14 Queens Road, Melbourne Vic 3004
Located on the sophisticated side of Melbourne’s heart, Tyrian sits opposite the Albert Park Lake. With easy access to South Yarra and beach side St Kilda, this premium apartment hotel is positioned to enjoy the best of Melbourne.
Car parking is limited on site at Tyrian Melbourne, subject to availability. Nearby self-parking is also available.
Wilson Parking – 436 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Secure Parking – 474 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Kings Parking Corporate – 452 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Wilson Parking – 5 Queens Lane, Melbourne
Tyrian Melbourne is located within Zone 1 of Melbourne’s public transport system. Trams are conveniently located only meters away from our doorstep, allowing for a quick and convenient way to explore the city’s best attractions, sporting venues and shopping precincts.
We are located 2.7km away from the iconic Flinders Street station. You can either walk, or take a short tram ride along leafy St Kilda Road to Flinders Street station.
Trams located along St Kilda Rd are only meters away from Tyrian Melbourne. The stop at Arthur Street and St Kilda Road will take you on a short leisurely ride along St Kilda Rd into the CBD. Stop 23 will take you to St Kilda beach, Chapel Street, Prahran or as far as Camberwell.
Guests can enjoy a relaxing morning bike ride around Albert Park Lake, or spend an afternoon at the Albert Park Golf Course before finishing with an afternoon picnic in the Royal Botanic Gardens. This premium location also allows for easy access to Melbourne’s world-renowned dining and café culture, as well as the vibrant sport and entertainment precincts. Removed from the bustle of the CBD but still close to everything a guest could need, Tyrian Melbourne offers the best of both worlds.
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is Australia’s oldest and pre-eminent public art museum, hosting blockbuster exhibitions and one of the world’s finest art collections.
The Royal Botanic Gardens are a picturesque haven for recreation and an important resource for education, conservation, science and horticulture.
Summer isn't summer until you've spent a day by the seaside at St Kilda Beach, a short tram ride from the CBD.