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The white and red Charles Grimes Bridge is a twin-road bridge that carries the Docklands Highway over the Yarra River.
The white and red Charles Grimes Bridge is a twin-road bridge that carries the Docklands Highway over the Yarra River. Surveyor General Charles Grimes was the first European to see the Yarra River, and the bridge is named after him.
Yarra River, Australia
Southbank is the area on the south bank of the Yarra River in Melbourne, stretching 1
The Melbourne Maritime Museum, now known as Polly Woodside, is focused on the eponymous Barque, a restored cargo vessel dating back to 1885 which is moored in an original wooden-walled dry dock
The Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium on the banks of the Yarra River that is home to over 10,000 animals
The 251 metre tall Rialto Towers in Melbourne is the second-tallest reinforced concrete building and the tallest office building in the Southern Hemisphere
The Bolte Bridge is a large twin Cantilever bridge connecting the west of Melbourne's central business district to the Docklands precinct across the Yarra River and Victoria Harbour
Housed in the basement of the ANZ Gothic Bank on Collins Street, the ANZ Banking Museum explores Australia's banking heritage from the time of the Indigenous Australians and their trade with European settlers