Tourism in the City of Maribyrnong
Five kilometres from the CBD, the City of Maribyrnong is an eclectic and exciting pocket of Inner Melbourne.
Our City is made up of the suburbs of Braybrook, Footscray, Kingsville, Maidstone, Maribyrnong, Seddon, Tottenham, West Footscray, and Yarraville.
It’s an ever-changing collection of neighbourhoods that feature a fascinating mix of international cultures offering plenty of cheap and tasty food, a lively arts and festivals presence and an exciting bar and cafe scene.
Things to do
City of Maribyrnong residents and visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to festivals and events. Our diverse cultural communities come together to showcase and celebrate art, craft, food and performances from their unique cultures each year.
Council’s Festival City Program promotes and cultivates the City of Maribyrnong as a vibrant, cosmopolitan City.
View the calendar of upcoming Festivals and Activations happening in our City here.
Places to Visit
Our History and Heritage
Step back in time and discover places of historical and cultural significance within the City of Maribyrnong.
Take a walking tour and discover some of Maribyrnong's best kept historic secrets.
Parks and Trails
The City of Maribyrnong offers rolling parklands, formal gardens and meandering riverside bike paths.
Discover our wonderful parks and gardens including the 15 hectare Footscray Park, one of the largest and most intact examples of an Edwardian garden in Australia, or take your family and visit one of our modern and contemporary playgrounds.
Sport and Leisure
From walking circuits and bocce rinks, to our premier aquatic and fitness centre or a visit to the iconic Whitten Oval, you can find activities and facilities in our city to suit your interests. Read more about sport and leisure within the City of Maribyrnong here.
Arts and Culture
Our City has gained a reputation for its thriving arts scene, artist run initiatives and large community of emerging and innovative artists.
Visit our local arts partners and discover the contemporary arts practices and unique spaces that make up our distinctive arts scene.
Local Villages and Shopping
Tucked away in each of our unique suburbs exists local business precincts to explore and attractions distinctive to the area.
- Central Footscray
- West Footscray
- Yarraville Village
Highpoint Shopping Centre
Delivering a world class shopping destination, Highpoint features over 500 stores including Australian and international designer fashion, homewares and lifestyle brands.
With a proud history of bringing many retailers and brands to Melbourne’s West, Highpoint is home to the region’s first David Jones department store which joins Myer, Target, and Big W plus international fashion brands Topshop and Zara.