Discover & Explore Must See Places Near Seasons Heritage Melbourne
Flanked by lush, green public spaces, Seasons Botanic Gardens is a modern hotel located on leafy St Kilda Road. Whether you want to dive headfirst into Melbourne’s vibrant cultural calendar, or relax and unwind, Seasons offers visitors the best of both worlds. From this convenient location at the city’s edge, guests can breathe in the calm of the adjacent Royal Botanic Gardens or enjoy easy access to the bustling city centre.
Nearby Melbourne Attractions
Melbourne is often described as the world’s most liveable city. Locals will tell you that the city is just as loveable as it is liveable. Seasons Botanic Gardens is perfectly located to give you easy access to some of the city’s most celebrated events and attractions, including:
Home to major cultural attractions, events, tourist experiences and wide range of restaurants, bars and specialty stores.
Albert Park and Albert Park Lane are situated behind Seasons Heritage Melbourne, 3km south of the Melbourne CBD. It is popular for a range of activities, sporting facilities (Grand Prix), playgrounds, restaurants and a five kilometres stretch of walking and running track.
Prahran & South Yarra Precinct
One of Melbourne’s most iconic precincts for dining, shopping and fun - discover the best places to eat, shop and drink on Chapel Street.
Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre
Located just minutes from Melbourne’s CBD, Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre offers world class facilities such as indoor and outdoor competition pool, indoor lap pool, gymnasium for the community to train, compete and recover in.
St Kilda & South Melbourne Precinct
Conveniently located between the city and the bay, St Kilda and South Melbourne are easy to visit and explore. Close to beaches, parklands and lakes, these precincts are perfect for families and outdoor lovers.
Queen Victoria Market
Make sure to visit Melbourne’s iconic market – Queen Victoria Market and discover a wide variety of fresh produce, hand-made products, souvenirs and clothing, coffee and food.
It is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere and home to over 600 small businesses.