Melbourne Photos

Have a look at some of the Melbourne photos I took while carrying out research for this website.

Federation Square busker A Federation Square busker being watched on Australia Day.
Government House Australia Day at Government House with costumed bicycle riders.
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art A contemporary building for the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
The Shrine of Remembrance A close up view of the Shrine of Remembrance.
Scots Church A view of Scots Church, Collins Street.
Fitzroy Gardens Conservatory Sue, my guide at the lovely Fitzroy Gardens.

The Conservatory contains gorgeous flower displays which are changed 5 times a year.

Shrine of Remembrance The eternal flame at The Shrine of Remembrance.
333 Collins Street Amazing pre 1900 boomtime Melbourne architecture at 333 Collins Street.

This building was almost demolished in the 1970's to make way for 'progress'.

The Dragon Slide in Fitzroy Gardens Are your kids brave enough to slide down this dragon in Fitzroy Gardens?!
333 Collins Street An attractive passageway of lights at 333 Collins Street, Melbourne.
University of Melbourne Campus Wander around the University of Melbourne campus and have a look at the variety of buildings and 23 art exhibits.
St Pauls Cathedral This cathedral is worth a look inside for it's very attractive stonework.
The Travellers This couple are part of a moving artwork on a bridge across the Yarra River behind Flinders Street railway station.
Windsor Hotel The Windsor Hotel is Australia's only surviving grand 19th Century City Hotel. Take a look at the ballroom.
Prahran Market Melbourne A lovely market with the bonus of activities available for the kids.
Myers Christmas Window Display Have a look at the Myer Bourke Street store's famous Christmas window display.

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