Melbourne Metropolitan College Campus

Melbourne

Melbourne is the capital of the State of Victoria. It is situated on the Yarra River and around Port Phillip Bay with its beautiful beaches and water sports facilities. It is a beautiful spacious city with all the parks, gardens, sporting venues, and scenic places that Australian space and natural resources allow.

Melbourne is considered to be the shopping capital of Australia and offers some of Australia’s biggest shopping complexes as well as sophisticated, exclusive boutiques and a host of lively and popular markets and has been voted the “world’s second most liveable” city in the world. More than 100 ethnic groups are represented in Australia, making Australia one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. Australia’s dynamic multiculturalism can be attributed to its unique combination of Indigenous cultures, early European settlement, and immigration from all parts of the world.

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FUN THINGS TO DO IN
MELBOURNE

SHOPPING

There are many shopping precincts within proximity, such as Emporium, QV or Melbourne Central. They include retail stores such as MYER, David Jones, Coach, Big W, and many more. Coles and Woolworth are also available for daily grocery shopping.

CAFES

There are several cafés and restaurants within the vicinity of the campus, where students can socialise, relax and meet with others.

Alice Springs

Central Australia, also known as the ALICE SPRINGS REGION, is one of the five regions in the Northern Territory of Australia. Alice Springs is widely considered to be the spiritual heart of Australia, with rivers and ranges millions of years old and ancient Aboriginal culture rich in art and story. Alice Springs is an incredibly safe place to backpack and travel to. People are nice and helpful and you’re unlikely to get into trouble. The best part is, in short, Alice Springs’ stunning landscapes, remote communities, and unique pioneering history create a diverse and exhilarating destination to explore.

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FUN THINGS TO DO IN
ALICE SPRINGS

SHOPPING

Getting the real feel of shopping in Alice Springs is easy because most shops are located in the town’s Central Business District (CBD). The most famous are The Yeperenye Shopping Centre, Alice Plaza, and Todd Mall. The best thing about shopping in Alice Springs is that everything is within easy walking distance consequently you won’t get lost shopping in town.

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ART GALLERIES

The small but lively Centre of Alice Springs has a big reputation for Aboriginal artwork and one of the oldest living traditions in the world.  You can discover superb dot paintings and watercolors by some of Australia’s most successful and prominent Aboriginal artists, including Barbara Weir, Minnie Pwerle, and Albert Namatjira.

DESERT LANDSCAPE

Adventure awaits in the famous outback town of Alice Springs in Australia’s Northern Territory. Nestled between the East and West MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs is celebrated for its desert landscapes, the characters that have shaped its history and a strong cultural connection with the Arrernte people.

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ADVENTURE

This is where the real fun begins. You can ride a quad bike through the mighty West MacDonnell Ranges, or drive the red tracks in a four-wheel-drive or even travel over sand dunes on the back of a camel.

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