Jasper Hotel is located in the Melbourne Free Tram Zone, near attractions like Melbourne University, Federation Square, Flagstaff Gardens, Etihad Stadium and the Melbourne City Baths (offering Jasper guests free access). The hotel is also a popular choice for visitors exploring Melbourne's best markets.
Below, you will find the most popular nearby attractions and things to do in Melbourne.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Exhibiting everything from modern to ancient art, the NGV or National Gallery of Victoria is one of the country’s biggest galleries. Additionally, the NGV is open to all members of the public hosting tours, demonstrations, classes and workshops. The NGV is open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day of the week except Tuesday.
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.
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. That happened because the route of Australia’s first steam train was to pass through the oval.
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.
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.
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.
Melbourne Museum is a natural and cultural history museum located in the Carlton Gardens in Melbourne, Australia. Located adjacent to the Royal Exhibition Building, it is the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere.