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Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets

 
[Free Tour]     03 Jun 2018
Melbourne, this city I have a special fate, every time I come here, you can leave behind the troubles and trifles, life is only food and drink and play. The scattered photos in the photo albums have accumulated a lot over the years, and I put them in order to duplicate the bits and pieces of those eye records.

Melbourne, this city I have a special fate, every time I come here, you can leave behind the troubles and trifles, life is only food and drink and play. The scattered photos in the photo albums have accumulated a lot over the years, and I put them in order to duplicate the bits and pieces of those eye records.


(Yarra River), Flinders Street Station, Yala, (Flinders Street Railway Station)

Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets
Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets

Go along the Flingders street station along the Yala River to the crown Casino, and if you encounter a cloud of fire, the road is the most beautiful place to observe, with colorful clouds with either ancient or modern buildings, like a magic net covering the city.

Address: Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Web site: http://ptv.vic.gov.au


Prince's Wharf site, (Princess Pier)

Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets
Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets

The Prince's Wharf site, in memory of the once busy port, was preserved by goverment when the wharf was built in 1912. Historical stump, flowing light and light, intoxicating sunset, make it a great place to shoot a large film of scenery, and a wonderful place to enjoy the sunset in the city of Melbourne.

Address: 2 Pier Street. Port Melbourne VIC 3207

Way of arrival: tram: No.109 (to Port Melbourne) from Collins Street (luxury one street), get off at the terminus


Eurekata 88th floor viewing platform (Eureka Skydeck 88)

Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets
Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets
Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets

The Eureka (Eureka) 88-storey viewing platform, standing close to 300 meters high and enjoying the sunset, gives a full view of Melbourne's 360-degree view.

Address: Riverside Quay,Southbank 3006

Ticket: 8 Australian dollars minimum

Opening hours: 10am-10pm


Dande Nong high point, (SkyHigh Mount Dandenong)

Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets
Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets

Located at the highest point of Mount Dandenong, the Skyhigh viewing platform is the best place to overlook Grand Melbourne. Dandenong Mountain is 48 kilometers away from the city center of Melbourne and takes about an hour to drive. Although there are buses to go, but the frequency of flights is not long, it is suggested that you drive to the city center for more than half a day.Dandenong Mountain is about 48 kilometers away from the center of Melbourne, and it takes about an hour to drive.

Address: 26 Observatory Rd,Mount Dandenong 3767 VIC

Open hours: 09 / 22 / 00


Brighton Beach, (Brighton Beach).

Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets
Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets

Brighton beach (Brighton Beach, half an hour's drive from downtown Melbourne, is not only a good place to enjoy sunset, but also overlook downtown Melbourne. More than 80 colorful huts on the beach (bathing box), make it a unique and dreamy landscape.

Address: 4 Esplanade Brighton, South Australia 3186

Traffic: train: take the train from Flinders Station to Sandringham and get off to Brighton Beach Station.

Bus: bus No. 600923 at St.kilda Beach


Ocean Road (Great Ocean Road)

Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets
Melbourne's six must-not-miss sunsets

Ocean Road is more than 100 kilometers from Melbourne, 250 kilometers in length of a coastal road, very suitable for self-driving, the scenery is infinite, Melbourne has four distinct seasons, even if I went five or six times, because of different seasons, will not be aesthetic fatigue. The ocean road can be introduced by writing an article on sunset, which recommends the most beautiful place on the ocean road to see the sunset-Gibson steps. The Gibson ladder, a 2-minute drive away from the famous 12 disciples, suggests that you come here to see the sunset when planning a trip to Oceanic Road.

Address: The Twelve Apostles

Traffic: self-driving.


I've been chasing the sunset,

To capture the beauty of every evening,

Like what we've been through,

Every moment is worth remembering,

Because light and shadow change the landscape all the time,

Because it won't appear again, even in the same place.

——END——


I used to travel from 9 to 5 days. Photography writing is just a hobby. I hope I have a good and clear track of life when I get old. However, not deliberate life, but one step at a time, love into the day-to-day.

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