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The 80 m tall Clifton Hill Shot Tower stands out in the skyline, resembling a soaring red chimney.
The 80 m tall Clifton Hill Shot Tower stands out in the skyline, resembling a soaring red chimney. It was used for the production of lead shot from 1882 to 1947.
Victoria Park is a sports arena with an oval field which hosts football and cricket matches
The Edinburgh Gardens in North Fitzroy date back to 1862, and have historical features such as a stone drinking fountain, period park light fittings, a rotunda and war memorial
The Yarra Bend Park sprawls over 642 acres of natural bushland along the Yarra River and Merri Creek in inner Melbourne
Bridge Road is a major shopping street in Melbourne lined with fashion boutiques and retail outlets of all ranges
Central Hall, formerly known as Cathedral Hall, is the main building of Australian Catholic University's St
Housed in a Post-Modern building designed by Denton Corker Marshall Architects in Carlton Gardens, the Melbourne Museum explores Australian social history, indigenous cultures, science and natural history
Located in the old head office of the Melbourne Fire Brigade, the Fire Services Museum of Victoria showcases Australia's largest collection of fire-fighting memorabilia, comprising over 10,000 fire-related artifacts including fire-fighting vehicles, fire appliances, helmets, uniforms, badges, models, personnel histories, old memorabilia and photographs