WRAP on Southbank
“Weekend away, perfect stay”
My partner and I came to Melbourne from Albury for a weekend away and to watch a footy match at AAMI Park. This place in INCREDIBLE!! The staff are very helpful and informative. The price was excellent for value as well as location. We were on the 36th floor, my goodness me - the view was a big wow!!! Great room facilities. Very modern, and very quiet! The bed was like sleeping on a cloud - so ridiculously comfy.
— Miranda V, TripAdvisor
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MELBOURNE HOTELS SOUTHBANK
Taking inspiration from Melbourne’s landmark Art Centre spire along with Beijing’s Bird Nest Olympic Stadium, the building’s façade features a prominent frame that coils around its exterior, giving it immediate skyline presence but also its eponymous name – WRAP on Southbank.
Reservations: 1300 726 615
Reception: 03 9249 6300
Our Hotel is a stunning edit to a beautiful heritage warehouse, featuring 41 floors of stylish apartments.
On-site leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna, well-equipped gymnasium, and convenient undercover car parking, while corporate travellers will appreciate the business and secretarial services available via reception.
24 Hour Reception
Non Smoking Property
Guests will enjoy supreme self-contained convenience of spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, stunning city and river views and easy access to Southbank and all it has to offer.
New 1 Bedroom apartments set to impress, separated bedroom from living/dining, our impressive 1 bedroom apartments offer space with modern features, designed for the modern traveller, enjoy your own spacious private balcony, full kitchen and laundry facilities in the comfort of your own city apartment.More Information60 sqm wifi kitchen laundry balcony
Need a separate work area away from the living room? Look no further than our 1 Bedroom Executive apartments. Designed for the discerning traveller enjoy the comforts of having a separated study while not leaving your city apartment.More Information60 sqm wifi kitchen laundry study
Our modern and generously spaced 2 Bedroom apartments are ideal for families or for those who like extra space, large living/dining area with spacious private balcony with full kitchen and laundry facilities all contained in one apartment.More Information89 sqm wifi kitchen laundry balcony
Our 2 Bedroom Executive apartments are step above the rest in Southbank with ensuite and separate bathroom area. Ideal for two couples or groups, our 2 bedroom executive apartments offer full kitchen and laundry facilities along with spacious balconies some with sweeping views of the city skyline.More Information89 sqm wifi kitchen laundry city views
Positioned on the Yarra River, Southbank is a melting pot of food, drink, art and stylish retailers.
WRAP on Southbank
Located on City Road, WRAP on Southbank boasts various public transport options within close walking distance, including Flinders Street Train Station. Please note that there is no vehicle set down on City Road, the car park entrance and drop off is at 68-76 Fawkner Street at the rear of the property.
What's Around?WRAP on Southbank is close to Crown Casino and Crown Entertainment Complex, Melbourne Aquarium, the Arts Centre Melbourne, Royal Botanic Gardens, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Federation Square and Southgate Promenade with myriad dining options.
What Would You Like To Do?
A short walk from Melbourne's bustling waterfront and the world-famous MCG, WRAP Southbank is ideally positioned for travellers looking to experience the best that Melbourne has to offer.
- Date: 02 August 2016 - 30 June 2017
- Venue: Birdwood Avenue
1966: The Year That Changed The World
1966 was the year that Australia sent a Task Force to Vietnam, the year the first National Servicemen served in the war and the year of the battle of Long Tan. Australia felt the heat of the Cold War and the throes of a youth revolution, in the year the first baby boomers came of age. Fifty years on, this exhibition tells the story of a year that changed Australia and the world. 1966, the year that changed the world is one of three temporary exhibitions in the Galleries of Remembrance, located in the undercroft beneath the Shrine of Remembrance, Victoria’s largest and most visited war memorial of National Significance. The Galleries feature over 800 objects, photographs, uniforms and works of art illustrating the experiences of Australians at war and in peacekeeping operations, from the 1850's to the present day.
- Date: 05 August 2016 - 10 March 2017
- Venue: 425 Collins Street
After work drinks just got more fun, Ms Collins has added a tempting teaser to her Friday night after work menu, launching Friday 1 April, 2016. Ms Collins knows you like to start your weekend with more money in your pocket. You asked, so she delivered. Now serving up $10 Espresso Martinis, $5 Beer / Wine and Chandon Rose NV. The fun doesn't stop there, she's also getting cheeky with some serious bar treats. Including $5 tempura soft shell crab sliders with prickly ask, Asian slaw, smoked chilli aioli on a brioche bun and $4 Japanese inspired Chicken Kaarage skewers with yuzu mayo and togarashi. New World Kitchen bar and restaurant is headed up by Ms Collins and Chef Hat awarded chef Daniel Wilson (Huxtable). Ms Collins is also changing her tune with an acoustic live band lead by Tony Kopa from 6:00-8:00pm, every Friday. Let your hair down with her newly created after work group packages, for groups with 10-40 guests. Showcasing a banquet of foodie favourites fit for a queen. With menu favourites; Wild mushroom arancini with truffle aioli and crisp pork belly with ssamjang, peanut, sesame & butter lettuce. Plus a bar tab.
Australia's Field Marshal: The leadership of Sir Thomas Blamey
- Date: 11 August 2016 - 30 July 2017
- Venue: Birdwood Avenue
No Australian military commander has ever shouldered more responsibility, nor so divided public opinion, than Sir Thomas Blamey. Detractors describe him as ruthless, self-seeking and egotistical and point to personal scandals, and the damaged careers of the many capable soldiers who stood in his way. Supporters speak of a man who understood, better than any other Australian leader, the wider nature of war - the political implications of action and inaction, the importance of sea and air power, of logistics, intelligence, and troop training. This exhibition will tell his story and let visitors make up their own mind. '… he possessed a mind cultured far above the average, widely informed, alert and prehensile. He had an infinite capacity for taking pains.' General Sir John Monash (1865 – 1931) Commander, Australian Corps '… a sensual, slothful and doubtful moral character but a tough commander likely to shine like a power-light in an emergency. The best of the local bunch.' General Douglas MacArthur (1880 – 1964) Supreme Commander, Southwest Pacific Area '…a slow-thinking churl who hates nothing so much as a soldier' Prime Minister Benjamin Chifley (1885 – 1951)