Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Views Around the City of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - September 2016
Melbourne is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia. The name "Melbourne" refers to an urban agglomeration spanning 9,900 km2 (3,800 sq mi) which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. To read more about Melbourne, click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melbourne .
This film, which was shot over 4 days on an iPhone 6S Plus, features views from various walks and excursions around the city of Melbourne. Within the film the architecture, streets, infrastructure, green spaces, transport, food, places of worship and visitor attractions are all featured.
Within the film are the following identified locations and features in and around the city of Melbourne: Spring Street; Parliament of Victoria; Bourke Street; Hotel Windsor; Adam Lindsay Gordon Statue; Charles George Gordon Statue; Stanford Fountain; MacArthur Street; The Old Treasury Building; George Higinbotham statue; Collins Street; Fitzroy Gardens; Sir William John Clarke statue; The Conservatory; Captain Cook’s Cottage; Fairies Tree; Tudor Model Village; River God Fountain; St. Patrick’s Cathedral; Gisborne Street; Great Petition; Princess Theatre; Pastor Sir Douglas and Lady Gladys Nicholls Memorial; Parliament Gardens; Lonsdale Street; Nicholson Street; Victoria Street; Carlton Gardens; Royal Exhibition Building; Exhibition Fountain; The Royal Society of Victoria; Exhibition Street; Her Majesty’s Theatre; Little Bourke Street; Chinatown; Lion Gate; Dr. Sun Yat Sen statue; Fad Gallery; Corrs Lane; Russell Street; Swanston Street; Brother Baba Budan; Elizabeth Street; Royal Arcade; Little Collins Street; Bourke Street Mall; Three Businessman Who Brought Their Own Lunch; A History of Apparatus; WestPac Building; The Scots Church; St. Michael’s Uniting Church; Grand Hyatt Melbourne; Forum Melbourne; Hosier Lane; Flinders Street; St. Paul’s Cathedral; Flinders Street Station; St. Kilda Road; Federation Square; Australian Centre for the Moving Image; Russell Street Extension; Princes Walk; Yarra River; Princes Bridge; Banana Alley; Queen’s Bridge; Southbank Promenade; Eureka Tower; Eureka Skydeck and views over Melbourne from the 88th floor of Eureka Tower; a ride to Docklands on the City Circle Tram 35; Docklands Drive; Harbour Town; Melbourne Star; Views over Melbourne from the Melbourne Star; Harbour Esplanade; La Trobe Street; Etihad Stadium; Woolshed Pub; and Cow up a Tree.
To see a film of Melbourne Trams, click here: https://youtu.be/UN9iIYG2bcg
To see a film taken on the Melbourne Star, click here: https://youtu.be/iy8fg_ke7rs
To see an aeroplane taxi and take-off from Melbourne Airport, click here: https://youtu.be/p4njRSLhUlc
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