Aged Care services can be found in Melbourne’s CBD, in the very heart of Melbourne
Public transport options are the most frequent and reliable in the city, and are often a more practical option than driving and looking for parking (although some apartment accommodation has designated car parks for residents).
You can take your pick from trams, trains and buses every day to get around, with everything so central you never have to go far to get what you need. In recent years the Melbourne centre has grown to include more amenities, such as major supermarket chains making it a more practical place to live. Although most of the city lacks the community feel of the suburbs, other areas such as North Melbourne and Fitzroy feel more residential whilst still providing the CBD lifestyle. It’s an exciting place to live with world class shopping, restaurants, pubs and bars right on your doorstep. The city also has parks, such as the Botanic Gardens combining the best of both worlds – natural surroundings in an industrialised area.
The city centre has some of Melbourne’s largest and most popular attractions. From the Eureka Tower (with the world’s only ‘edge’ experience), Crown Casino, The Melbourne Aquarium and the many historical lanes and arcades to enjoy. It’s the place of choice for many Melburnians (and many visitors) to work, play and entertain themselves. All of the international musicals and Broadway shows (plus local theatre productions) show in the Melbourne CBD. Art gallery and museum exhibitions, festivals, night life all within a small bustling, space. The Melbourne city is where the excitement is.