated on Little Bourke and the neighbouring lanes between Spring and Swanston Streets, restaurants, cafes and Asian grocery stores dominate the precinct. Chinatown is ...

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    Amenities

    • Free WIFI
    • On-site Concierge and overnight manager
    • Secure building entrance
    • Private on-site laundry

    Activities

  • Lygon Street
  • Queen Victoria Markets
  • Royal Exhibition Buildings
  • Melbourne Museum

    Location

  • Tram and Airport Bus trasport at your door
  • Close to Melbourne's Free Tram Zone
  • Short walk to shops and restaurants
  • Close to RMIT and University of Melbourne