Melbourne (pípè /ˈmɛlbɚn/, tabi [ˈmælbən, -bn̩][3] ni oluilu ati ilu piposijulo ni Ipinle Victoria, ati ilu piposijulo keji ni Australia.[2]


Top: Melbourne city centre,
centre left: Flinders Street Station,
centre right: Shrine of Remembrance,
centre: Federation Square,
bottom left: Melbourne Cricket Ground,
bottom right: Royal Exhibition Building.
Melbourne is located in Australia
Population: 3.9 million (2008 estimate) [1] (2nd)
Density: 1566/km² (4,055.9/sq mi) (2006)[2]
Established: 30 August 1835
Coordinates: 37°48′49″S 144°57′47″E / 37.81361°S 144.96306°E / -37.81361; 144.96306Coordinates: 37°48′49″S 144°57′47″E / 37.81361°S 144.96306°E / -37.81361; 144.96306
Elevation: 31 m (102 ft)
Area: 8806 km² (3,400.0 sq mi)
Time zone:

 • Summer (DST)



LGA: 31 Municipalities across Greater Melbourne
County: Bourke
State District: 54 electoral districts and regions
Federal Division: 23 Divisions
Mean Max Temp Mean Min Temp Annual Rainfall
19.8 °C
68 °F
10.2 °C
50 °F
646.9 mm
25.5 in

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  2. 2.0 2.1 "2006 Census QuickStats: Melbourne (Urban Centre/Locality)". 2006 Australian Census. Australian Bureau of Statistics. 10-25-2007. Archived from the original on 2012-03-25. Retrieved 11-09-2009.  Check date values in: |access-date=, |date= (help)
  3. Due to the 'salary-celery' merger, some locals pronounce the phoneme /ɛ/ as /æ/ before /l/. This is a feature of the English spoken in the state of Victoria.