Number 12 Taken at 2:27pm- Now part of RMIT the Capitol Theatre was designed by Walter Burley Griffin, the architect who won an international competition to design Canberra. Take a picture of your group outside the Capitol Theatre.
Number 56 Taken at 3:05 pm - Like many CBD buildings the former headquarters of the Herald-Sun newspaper has been converted into apartments. Take a picture of your group reading the Herald-Sun outside the building
Number 10 Taken at 2:51 pm- Before the multiplexes arrived in the 1980s many of Melbourne’s theatres and cinemas were designed in the most extravagant and eye catching styles – The rococo Forum Theatre is a surviving example. Take a picture of your group outside the Forum Theatre.
Number 100 Taken at 2:47pm - ACMI, The Australian Centre for the Moving Image, has displays on everything from movies to computer games. Take a picture of your group playing computer games outside ACMI
Number 7 Taken at 2:44pm - Replacing the Gas and Fuel buildings 10 years ago, which had been justly been labelled an eyesore, Federation Square has divided opinion ever since. Love it or hate it, it has become Melbourne’s main meeting place. Take a picture of your group expressing their views on Federation Square’s design.
Number 50 Taken at 2:41 pm- So many Melbournians were used to meeting under The Clocks at Flinders Street Station that there was an outcry when an attempt was made to replace them with TV screens. Take a picture of your group meeting under the clocks.
Number 78 Taken at 2:35pm - In 1970 the anti-Vietnam War Moratorium saw the largest protest in Melbourne’s history. 100,000 people gathered in the City Square to be addressed by federal politician, later Deputy PM, Dr Jim Cairns. Take a picture of your group protesting against war in the City Square.