It's true. Melbourne is rather cool.
Clanging trams, secret laneways, celebrated street art and a diversity of architecture. No wonder Melbourne has a quiet confidence in its signature eclectic style.
This is the final post on my Melbourne trip - a photographic essay on the joys and delights of this vibrant city.
Flinders Street Station
Melbourne Chinatown gate
Centre Place opposite Degraves Street
Milk crate seating in Centre Place
Street art and posters in the alcove of Centre Lane
Graffitied garbage bins in Centre Lane
Alleyway coffee shops in Centre Lane
Union Lane off Little Collins Street
Street art in Union Lane
Union Lane Street Art Project supported by the City of Melbourne
Union Lane street art
Trams on Elizabeth Street looking toward Flinders Street Station
The former Stock Exchange at 380 Collins Street, Melbourne
(now the ANZ Banking Museum, also known as the Gothic Bank)
Gothic architecture at the former Stock Exchange
< Go back to the first Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2010 post
Related Grab Your Fork posts:
Melbourne - Abbotsford Convent Bakery
Melbourne - Degraves Espresso Bar
Melbourne - Lord of the Fries
Melbourne - Madame Brussels
Melbourne - MoVida Aqui
Melbourne - Red Spice Road
Melbourne - Roule Galette
Melbourne - Sensory Lab
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5/13/2010 12:56:00 a.m.