Sydney trip was 3 day after we arrived Melbourne, first place to visit was St Patrick’s Cathedral, it is the second oldest church in the world. Gothic Revival style of architecture which is the tallest church in Australia. Then we spend most time seeking for souvenirs at the Queen Victoria Market, a major landmark in Melbourne.
Cook's cottage is an interesting place to visit, here serves as a memorial to the first Western man who discovered the east coast of Australia, Captain James Cook.
This is a great place to create wedding photo memories, The Conservatory Fitzroy Gardens. For those who love flowers you could never be disappointed because the plant displays here is stunning.
The Parliament House of Victoria in Melbourne is one of the city's best known landmark, it is a beautiful building that has been well maintained.
5 star Windsor hotel, also one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city, it is set across from the Parliament building.
Australia’s Grand Hotel, taking you back into the bygone years.
We here at Chinese restaurant for lunch, surprisingly quite a lot ah mo here, full house.
We eat dim sum here, not that good actually, I suppose it crowded because dim sum is bare here.
Afternoon we visit Queen Victoria market, it is a large open-air market where you can buy anything like shoes, belt and foods, is like our pasar malam here at KL.
Various design of Boomerangs for you to choose here, and I got one for myself. Some throwing technique is require for throwing and catching else it will end be throwing and losing.
For liqueur and wine lovers.
Any of your favorite frame here?
Visit one of the pets house here, saw the board is full of photos, I think is the owner and the dog they sold here.
Outside to the fresh fruit and vegetables section.
Dog in the trolley.
Love to snap dog pictures, especially the dog I never seen before.
Take a tour of Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne, in memory of soldiers fighting in the world war II.
No running, no skateboard, no dogging, no cycling here at Shrine of Remembrance.
Bicycle to rent if you want a short trip around the Melbourne city.