2023 8th International Conference on 
  Advanced Composite Materials and Manufacturing Engineering  
 December 16-17, 2023
 Melbourne, Australia

The detail conference venue information will be available about two weeks before the opening of the conference.

Attractions Overview of Melbourne

Melbourne is regarded by many as Australia’s cultural heart and is one of Australia's most popular destinations for a honeymoon or romantic getaway. Be entertained by a multicultural treasure trove of surprises along Melbourne’s leafy Victorian-era boulevards, cafe-filled laneways reminiscent of Europe and in personality-filled suburban nei***ourhoods. Founded in 1835, Australia’s second city considers itself the sporting and cultural capital of Australia: visit the Melbourne International Arts Festival in October to see and hear a diverse showcase of theatre, dance, visual arts, opera and music events.

Sip an espresso pick-me-up at one of sidewalk cafes in Melbourne’s cobble-stoned Federation Square while critiquing the unique architecture or discover the city’s staggering choice of restaurants, bars, clubs, trendy boutiques and unbeatable art galleries – all easily reached on foot or by tram. Admire Australia’s finest collection of international art including paintings by El Greco, Manet and Rembrandt at the National Gallery of Victoria or browse for the latest fashions along the ‘Golden Mile’ on Collins Street in Australia’s shopping capital. After you’ve finished taking in the art of Melbourne, head to the Royal Botanical Gardens. This hub in Melbourne is one of the most beautiful conservatories in the city, and shouldn’t be missed while enjoying the beautiful Australian summer. After enjoying the outdoors, check out the Melbourne Museum, one of the most infamous history museums in the country.

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As one of the most bustling cities in the world, Melbourne has many astounding attractions to choose from. Most of the city’s more well-known attractions are within walking distance of one another (thank goodness). Start out in Federation Square, home to Melbourne’s many infamous museums. Among the many is the Australian Centre for the Moving Image and the National Gallery of Victoria, which has an astounding collection of art from around the world. If you get a little winded walking between sights, take a ride on the City Circle Tram, which goes all around Downtown Melbourne and is completely free. If you’re a fan of performing arts, don’t miss The Arts Centre which houses Melbourne’s Theatre Company. On Sundays, the Arts Centre Sunday Market lines the entire walkway down to the river’s edge, and sells local Australian arts and crafts. This local showcase of Australian talent is a great place to pick up souvenirs to remind you of your adventures in Melbourne.