Category Archives: Australia

Melbourne Central – One stop shopping, dining & entertainment complex

If you like your shopping under the one roof, make Melbourne Central your first port of call. Melbourne Central is easily accessed via the city loop station beneath it, or the many trams in Swanston Street. It is on the free … Continue reading

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Federation Square – Unique cultural precinct in the heart of Melbourne

Since opening in 2002, more than 100 millions visitors had mark it as must visited place in Melbourne. It recently also been named the 6th Best Public Square of the World in a list of 10 international icons including Naghsh-e Jahaan Square … Continue reading

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Dae Jang Geum Korean BBQ – Eating Korean in Melburone

This is the 3rd day we were in town. After venturing Western cuisine (Greek food –  Stalactites, fish & chip, burgers – Grill D), it is time to try some Asia cuisine in Melbourne. Then we decided for Korean BBQ … Continue reading

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Princes Bridge – Walk across like a Melbournians

Princes Bridge is marvelous by itself. A historical bridge was built in 1888 and it can lead you to the iconic Federal Square and Flinders Street Railway Station at north bank and also National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Royal Botanic … Continue reading

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Flinders Street Railway Station – Meet me under the clocks

Flinders Street railway station is Australia’s oldest train station. It is Melbourne city icon with its distinctive yellow facade and green copper dome. Before Federation Square took the honours, Flinders Street Station was Melbourne’s favourite meeting place, hence the catchphrase ‘meet … Continue reading

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Queen Victoria Market – Kitchen for every Melbournians

The Queen Victoria Market is a major landmark in Melbourne, Australia, and at around seven hectares (17 acres) is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. The first shop we went – Market Lane Coffee. The coffee taste is sophisticated and keeps you … Continue reading

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Rochford Wines – Established in year 1997

We followed local trip to visit Rochford Wines after our ride from Puffing Billy.  Rochford Wines is a family owned business & established in year 1997. It is a must visit destination in the picturesque Yarra Valley. The vineyard and … Continue reading

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Puffing Billy – The world oldest surviving steam railway

Puffing Billy is the world oldest surviving steam railway and it is also one of the finest preserved steam railways in the world. This century old steam train is still running on its original 25 kilometre mountain track from Belgrave … Continue reading

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Shrine of Remembrance – A building with a soul

The Shrine of Remembrance located in Kings Domain on St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, is one of Melbourne’s most iconic landmark, honouring  the service and sacrifice of Australian men  & women who served in armed combat and peacekeeping operation during the … Continue reading

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Koko Black – Sumptuous cafe & Chocolate shop

Sometimes it really luscious to go and spoil oneself at places like Koko Black, a sumptuous cafe and chocolate shop. This location is nested inside the Royal Arcade with a decent amount of seats. They sell chocolate by the piece … Continue reading

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