Author: 
Daronet
Date: 
Thursday, 23rd Dec - Sunday, 23rd Jan

Are you a group of artistic and cultural travelers who want more than just a party in a new city. Are you someone who wants to see more than just the big tourist attractions? Well, if your group is heading to Australia, group accommodation Melbourne is the first step in your journey to a culturally rich and art enriched city. Melbourne is a veritable treasure chest for art connoisseurs as the city houses over a hundred art galleries and institutions, having the largest concentration of commercial galleries in the globe. Some of the highlights include the first public gallery established exclusively for Australian art, the Ian Potter Centre, the phenomenal collection at the National Gallery of Victoria International and the sculptures on display at the Linden Arts Centre. The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, RMIT Gallery and Bundoora Homestead Art Gallery are also enticing in addition to Melbourne's Valley of the Arts and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image while shutterbugs are bound to enjoy the Monash Gallery of Art and the Centre for Contemporary Photography. Indigenous art lovers should drop by Melbourne Museum's Bunjilaka Aboriginal Centre or many of the aboriginal art galleries in the city including the Koori Heritage Trust, Narana Creations and the Burrinja Gallery. Those with an interest for aboriginal culture should not miss the chance to take part in the Aboriginal Heritage Walk where the customs and traditions of the Indigenous community are explored in detail. So if this sounds like the type of city for you and your friends, look into group accommodation Melbourne for a comfortable and affordable stay in this wonderful Australian city.