City Guide

Eureka Tower

Eureka Tower is a 297.3-metre skyscraper located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Construction began in August 2002 and the exterior completed on 1 June 2006.

Melbourne Aquarium

Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium in central Melbourne, Australia. It is located on the banks of the Yarra River beside and under the Flinders Street Viaduct and the King Street Bridge.

Rod Laver Arena

In terms of sport, tennis brought worldwide recognition for the venue. The Australian Open, one of only four annual Grand Slam Tournaments, has been held every year at Melbourne Park (Road Laver Arena) since 1988. In total, over one million people visit Rod Laver Arena each year to view the Australian Open, and attend functions and concerts. The facilities are maintained at world class standards, giving Australian and overseas visitors exciting entertainment options in a safe and comfortable environment.

Melbourne Cricket Ground

For the true Melbourne sporting experience, head to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) to watch an Australian Football League (AFL) game. Experience the excitement of one of Melbourne's favourite sports – even an ordinary match can attract a large crowd of vocal, yet peaceful, supporters. Cricket in the summer also attracts capacity crowds.

The Great Ocean Road

Experience one of the world's most breathtaking coastal drives. The journey along the Great Ocean Road features huge cliffs, raging surf, tranquil bays, lush rainforests, towering rock stacks and fascinating wildlife. Discover the dramatic rock sculptures of the Twelve Apostles, beautiful waterfalls and a spectacular treetop walk through the Otways rainforests.

Werribee Range Zoo

Located only 30 minutes away from Melbourne, Werribee Open Range Zoo is full of amazing animals living in a wide, open savannah. Discover grazing rhinos, giraffes and zebras, see cheeky monkeys and cheetahs at play and get close to a pride of lions.

Yarra Valley

Just under an hour's drive from Melbourne, the Yarra Valley is famous for its homegrown wine, fresh food and breathtaking scenery. The birthplace of Victorian winegrowing is now home to over 55 wineries, most of which offer cellar-door tastings and sales. Many are as serious about food as they are about their harvest, matching the wine they make with local produce in restaurants located in beautiful vineyards.

The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia

At Federation Square is the home of Australian art, with superb collections of Australian indigenous and non-indigenous art from the colonial period to the present day.

Melbourne Museum

A broad-based State museum with a national and international focus, Melbourne Museum's exhibitions and events cover the natural and physical sciences as well as social history and cultures.

National Gallery of Victoria

Since the NGV opened in St Kilda Road in 1968, its collection has doubled in size to more than 70,000 works of art. A truly iconic Melbourne building, the gallery has been totally redesigned to house one of the most impressive collections in the Southern Hemisphere.

Langham Bikes

Hire one of The Langham's signature pink bicycles to explore the Yarra Boulevard and surrounding gardens.

Cost: The bicycles can be hired for up to four hours at $15 per bike
Times: Available daily between 9.00am – 1.00pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm.
Book: Bicycles can be hired through the hotel's concierge service.

Love The Yarra Picnic

One of the best ways to experience the sights and sounds of Melbourne is to settle on the banks of the Yarra River, and indulge in a picnic basket of the freshest local and seasonal produce.

Tiffin Picnic

A reflection of the hotel’s signature Tiffin experience.
Delight in nostalgic Tiffin served on a traditional three-tiered silver stand. Served with your choice of tea-English Breakfast , Earl Grey , Organic peppermint and Green tea.

Cost: $75 per person (Includes Tiffin Picnic, Orange juice, mineral water 500ml, Picnic basket, rug).A Picnic Service Stylist is available at $75 per hr, to set up and serve your picnic.
Book: Available from 11am to 6pm. 24 hours notice is required. Book through In Room Dining.


Gourmet Picnic

A delectable selection of premium Victorian and Australian produce and fine foods.

Cost: $95 per person (Includes Gourmet Picnic, Orange juice, mineral water 500ml, Picnic basket and rug). A Picnic Service Stylist is available at $75 per hour to set up and serve your picnic
Book: Available from 11am to 6pm. 24 hours notice is required. Book through In Room Dining.

Arts Centre Melbourne Tour

The Melbourne Arts Precinct emanating from Southbank beside the Yarra – includes The Arts Centre and newly refurbished Hamer Hall, the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne Theatre company. Hotel guests are invited to join a tour of the new Hamer Hall.

Cost: Complimentary – simply present your Langham Room Key for a complimentary place on the Tour (Retail value $15 per person)
Times: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 11am-12pm. (No tours on Good Friday and Christmas Day)
Book: call Arts Centre Concierge on 9281 8298 from 9am-11pm daily.
Or visit here
Meet: Theatres Building Concierge Desk, Arts Centre Melbourne.

* For further information call Arts Centre Concierge on 9281 8298 from 9am-11pm daily or visit here.

Symphony Platter In Aria

Created in celebration of The Langham, Melbourne's partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne. Ideal as a pre or post-performance dining option, the Symphony Platter features a selection of Melba's signatures dishes.

Cost: $55 for two
Time: The Symphony Platter is available from 10am until late.
Book: Through ARIA Bar & Lounge.

**All Love The Yarra Add-ons are subject to availability and need to be confirmed with our hotel concierge service.