Federation Square Melbourne

Federation Square

Federation Square Melbourne - VIC Landmarks

Landmark: Federation Square
Address: St Kilda Road, Melbourne, 3000, VIC

Federation Square was opened in 2002 and is now the one of the most visited attractions in Melbourne luring more than 9 million visitors in 2011 alone. This modern focal point is home to world-class events, tourism and cultural attractions, specialty shops, bars and restaurants. Federation Square features The Atrium, a meeting place for artists, designers and community groups where exhibitions, festivals, book markets, wine showcases and public art installations are a focal point for Melbournians who are well known for embracing their flourishing arts culture. Major attractions include The Federation story, The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, NGV Kids Corner, NGV Studio, Kirra Galleries and No Vacancy Project Space.

Foodies will not be disappointed in gourmet heaven with a sensational selection of world-class eateries. Melbourne locals enjoy seriously good food and Fed Square comes to the party serving up culinary delights in keeping with Melbourne's unsurpassed reputation when it comes to top nosh.

Federation Square itself is open 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year however shops, cafes and restaurant hours vary. Entry is free with ticketed event prices available on their calendar of events. Federation Square is easily spotted, across the road from Flinders Street Station on the corner of Swanston and Flinders Street in the heart of the Melbourne CBD.

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