I had no idea that the Luna Park in Coney Island had clones in other parts of the world just as early! This one in Melbourne opened in 1911 and has run ever since. "'Mirrored Amusement' Entrance Sign to Luna Park: Sydney, Australia / photo by Surrealize
The Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne dates back to It is UNESCO listed, and one of the last surviving century exhibition buildings in the world. The first parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia was held in this building in
*AUSTRALIA ~ The Queen Victoria Gardens are Melbourne's memorial to Queen Victoria. Located on hectares acres) opposite the Victorian Arts Centre and National Gallery of Victoria, bounded by St Kilda Road, Alexandra Avenue and Linlithgow Avenue
Peninsula Hot Springs Just 90 miles from Melbourne, the Peninsula Hot Springs is an idyllic setting with over 20 bathing experiences. The natural thermal waters flow from an underground aquifer 637 meters below ground.