The Royal Exhibition Building is the world’s last surviving Great Hall and is the first building in Australia to achieve a World Heritage Listing. Constructed in 1880 for Melbourne’s first international exhibition, the building continues to be used for this purpose with numerous trade fairs and public expos held annually.
Tours of the grand building are held regularly, allowing visitors to admire the authentic interior, expansive galleries, soaring dome and decorative paintwork. The surrounding beauty of the Carlton Gardens only adds to the experience and presents a perfect photo opportunity, both candid and for that special occasion.
A true landmark of Melbourne, the Royal Exhibition Building is a must-see destination for travellers to Melbourne.