Join us as we make our way to Belgrave for hours of fun at the Glen Harrow Park. Zip between the trees at frightening speeds on 100m flying foxes while cargo nets, rope bridges and wooden obstacles offer physical challenges high above ground. There’s even an airborne skateboard! During your Treetop adventure, the courses become increasingly difficult as you climb higher into the canopy, which means that you can find the right level to suit you!
With the excitement of the new RMIT and Essendon Football Club partnership it's time to use the Red Backs spirit to support the RED and BLACK!
Get your ticket to cheer on the Bombers with your RMIT mates.
If you’re new to Melbourne this trip is a great way to meet other students for a fun weekend of different activities. This 2 day tour combines all the best the Great Ocean Road and Grampians have to offer and much more.
The Abbotsford Convent is a unique artistic haven that features a range of creative facilities, as well as shops and cafes with a focus on community. Featuring 11 historic buildings, the Abbotsford Convent boasts beautiful and lush gardens, fine coffee and galleries.
Melbourne is known the cultural hub of Australia, but surrounding suburbs have just as much to offer as the city’s centre. Brunswick has been known for its bohemian lifestyle and free speech ideals since the 1930’s. Brunswick’s warehouse chic lifestyle and multicultural populous is now in vogue and yields a thriving coffee culture, a boisterous night life and hip restaurants.
Melbourne is often referred to as the coffee culture hub of Australia. Melbourne has beaten Rome, Vienna and Sydney in being judged to have the best coffee in the world. But you don't have to be in the city centre. Just a stones throw from RMIT, Carlton is buzzing with Food and coffee enthusiasts and cafe culture.
One of the things that makes Melbourne so rich in culture is Chinatown, with it's history dating back to the gold rush days of the 1850s. Chinatown Melbourne is the longest continuous Chinese settlement in the western world.
The main focus of Chinatown is along Little Bourke Street with many alleys that link the area to Bourke Street and Lonsdale Street.
History and Chocolate combine in a melting pot to give a delicious taste of Melbourne. For the Chocolate lovers out there, this walking tour visit’s Haigh’s Chocolates, Lindt, Koko Black. Enjoy samples and then enjoy morning tea at one of the most stylish cafes in Melbourne.
Fitzroy is often considered the heart of all that’s cool and cutting edge in fashion and culture. Gentrification has primped and preened this suburb into a ghetto goddess, a melting pot of everything that’s hip and sophisticated. You can find everything from innovative fashion, coffee culture, indulgent dining and exhilarating bars.
Whether you’re stepping onto the ice the first time or you’re an experienced ice hound, there are so many ways for you to enjoy getting into the rink. Get off the sidelines and into the rink at O'Brien Group Arena.
At Melbourne Zoo, you can meet over 300 different species from around the world, only minutes from the city centre! See majestic Asian Elephants, sleek Sumatran Tigers and Orang-utans swinging through the trees. Visit the Gorilla Rainforest, or see koalas and kangaroos in their Australian bush setting.
Depart Melbourne heading to the south east of Victoria to the spectacular Mornington Peninsula heading straight to Arthurs Seat where you will have morning tea to take in the remarkable views of Mornington Peninsula's beach hamlets and Port Phillip Bay. Finish off the day by soaking in the warmth of the hot springs.