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Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria in Australia. With 4.72 million inhabitants, it is the second largest city on the Australian continent after Sydney.

Yarra River

The most impressive way to get to the city is to take a walk along the Yarra River, or a boat trip. See the pictures of it.

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City walk passages and alleys

In Melbourne's centre you will find arcades from the 19th century as well as small alleys with street art, boutiques and bars.

The walk starts at Flinders Street Station.

  • Flinders Station
  • St Paul's Cathedral
  • Degraves Street
  • Centre Place
  • Block Arcade
  • Hopetoun Tea Rooms
  • Hopetown Tea Rooms
  • Block Arcade
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  • Royal Arcade
  • Melbourne Town Hall
  • Collins Street
  • Scots Church
  • Scots Church
  • St. Michaels Uniting Church
  • Duckboard Place
  • Hosier Lane Street Art

Eureka Tower

The Eureka Tower with the highest observation deck in Australia is 975 feet high and has 92 floors. From the top you have a wonderful view over Melbourne.

  • Eureka Skydeck
  • Cricketstadion, Australian Open, AAMI Stadion
  • Princes Bridge
  • Federation Square
  • Flinders Station and Federation Square
  • View towards the sea
  • Cricketstadion, Australian Open, AAMI Stadion