Explore Melbourne from Jasper Hotel

Jasper Hotel is located in the Melbourne CBD, near Etihad Stadium, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne University and more. Superbly positioned on Elizabeth Street in the Melbourne Free Tram Zone, Jasper Hotel has all of the city's transport, shopping, sporting and cultural facilities on its doorstep. The hotel is also near important landmarks including Royal Children’s and the Women’s hospitals, RMIT Melbourne and the Melbourne City Baths.

Below, you will find the most popular nearby attractions and things to do.

Attractions

  • The Jasper Guides To Melbourne

    Jasper Guide to Melbourne

    Need a little help exploring your way around Melbourne, the Jasper Hotel has you covered with a full list of guides on Melbourne's hottest bars, newest restaurants and best coffee spots

    Jasper Guide - Melbourne Bars

    Jasper Guide - Melbourne Restaurants

    Jasper Guide - Melbourne Coffee & Breakfast Spots

    Jasper Guide - Queen Victoria Market

    Jasper Guide - The Inner North

    Need a little help exploring your way around Melbourne, the Jasper Hotel has you covered with a full list of guides on Melbourne's hottest bars, newest restaurants and best coffee spots

    Jasper Guide - Melbourne Bars

    Jasper Guide - Melbourne Restaurants

    Jasper Guide - Melbourne Coffee & Breakfast Spots

    Jasper Guide - Queen Victoria Market

    Jasper Guide - The Inner North

  • Queen Victoria Night Market

    Queen Victoria Night Market, Great Food and Wine Melbourne, To DO MElbouren on a Wednesday, Jasper Hotel

    Melbourne’s original Night Market returns to Queen Victoria Market from November 4.

    The festival style atmosphere will heat up hump days when the Summer Night Market brings over 150 stalls of global street food, vintage fashion, eclectic wares by some of Melbourne’s craftiest artisans, cocktails, a beer garden and live music to its 18th season.

    Eat and drink your way around the world one dish at a time with more than 50 street food vendors from every corner of the globe. Start with Vietnamese from Nem n Nem, traverse your way to Italy with pizza from 400 Gradi and head to the heat in a new BBQ pit with Burn City Smokers and Blue Bonnet.

    Summer means cocktail bars to cool you off with Pimms on the drinks list, while live music and roving performers will keep you entertained. Or head to the Little Creatures Beer Garden which is serving up a host of signature brews.

    www.qvm.com.au/event/wednesday-night-market

    Melbourne’s original Night Market returns to Queen Victoria Market from November 4.

    The festival style atmosphere will heat up hump days when the Summer Night Market brings over 150 stalls of global street food, vintage fashion, eclectic wares by some of Melbourne’s craftiest artisans, cocktails, a beer garden and live music to its 18th season.

    Eat and drink your way around the world one dish at a time with more than 50 street food vendors from every corner of the globe. Start with Vietnamese from Nem n Nem, traverse your way to Italy with pizza from 400 Gradi and head to the heat in a new BBQ pit with Burn City Smokers and Blue Bonnet.

    Summer means cocktail bars to cool you off with Pimms on the drinks list, while live music and roving performers will keep you entertained. Or head to the Little Creatures Beer Garden which is serving up a host of signature brews.

    www.qvm.com.au/event/wednesday-night-market

  • Queen Victoria Market

    Queen Victoria Market, Victoira, Fruit and Vegetable, Meat

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

    Taste the Atmosphere

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

    There’s no place like our Market. It’s an experience that engages all the senses.

    - See more at: http://www.qvm.com.au/#sthash.YZ4dwBjl.dpuf

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

    Taste the Atmosphere

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

    There’s no place like our Market. It’s an experience that engages all the senses.

    - See more at: http://www.qvm.com.au/#sthash.YZ4dwBjl.dpuf

    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • ACMI

    Australian Centre for the Moving Image

    Visit any theatre buff’s paradise at Melbourne’s ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image). ACMI offers film viewings, exhibitions displaying the history of films and the latest screen-based art, talks, live events, creative workshops and a number of research facilities.

    Visit any theatre buff’s paradise at Melbourne’s ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image). ACMI offers film viewings, exhibitions displaying the history of films and the latest screen-based art, talks, live events, creative workshops and a number of research facilities.

  • Royal Botanic Gardens

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    Escape and relax at the Royal Botanic Gardens with its beautiful display of Australian wildlife and nature. At the Royal Botanic Gardens, you can visit the Guilfoyle’s Volcano Collection and the Children’s Garden or even take a class.

    Escape and relax at the Royal Botanic Gardens with its beautiful display of Australian wildlife and nature. At the Royal Botanic Gardens, you can visit the Guilfoyle’s Volcano Collection and the Children’s Garden or even take a class.

  • Melbourne Zoo

    Melbourne Zoo

    Tempt your way into the Australian outback and see animals from all across the world at the Melbourne Zoo. The zoo exhibits everything from tigers to kangaroos. Melbourne Zoo is open every day of the year from 9:00am to 5pm.

    Tempt your way into the Australian outback and see animals from all across the world at the Melbourne Zoo. The zoo exhibits everything from tigers to kangaroos. Melbourne Zoo is open every day of the year from 9:00am to 5pm.

  • National Gallery of Victoria

    National Gallery of Victoria

    The NGV or National Gallery of Victoria is one of the country’s biggest galleries and exhibits everything from modern to ancient art. The NGV is open to all members of the public hosting tours, demonstrations, classes, and workshops. The NGV is open 10am to 5pm every day of the week except Tuesday.

    The NGV or National Gallery of Victoria is one of the country’s biggest galleries and exhibits everything from modern to ancient art. The NGV is open to all members of the public hosting tours, demonstrations, classes, and workshops. The NGV is open 10am to 5pm every day of the week except Tuesday.

  • Melbourne Aquarium

    Melbourne Aquarium

    No trip to the Melbourne is complete without visiting Melbourne Aquarium. Situated on the riverside, just opposite the Crown Casino, Melbourne Aquarium is home to thousands of animals, including sharks, turtles, stingrays, sawfish, tropical fish and much, much more.

    As one of Victoria's leading family and tourist attractions, Melbourne Aquarium offers entertainment for young and old alike. Walk underwater through the glass viewing tunnels and see Australia's marine life like never before! Come within inches of huge sharks, rays and turtles and see some of the remarkable marine and freshwater animals that Australia is famous for.

    No trip to the Melbourne is complete without visiting Melbourne Aquarium. Situated on the riverside, just opposite the Crown Casino, Melbourne Aquarium is home to thousands of animals, including sharks, turtles, stingrays, sawfish, tropical fish and much, much more.

    As one of Victoria's leading family and tourist attractions, Melbourne Aquarium offers entertainment for young and old alike. Walk underwater through the glass viewing tunnels and see Australia's marine life like never before! Come within inches of huge sharks, rays and turtles and see some of the remarkable marine and freshwater animals that Australia is famous for.

  • Melbourne Cricket Ground M.C.G

    Melbourne Cricket Ground, MCG, Sporting Arena Melbourne

    The ground was built way back in 1853 when the then 15-year-old Melbourne Cricket Club was forced by the government to move from its former site because the route of Australia’s first steam train was to pass through the oval.

    Since then the MCG has established a marvellous history that compares favourably with any other in the world, hosting plenty of international cricket including the first-ever Test and the 1992 World Cup final, countless VFL/AFL Grand Finals, and the 1956 Olympic Games.

    Other sporting spectacles that have been held there are Australian World Cup soccer qualifiers, rugby league home and away matches and State of Origin, international rugby union clashes and the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

    Apart from its sporting events, the MCG has also witnessed many blockbuster music concerts, and even Pope John Paul II held a mass there when he visited Melbourne in 1986.

    People from all over Australia, and indeed all over the world, speak reverently about the MCG, a ground that is as well known as any other

    The ground was built way back in 1853 when the then 15-year-old Melbourne Cricket Club was forced by the government to move from its former site because the route of Australia’s first steam train was to pass through the oval.

    Since then the MCG has established a marvellous history that compares favourably with any other in the world, hosting plenty of international cricket including the first-ever Test and the 1992 World Cup final, countless VFL/AFL Grand Finals, and the 1956 Olympic Games.

    Other sporting spectacles that have been held there are Australian World Cup soccer qualifiers, rugby league home and away matches and State of Origin, international rugby union clashes and the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

    Apart from its sporting events, the MCG has also witnessed many blockbuster music concerts, and even Pope John Paul II held a mass there when he visited Melbourne in 1986.

    People from all over Australia, and indeed all over the world, speak reverently about the MCG, a ground that is as well known as any other

  • Victorian Arts Centre

    Victorian Arts Centre

    The Victorian Arts Centre is Melbourne’s cultural hub where artists, comedians, dancers and musicians come together to put on live performances and display artwork. If you fancy yourself a connoisseur of fine or contemporary art, then you won’t be disappointed at the Victoria Arts Centre. Visit the website to a book a ticket.

    The Victorian Arts Centre is Melbourne’s cultural hub where artists, comedians, dancers and musicians come together to put on live performances and display artwork. If you fancy yourself a connoisseur of fine or contemporary art, then you won’t be disappointed at the Victoria Arts Centre. Visit the website to a book a ticket.

  • Eureka Skydeck

    eureka towers

    Situated in the heart of Southbank in the iconic Eureka Tower, the Skydeck stands at a staggering 297 metres above the streets of Melbourne. Both locals and visitors regard the Skydeck as one of the best things to do in Melbourne.

    As the highest public observation deck in the Southern Hemisphere, we offer unparalleled views over Melbourne. Visitors are invited to come and explore the urban sprawl, humming neighbourhoods and landmarks by day; and dazzling city lights at night.  Melbourne’s notoriously unpredictable weather provides an ever-changing lens through which to enjoy the spanning panorama of the city- no two days are the same from the Skydeck.

    Situated in the heart of Southbank in the iconic Eureka Tower, the Skydeck stands at a staggering 297 metres above the streets of Melbourne. Both locals and visitors regard the Skydeck as one of the best things to do in Melbourne.

    As the highest public observation deck in the Southern Hemisphere, we offer unparalleled views over Melbourne. Visitors are invited to come and explore the urban sprawl, humming neighbourhoods and landmarks by day; and dazzling city lights at night.  Melbourne’s notoriously unpredictable weather provides an ever-changing lens through which to enjoy the spanning panorama of the city- no two days are the same from the Skydeck.

  • Royal Exhibition Building

    Royal Exhibition Building

    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 Heritage listing.

    Located in Carlton Gardens, the pavilion was originally completed in 1880 for the first of two international fairs hosted by Melbourne. On May 1st, 1901, the initial Commonwealth Parliament was held here, an event commemorated in 2001, the centenary of Australian Federation.

    Today, with its meticulously restored interior, expansive galleries and soaring dome, the Great Hall offers an impressive setting for trade shows, fairs and cultural and community events.

    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 Heritage listing.

    Located in Carlton Gardens, the pavilion was originally completed in 1880 for the first of two international fairs hosted by Melbourne. On May 1st, 1901, the initial Commonwealth Parliament was held here, an event commemorated in 2001, the centenary of Australian Federation.

    Today, with its meticulously restored interior, expansive galleries and soaring dome, the Great Hall offers an impressive setting for trade shows, fairs and cultural and community events.

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Jasper Hotel
489 Elizabeth St, Melbourne VIC 3000

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