The city hall in the centre of Melbourne is hard to say that it is the equivalent of our city government and is a spectacular symbol of the political power of a nation
A few months ago, my wife and I were invited to the Melbourne City Hall for a concert. A very good place, very characteristic of the times, although old but very attractive. This institution is amazing. Every Melburnian should be proud of it and should visit it once; I didn't work here, but when I could work here, I felt so surprised.
We only visited it briefly, but this beautiful building occupies a dominant position and attracts you like a magnet. Although we have the opportunity to travel for free, unfortunately I do not have time to participate. The beautiful architecture and craftsmanship are really pleasing to the eye!
One of Melbourne's iconic buildings, with a beautiful appearance, and four animals representing Australia and Victoria can be seen on the pillars and gates. There are posters on the bulletin board at the door, you can come here to hold the "unforgettable wedding"!
celebrating Vesak Day
Melbourne City Hall is located on the east side of the city center. You can pass the huge steps and the style of the pillars by the unique free tram in the city, and the style of the columns looks very majestic. People can often be seen sitting there in a daze on the steps at the entrance. It also has opening hours like most city halls. However, the clock tower and the interior decoration style are still very different from those in Sydney and Brisbane.
Preston_Dominguez: Corner Swanston Street and Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Federation Square,Chinatown Melbourne,Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne,Yarra River,St Paul's Cathedral