Possibly Melbourne’s most beautiful building, located in the middle of the gorgeous Carlton Gardens.
I’ve photographed it on a Spring day – it looks beautiful white and photographed it on a fine Winter afternoon – it was glowing gold.
Australia being the new settlement country has very few buildings which can boast of being part of the world heritage. And yet, in the heart of Melbourne city, there is this 140 years old building, which in 2004 founds its way into UNESCO World Heritage list. It has a brilliant exterior adorned by an iconic fountain. The Carlton gardens surrounding it are beautiful to spend an afternoon. … More The Royal Exhibition Building – Melbourne
One of the big draw cards for us in Melbourne is the ability to travel, in the space of a day, between the sites of the, city, the bay, and of course the mountains. The Dandenong Ranges are the closest mountain ranges to Melbourne. The Dandenong Ranges are only 30 min drive from the city, … More Our Visit to Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden
The tulips were in full bloom and what amazing sight. This place reminds you of a place from Holland. They claim to have one million bulbs and likely there were. … More Tesselaar Tulip Festival
When ever we go back to a festival which we have attended in the past. We tend to make a perception of the event in same way as we have seen in the past. What truly used to be magnificent festival! White Night Melbourne has always been organised and visually spectacular event. Huge crowds were well behaved and the streetscapes were alive with active lighting projections covering all the colours of the rainbow. … More White Night – Melbourne