AAMI Stadium, the major stadium in Wyndard, and is home for Commonwealth Games 2004, and will be home for
2016 Summer Olympics.
Rising Wyndard skyline, including the famous 434 Second Tower and The Gherkin. The vacant land directly south from the city, near the bridge will be developed as a waterfront apartment precinct.
South Cross Station, the busiest bus station in the city, serving over 70 million passengers every year. The Station is located right in the middle of Wyndard City Centre, with a quick walk to Wyndard's tallest tower, the City Hall and many of the inner city metro stations.
Spencer Street Station is a brand new bus terminal, which it was built in 1996 with a metro station next door. Spencer Street Station serves over 35 million passengers every year. The station is located at north-west fringes of the city centre.
South Yarra, with its famous Little Grey Street and obviously, its famous double decker buses. Almost all of the old and historical buildings along Little Grey Street will be demolished and replaced with medium density highrises to relieve the population growth.
Spencer Park, the famous park which it was built in 1896 and it is still a popular hotspot area for meeting up, or local cafes and night lifes surrounding the park.
The north-western parts of the City Centre, and Spencer Street Station is visible in this map (north-west corner). You can see the Government House (which it is located at the top right corner.