Melbourne City is the capital of the Southeastern state of Victoria. The city is beautiful and safe that it was declared by the ‘Economist Global Liveability Survey year 2011’, as the most livable city in the world, dethroning Vancouver. And it has retained its title for five consecutive years! It’s probably because there’s not much pollution in the city or maybe because they’ve worked hard in preserving their natural resources whilst still keeping up with the urban trend. But, who knows? I can actually name plenty of reasons why it bagged the the coveted title, but I’m afraid it would take so much of your time.
So instead, I will be taking you to some of the beautiful spots we went to last year so you don’t have to google them for your next trip!
View from 88th Floor! Whoa!
Take fun photos like this one! HAHA!
Located in Southbank of Melbourne, Eureka Tower is a 297.3 metre skyscraper towering over the beautiful city of Melbourne! You’ll be taken to the 88th floor observation deck dubbed as the highest point in the southern hemisphere. If you have fear of heights though, better rethink this location as one of your destinations because it’s really, really high!! But if you would love to check out how Melbourne would look like from above, then go for it!
Werribee State Garden
With my constant travel buddy my Mother❤️
With over 5000 roses, this place is truly a must-visit attraction in Victoria, especially for people who are into plants/flowers. The place is simply breathtaking with its variety of colors. Located in Werribee, Victoria about 32 km southwest of Melbourne Central Business District. Simply hop on a train to reach this magical place. Truly a sight to see!
State Library of Victoria
Outside the Library
Mom and bro inside the Humongous library!
It’s one of the states’ oldest library and have been standing since 18th century. It holds over 2 million books! Definitely a must see place for book lovers out there!
Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery
Visit the picturesque Yarra valley and indulge in a variety of ice creams. Enjoy free chocolate tastings and others. Head on to Yarra and satisfy your sweet tooth while basking in the amazing view outside!
The 12 Apostles
The name has been significant in Australian tourism for many years now. It’s a collection of lime stacks and attracts lots of tourists due to it’s unique and picture-perfect appearance. It’s located off the shore in Campbell National Park by the Great Ocean Road.
With the Bestie
There are actually tons of places to see in this side of the world that I couldn’t write everything in here. Go see them for yourselves instead! Fly to Oz and get to know more about land down under!