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Sep 7th, 2019, 02:53 AM
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Day 8 is too packed and spread over a very wide area . Not sure how you can fit it all in . Will your apartment let you store your luggage there ?
Cooper shot tower is just a walk past - it's actually in the shopping centre at Melbourne Central. . What do you want to at the library ? It is a beautiful building with lots of exhibits you might be interested also there is a free guide tour - worth doing .

Flinders street and hosier lane - I assume you are doing the street Art/graffiti tour.
You can then catch the tram to the Shrine or walk to the shrine and on the way visit Southbank - lots of walking .
Queen Vic market is not open Wednesdays in the day - that night is the last hawker market for the season starts at 5pm. The market is open Tuesday till 2 if you want to change to another day .
The Blender street is a studio or are you are doing a tour with them. It might be the same art you saw on the first day.
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Sep 8th, 2019, 03:29 AM
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Hi, thank for the tip, no idea Vic Market only open for such short period of time and close on Wednesday ( open night only )
There is so much to do in Melbourne city alone, and I only have not even 3 days to do that!
I even have to skip St Kilda part to really enjoy ourselves in the town
Basically I do not even want to rush thing and want to really enjoy Melbourne city casually in the final few days of our trips .
Any idea how should I plan them, like how many places I should allocate per day?
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Sep 10th, 2019, 02:31 AM
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If you want to check hours/days for Vic Market, here is the link. They also do guided walking tours. There is a large food only section and a bigger area across the road with some fruit and veg as well as everything else (clothes, souvenirs etc).

https://qvm.com.au/

If it was me, I would decide which things were 'must sees' and do them first. Anything else you manage is a bonus.

Check where things are on a map and group them together to save walking. The Queen Vic Market, Melbourne Central with the Shot Tower and the State Library are all fairly close together. Flinders St is a bit of a walk from there and it's a lot further to walk to the Shrine. You could get a tram but it is a nice walk through the Botanic Gardens to the Shrine, if you have time. Melbourne is well known for coffee, cafes and restaurants so try and leave time to enjoy them. Couple of things (I hesitate to add to your list) you might enjoy if you are in that area - Brunetti's, Hopetoun Tearooms, Block Arcade, Degraves St, Emporium Melbourne.

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