Very close to the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Every year when the Australian Open starts, the huge screen here will broadcast the game live, and the lawn in the park is full of people
The park is too big, only a small part is walked. It's a complete tour. It is worth a visit, the air is fresh, the scenery is beautiful, and the consumption is very economical
Today is finally sunny, and the weather is starting to heat up. This Super Saturday, the crowds in Melbourne Park are really too crowded... After a long sleep, I was ready to return after a long meal.
Actually, I was very happy and satisfied to see the game where both my cow and my Sha won yesterday... Zhang Shuai regretted losing to Xiao Baicai at noon, but there is still a big chance in the doubles with Sister Snake. Keep going!
Still looking forward to visiting Australian Open next year! Good luck!
Because I’m a tennis fan, I must come to Melbourne to check in at Melbourne Park, but it’s really quiet during the Australian Open. Several stadiums are under construction, so I can only stroll around. The greenery in Melbourne is very good, and the weather in Melbourne is also very good. Unpredictable, the temperature of 37 degrees that day was almost heat stroke.
The training ground in Melbourne Park, at noon, when Rod Laver arrived, he had no choice but to go to the training ground to stroll around. When there was no competition, there were a lot of venues vacant here. Seeing two venue coaches taking a few students to practice under the big sun, I have the urge to go up and try [smirk]
Every January, it is the focus of the world due to the Australian Open.
As Melbourne's largest sports center-the cricket court and the venue for the world-class tennis slam Australian Open, its solid status gives this piece of green space through the southeast corner of the city an important position. In addition, this is also a great perspective to enjoy the views of Melbourne city (especially the high-rise buildings in the south).
Preston_Dominguez: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Federation Square,Chinatown Melbourne,Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne,Yarra River,St Paul's Cathedral