Visiting Victoria

If you are a tourist visiting Melbourne this is the perfect post for you. Here I will list famous tourist attractions and I hope you enjoy them.

  1. Royal Botanic gardens is a beautiful and calming place
  2. Queen Victoria markets is a set of  goergoeus markets with the cutets gift from soap to plants
  3. National Gallery i
  4. MCG is a famous sports ground
  5. Melbourne aquarium is amazing and shows amazing
  6. Puffing Billy has beautiful scenery and is perfect for the family
  7. Melbourne zoo has a wonderful display of once ina lifetime see animals
  8. The rememberence shrine makes us remember the sacrafices people made for us
  9. Healsville Sanctuary shows animals in their environment
  10. Melbourne Star gives views of the city that has never been seen before
  11. Royal exhibition Building
  12. Science Works is a exciting place and great kids
  13. Eureka Tower is and amazing place and is one of the highest places in australia
  14. Melbourne Museum is a historical place
  15. St. Kilda Beach is beautiful and a great place to hang out
  16. Parliament house is must see site

3 thoughts on “Visiting Victoria

  1. G’day Jasmine,
    My name is Rian Prestwich and I am a uni student who will be checking in on your student blogging challenge and inviting you to a conversation. Feel free to reply and ask me questions if you’d like.

    I really enjoyed your list of tourist attractions in Victoria, it is very comprehensive. How many places have you been to on this list? Which one is your favourite? Mine would have to be Fitzroy Gardens, which isn’t on your list, but it is very close to my University and I enjoy having my lunch there when I can.

    Best of luck with your next student blogging challenge, make sure you check back in regularly!
    – Rian

    You can view my blogs here:
    http://rprestwich.blogspot.com.au/

  2. Thanks for the comment. Sorry I did not put Fitzroy Gardens on there. I think my fave would be
    Science works.

  3. Hi Jasmine,
    What a great list, it sums up most of the places I can think of.
    Recently I also found an amazing walking track near Brighton. It goes along the water edge and has views across the bay and to the city skyline.

    Mrs C

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