I am sharing again, some photos from Melbourne. This was our 2nd weekend. It was really hot that day but who cares. we only got few weekends to enjoy Melbourne.
Shrine of Remembrance
The Shrine of Remembrance is a Melbourne icon and Victoria’s premier memorial to those who have served the nation in armed conflicts and peacekeeping operations. Dedicated in 1934 to commemorate First World War veterans, the Shrine features additional monuments, such as the Second World War Memorial and other monuments around the reserve.
Royal Botanical Garden
The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne has been a treasured part of Melbourne’s cultural life for over 160 years. Extending over 38 hectares, the gardens house an amazingly diverse collection of over 10,000 species of plants from around the world, including rare and threatened species.
Luna Park, Melbourne
Luna Park has excited and delighted Melbourne families for generations.
Walk through the jaws of the Laughing Clown at the entrance of Luna Park Melbourne and you enter an amusement park which offers fun for every member of the family. Melbourne’s Luna Park has been open since 1912. The amusement park continues to draw large crowds and is extremely popular with all age groups. Anyone looking for a bit of fun will find something to put a smile on their face at Luna Park.
St. Kilda’s Beach
This dog seem to enjoy the beach
St Kilda is a bayside suburb. It is located on one of the more picturesque points of the Bay, just a short distance from the city. It has clean safe sandy beaches. St Kilda is a remarkable place which is a favourite for visitors to Melbourne Australia and locals alike.
of course to end the day, we did it with a jump!