Melbourne, Australia, A City Of Incredible Architecture And Street Art

Melbourne, Australia is a city of incredible and beautiful architecture, sculptures, and street art, unlike any other city in the world.

During my stay in Australia I mainly stayed around Melbourne and the Yarra Valley Both are extremely different from one another, a massive modern city and beautiful rolling countryside full of wineries.


Melbourne had some of the most amazing architecture I had ever seen. They also had public art everywhere I went, even over highways. It was such a fun and cool place with endless possibilities. I also visited several nearby places like St. Kilda Beach, Carnegie, and Port Phillip Bay where I spent New Year’s Eve on a boat dock.

The Sound Tunnel aka The Ribcage Bridge
Melbourne Skyline, Australia
Flinders Street Railway Station
Federation Square
Federation Square, Melbourne
St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne
St Paul’s Cathedral Interior
Ophelia Sculpture by Deborah Halpern
Ophelia Sculpture by Deborah Halpern
Westgate freeway portal arch, Melbourne
An old church covered with vines in Melbourne, Australia
Hosier Lane Graffiti in Melbourne
Joker Graffiti on Hosier Lane, Melbourne
Graffiti On Hosier Lane, Melbourne
Graffiti On Hosier Lane
Yarra Trams Safety Poster, Rhino On a Skateboard. Look. Listen.

New Year’s Eve in Port Phillip Bay

This was an incredible fireworks show. There were going off in every direction, we were completely surrounded by them and the beautiful city of Melbourne.

Bolte Bridge on New Years Eve
Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne on New Years Eve
Fire works over Bolte Bridge in Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne

St. Kilda Beach

St Kilda Beach, Australia
St Kilda Beach, Australia


Carnegie is suburb of Melbourne where I was staying with my friends.

A candy store
The Bush Butcher? Lol

Sydney Opera House

On my way out of Australia I had a full day layover in Sydney, so I took that time to go visit the famous Sydney Opera House and check out downtown. It turned out to be a very cloudy and a little rainy day but I was still able to visit the iconic opera house and get a few photos of it.

Sydney Opera House

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