Commonwealth Law Conference 2017
20-24 March, 2017 | 
Melbourne, Australia
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Top 5 Things to do in Melbourne
20- 24 March 2017
Spirit of the City Evening Cruise with 4-Course Dinner
Nothing can make your Melbourne evenings as memorable as the Spirit of the City Evening Cruise, cruise along the Yarra River and enjoy dinner aboard. Admire the beauty of the cityscape illuminated under the evening sky, as you cruise down the river. With a stunning background of colours and lights, enjoy fashionable fusion of international dishes and fine Australian wines when you indulge in the extensive 4-course dinner.
 Eureka Skydeck 88
Nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe inspiring views from the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere at Eureka Skydeck 88.
This is one of Melbourne's must see attractions. Two dedicated lifts propels visitors to level 88 within 44 seconds. Only Skydeck 88 can take you to the edge, a switchable glass cube which slides out from the building with you inside! step outside on the terrace and feel the wind blowing through your hair as you stand 975 feet above the ground. Look through binoculars for up-close views of the city and watch the edge in action as it slides out of the building.
Philip Island & Penguin Parade Day Tour
Experience the magic of little penguins returning home at sunset to one of the largest penguin colonies in Australia. Watch the penguins emerge from the waves then waddle across the sands to the safety of their burrows.
Yarra Valley Ballooning & Culinary Experience
One of the best things to do in the Yarra Valley, a hot-air balloon flight over the Valley is a bird's eye view into the world famous wine region. The Yarra Valley is home to the breathtaking views, flowing hills, valleys, and large open spaces that come to life with the sunrise  and early morning.
Your experience will be followed by a delicious champagne breakfast at the Yarra Valley Lodge, the perfect end to a serene morning.
Healsville Sanctuary
Healsville Sanctuary is a bushland haven for Australia's native wildlife. Get an up-close look at threatened, endangered and unusual species from bilbies to platypuses, and learn about the sanctuary's efforts to rescue and rehabilitate the fascinating creatures of the Land Down Under. 
Head to the walk-through aviary at the Land of Parrots to hand-feed bright lorikeets and watch zebra finches flit through the ferns. Listen to the dingoes howl as they roam their rocky habitat, and at the Cool Conservatory exhibit, get a rare look at the endangered species like the diminutive mountain pygmy possum and the black and yellow Southern Corroboree Frog. Step into the Nocturnal House for a look at the continent's critters, from bilbies and bandicoots to burrowing wombats.

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