- Latrobe University
- Northern Metropolitan TAFE
- Mercy Hospital
- Austin Hospital
- Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital
- Warringal Hospital
- Darebin International Sports Centre
The Darebin International Sports CentreThe Darebin International Sports Centre (DISC) is located at John Cain Memorial Park in Darebin Road, Thornbury and within easy reach of the Motel. It is home of the State Lawn Bowls Centre, State Cycling Centre and State Football Centre.
Darebin Arts and Entertainment CentreThe Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre is a purpose built theatre, conference and exhibition Centre, catering for music lovers, comedy fans, dance buffs, drama devotees and concert fanatics. It features a spacious entrance foyer, paved courtyard and extensive gardens.
Bundoora ParkBundoora Park is Melbourne’s most diverse park and provides a wealth of activities for the whole family including Cooper’s Settlement, which features a heritage village, wildlife reserve, children’s farm and more. There is a visitor’s centre and café, golf course and plenty of picnic and playground areas.
Northland Shopping CentreNorthland Shopping Centre boasts a strong mix of retail outlets all on one level, making it the premier shopping destination in the north. The most recent development include a fully integrated lifestyle, leisure and entertainment precinct, offering indoor/outdoor cafes, restaurants and leisure retailers for a fantastic shopping experience.
There are plenty of attractions and things to do whilst in Melbourne. Here are a few of the top places we recommend you visit during your stay at the Bell Motor Inn:-
Melbourne ZooAn internationally acclaimed zoo that takes great pride in recreating the natural habitats of its precious animals.
Rialto Towers Observation DeckOffers spectacular views from the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere.
Eureka Skydeck 88Created to reach for the sky, nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe inspiring view of Melbourne from the Southern Hemisphere's highest viewing platform.
Melbourne Concert HallThe venue for a wide variety of performances including gala events and symphonic concerts.
Shrine of Remembrance The Shrine of Remembrance Commemorates those persons who served for Australia in the war.
Crown Entertainment Complex There is always something happening at Crown from live entertainment to themed displays and riverside festivals. Crown truly is “A World of Entertainment.”
Docklands Stadium/Etihad StadiumMelbourne’s newest sports and entertainment stadium, located on the edge of the 200-hectare Melbourne Docklands site being progressively developed over the next 10-15 years
Federation Square Federation Square is Melbourne's most prominent meeting place and a unique cultural precinct. Federation Square brings together a creative mix of attractions, museums and galleries, and the finest of dining with its many restaurants, cafes and bars.
Melbourne Aquarium Located on the banks of the Yarra River, Melbourne Aquarium takes you on a journey deep into subspace where visitors come face-to-face with some of the world’s most amazing sea creatures, both large and small!
Royal Exhibition BuildingThe Royal Exhibition Building is located on the south side of the new Melbourne Museum Complex, it is one of the world’s oldest and largest exhibition pavilions, symbolising the great 19th century international exhibition movement.
Royal Botanic Gardens One of Victoria’s most popular attractions, featuring sweeping vistas, rolling lawns, elegant lakes and pleasant picnic areas. Guided and self-guided audio tours are available.
Yarra and Flinders Park 56 hectares of parkland, home to Melbourne and Olympic Parks, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and the National Tennis Centre, venue for the Australian Open.
Kings Domain 31 hectares of parkland, featuring the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden, La Trobe’s Cottage and a number of statues and sculptures.
Fitzroy and Treasury Gardens Home to Captain Cook’s Cottage, J.F. Kennedy memorial, the Conservatory with its floral displays, a model Tudor Village and a dolphin fountain.
National Gallery of Victoria The focal point of an exciting variety of international blockbuster art exhibitions. It also hosts a rich Australian collection.
Museum of Victoria Features Aboriginal exhibits, dinosaurs, the Melbourne Planetarium, the Children’s Museum and touring exhibitions.
Immigration Museum Discover stories about the dreams, aspirations, achievements and disappointments of people from all over the world who have re-settled in Victoria from the early 1800’s to the present day.
Old Melbourne Gaol Victoria’s oldest surviving penal establishment depicting prison life in the 19th Century. Displays include the death masks and memorabilia of some of Melbourne’s most notorious criminals.
Rippon Lea House Museum and Historic Garden The last of Australia’s great privately owned 19th century suburban estates.
COMO Historic House and Garden Explore the life and social history of the Armytage family as it was in the 1920/30’s.
Victorian Arts CentreThe focal point of Melbourne’s social and cultural scene. Features include performances of music, drama, ballet and opera.
Queen Victoria Market The largest outdoor market in the world with over 1000 traders on display. Items include food, fashion, plants, crafts, souvenirs and fresh produce.